This is an example of a classic Country/Honky Tonk tool: put out a tune with a controversial title that ends up having a trick effect to it. That's primarily where our band chooses the title to our tunes as well. Get people to pay attention to the title and use that to draw them into the song itself because they're curious as to what the song will be about.
By the way, Norma Jean has some great tunes out there, but the best we've found is her singing on the live album, Porter Wagoner In Person. Although she's only on a couple tracks of that album, it's great. Overall, that whole album is great. It's only available on vinyl (that we've found), but worth the search. But don't pay crazy amounts of money for it. You can usually hunt down a cheap copy of it if you search around.