What Would Dolly Do?

Album: Some Lessons Learned (2011)
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  • Dolly Parton was the actress and singer Kristin Chenoweth's childhood hero, and this song from her fourth album, Lessons Learned, is a tribute to the Country icon. Chenoweth penned the song with the album's producer, the Canadian Music Hall of Fame entree, Bob Ezrin, along with Bon Jovi collaborator Desmond Child. Chenoweth also covers Dolly Parton's "Change" on the album.
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