Before Dolly's version even hit the radio, Hee Haw
regular Zella Lehr released a cover version that went to #7 on the Country chart. In the meantime, Dolly achieved her pop breakthrough with the album's lead single, "Here You Come Again
," and, not wanting to compete with Lehr's countrified take, she re-recorded "Two Doors Down" with a disco-pop feel. It peaked at #19 on the Hot 100 and notched a #12 entry on the Adult Contemporary chart. The new version also replaced the original on subsequent pressings of the album.