These Boots Are Made For the Dukes of Hazzard

I recently stumbled across Jessica Simpson's mutilated version of Nancy Sinatra/Lee Hazelwood's "These Boots Are Made For Walkin'" which she recorded as a "duet" with Willie Nelson for the soundtrack to the recent blockbuster knockoff of the Dukes of Hazzard, starring Johnny Knoxville and that dude from Dude! Where's My Car (No, not Ashton, it was that other dude, you know, the dude with the hot mom). From Songfacts:

Jessica Simpson and Willie Nelson did a duet on this song for the soundtrack of the 2005 movie The Dukes Of Hazzard. Their version was produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis with some additional lyrics written by Simpson. Nelson played Uncle Jessie in the movie and Simpson played Daisy Duke. In the video, a brawl breaks out at The Boar's Nest but it turns into a hoedown when a bunch of girls come in wearing daisy duke shorts.

A ho-down, indeed. Inspired by the vomit I puked on my keyboard after hearing Simpson ask "Can I get a sooie? Can I get a yeehaw?" during the song's close, I set out to compile a mashup of various covers of the song, including Simpson's take, but sadly lacking the Megadeth version. So here is the completed collage, which contains versions from the following:

Nancy Sinatra
Jessica Simpson
Billy Ray Cyrus
The Artwoods
Patsy Cline
Shania Twain "Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under"
Jim Carrey "Dumb and Dumber"

Hopefully, it's at least better than Simpson's garbage, which she should be ashamed of. But then again, she doesn't really get embarrassed by much.