As Super Bowl LV looms nearer, the ads start pouring in. As per tradition, the advertisement campaign pulled out all the stops recruiting major talent to sell feel-good merchandise that\u2019s right at home for the big game. This year, camaraderie is more important than ever and, keeping her pulse on the time, Dolly Parton adjusted her classic anthem into \u201c5 to 9\u201d to reflect the present day. The original \u201c9 to 5\u201d lyrics echoed the hustle and bustle of everyday life. However, back then, the hours of 9 am to 5 pm sufficed for a paycheck. As part of what\u2019s sure to be a theme of togetherness and endurance through the pandemic, the song bears a new title for new working hours: 5 am to 9 pm. Singing the anthem of a generation Dolly Parton's song 9 to 5 pays homage to multiple themes and sources, including the film of the same name \/ Everett Collection Naming Dolly Parton\u2019s most famous tune can be quite the feat. The song \u201cJolene\u201d continues to receive reverence to this day. But one that spawned a lot of worship in different forms remains \u201c9 to 5.\u201d This song debuted in time for the 1980 comedy that shares its name. Meanwhile, its album, 9 to 5 and Odd Jobs further emphasized the theme of its lyrics. RELATED: John Travolta And His Daughter Do Iconic \u2018Grease\u2019 Dance Together In New Super Bowl Ad Song and movie alike get their name from the organization 9to5, which was dedicated to fighting for equal workplace rights for women. Similarly, the movie indulges in a fantasy shared by three underappreciated women who get even with their boss who\u2019s the full package: sexist, lying, hypocritical, bigoted, and vain. Parton\u2019s song doesn\u2019t quite depict this, but it outlines the typical life of a working American who rises each day for another work routine, chasing recognition that seems beyond reach. In the \u201880s, a workday often occurred from 8 am to 4 pm or 9 am to 5 pm, hence the title. Today, things are a bit different and Parton's new song reflects that. Set the alarm for a 9 to 5 day The country singer adjusted the lyrics - and hours - to 5 to 9 \/ Everett Collection The coronavirus pandemic devastated much of the economy as businesses - small and moderate - had to shut more doors, layoff more employees, and lose more inventory. People had to find ways to work from home or not work at all. As a result, a typical eight-hour workday feels like it won\u2019t suffice to catch up. Enter the 2021 version of Parton\u2019s breakthrough song: \u201c5 to 9,\u201d with new working hours. The song, which debus on the upcoming Super Bowl in mid-February, represents a big collaboration between Parton and SquareSpace, a website allowing users to build their skills and platform on just about any topic. The company\u2019s statement reads: \u201c\u20195 to 9\u2019 is a siren call for the hustle economy and a belief in the possibility that every idea can have a life of its own. The theatrical world of \u201c5 to 9\u201d created in the spot is meant to act as a catalyst to encourage people to take their side hustle full-time, and making it a reality starts with a website.\u201d Damien Chazelle, who\u2019s already won an Academy Award, directs the ad featuring dance moves choreographed by Tony Award-winner Justin Peck. For those with passion in their hearts, the ad urges them to use their available hours to indulge in hobbies that make their hearts sing. And maybe they can sing this new \u201c5 to 9\u201d while they do it.