„She was my closest friend. She was the one person, other than my husband, I could turn to in a crisis. There was a lot of resentment when I first came to town. But Patsy was strong-willed and always taking up for me. If it hadn't been for her, I don't think I would have lasted.“

—  Loretta Lynn, Country Weekly staff writer (2002). "Loretta Lynn" http://www.countryweekly.com/stories/stats/37299 CountryWeekly.com (accessded June 9, 2006) On Patsy Cline
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