I am giving Tammy a free pass on this review. In reality, "Stand By Your Man" is a highly "sanitized" version of what must have been a fascinating life. "D-I-V-O-R-C-E" should be her signature song but again, I'll give Tammy a pass. The reader will have to give credit where credit is due. This woman fought her way up from poverty in Mississippi,a loser of a first husband, took herself and her babies to Nashville, made herself a star and kept herself a star despite unhappy marriages (5?) and all sorts of health problems, which received less publicity than her marital woes. (Did George Jones really drive his lawn mower into town that night to get more booze? That was after Tammy hid all his car keys!) Maybe Tammy, after all she went through, is entitled to one little sanitized autobiography.