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Al Shade / Jean Romaine - Dolly Parton, You're A Lady And We Love You Best Of All mp3 album

Al Shade / Jean Romaine - Dolly Parton, You're A Lady And We Love You Best Of All mp3 album
  • Performer: Al Shade
  • Title: Dolly Parton, You're A Lady And We Love You Best Of All
  • Genre: World & Country
  • Date of release: 1982
  • Music style: Country
  • MP3 size: 1741 mb
  • FLAC size 1837 mb

Dolly Parton I Will Always Love You. 2:54. Rosita, Dolly Parton I Will Always Love You Live. Dolly Parton I Will Always Love You. 2:55. Whitney Houston I Will Always Love You Film Version. Vince Gill, Dolly Parton I Will Always Love You. 3:17. 3:19. 3:36. 3:05. 2:53. 3:04. Dolly Parton I Will Always Love You (Live at the Botto. :20. Dolly Parton You Are/I Will Always Love You (Reprise. :02.

Parton is the most honored female country performer of all time. She has 41 career top-10 country albums, a record for any artist, and she has 110 career charted singles over the past 40 years. She has garnered nine Grammy Awards, two Academy Award nominations, ten Country Music Association Awards, seven Academy of Country Music Awards, three American Music Awards, and is one of only seven female artists to win the Country Music Association's Entertainer of the Year Award. Parton has received 47 Grammy nominations. In 1999, Parton was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame. You could have your choice of men But I could never love again Hes the only one for me, jolene. I had to have this talk with you My happiness depends on you And whatever you decide to do, jolene.

Jolene is the thirteenth solo studio album by Dolly Parton. It was released on February 4, 1974, by RCA Victor. The title track, "Jolene", tells the tale of a housewife confronting a beautiful seductress who she believes is having an affair with her husband. It became Parton's second solo number-one country single; it also was a moderate pop hit for her, and also did well in the United Kingdom.

Parton insisted upon adding a steel guitar to the final mix, spurring producer Gary Klein to hire the renowned Al Perkins for the additional instrumentals. The song saw success in both formats, clinching the spot on the Billboard Hot Country charts for five weeks and climbing to on the Hot 100. 5. Coat Of Many Colors (from Coat Of Many Colors, 1971). Jolene isn’t just the best Dolly Parton song of all time - it’s one of the most beloved and influential songs of the last century. With covers that span from the dark, rock-heavy rendition that often showed up in the White Stripes live sets to Parton’s Goddaughter Miley Cyrus’ barn-burning backyard version, singers across generations have taken hold of lyrically simple song and made it their own.

We're here to rank the best love songs ever penned in history. Keep reading for a look at the greatest love songs of all time. It indicates an expandable section or menu, or sometimes previous, next navigation options. Listen to "When You Say Nothing At All" here. Crazy in Love" remains one of the best pop songs of all time, iconic in both its beat and the unforgettable music video that went along with it. As Beyoncé continues dominating the world as the goddess of the arts, it's hard to pick just one of her best hits but this has to be the contender for greatest love song.

Dolly Parton - I will always love you. Free download of Dolly Parton songs . Here You Come Again. Here you come again Just when I’m about to make it work without you You look into my eyes and lie those pretty lies And pretty soon I’m wond’rin how I came to doubt you. Here You Come Again topped the . country singles chart for 5 weeks, and won the 1979 Grammy award for Best Female Country Vocal Performance. It also reached N. on the . Billboard Hot 100 and N. Billboard Hot Country Singles. The song peaked at N. country singles charts and N. 5 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks. There is no doubt that this Dolly Parton song’s lyrics were meaningful.

Best of Dolly Parton was a 1975 compilation album of Dolly Parton's early 1970s work that has long been regarded by critics as the definitive representation of Parton's most influential period. The album reached 5 on the . country albums chart, and contained the title tracks to the previous six Parton albums, as well as the tracks "I Will Always Love You" and "Travelin' Man".

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Dolly Parton, You're A Lady
Written-By – Al Shade
A2 I'd Rather Have What We Had
Written-By – Bobby Braddock
A3 I'm Gonna Leave You
Written-By – Faron Shade
A4 Everybody's Somebody's Fool 2:44
A5 Why Don't You Spend The Night
Written-By – Bob McDill
B1 Potter County, You're A Lady
Written-By – Al Shade
B2 Swiss Moonlight Yodel
Written-By – Dolph Hewitt*
B3 That's My Wife
Written-By – Faron Shade
B4 Crying My Heart Over You
Written By – TakenWritten-By – Butler*, Stacey*, Certain*, Wilkin*
B5 Just One Step From Jesus
Written-By – Faron Shade
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