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Dolly Parton Has Lessons For The Young And Old On New Album of Children's Songs

The album, titled I Believe In You, has Parton revisiting one classic and delivering several new ones, like "Makin' Fun Ain't Funny."
Extract from the cover of I Believe In You, Dolly Parton's upcoming album of original children's songs. Source: Courtesy of Sony Music

"Back through the years / I go wonderin' once again / Back to the seasons of my youth," sings in the opening of "Coat Of Many Colors," the country legend's favorite song of her own, which, "lets people know that we're supposed to love one another for who and what we are, and to celebrate our differences, because we shouldn't all be the same."

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