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Dolly Parton Praises Beyoncé’s Cover Of Her Iconic Song, Jolene

"Wow, I just heard Jolene. Beyoncé is giving that girl some trouble, and she deserves it! Love, Dolly P,"

In a delightful show of admiration, Dolly Parton took to Instagram to express her love for Beyoncé’s cover of her iconic song, Jolene. Queen Bey delivered her rendition of the classic track on her latest album, Cowboy Carter, leaving Parton thoroughly impressed.

“Wow, I just heard Jolene. Beyoncé is giving that girl some trouble, and she deserves it! Love, Dolly P,” wrote Parton in a sweet Instagram post, accompanied by a heart emoji.

This collaboration between the country legend and the queen of pop had been eagerly anticipated. During an interview with Tennessee’s Knoxville News Sentinel, Parton had previously hinted at Beyoncé’s cover, expressing her excitement about the album.

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Beyoncé’s version of Jolene features some changes to the original lyrics, adding her own unique flair and style to the song.

With lines like “Jolene, Jolene, Jolene, Jolene, I’m warnin’ you, woman, find your own man” and “Jolene, I know I’m a queen, Jolene. I’m still a creole banjee bitch from Louisianne (don’t try me),” she effortlessly makes the song her own.

The Queen Bey even goes on to sing about how there are “thousand girls in every room” who act as desperate as Jolene before playfully calling her a bird and asking her to “sing” a tune.

Parton’s contribution to Cowboy Carter doesn’t stop at Jolene. The country icon also joined forces with fellow legends Linda Martell and Willie Nelson to create interludes for the album.

In one of the interludes titled “Dolly P.,” Parton playfully addresses Beyoncé, referencing her song “Sorry” from the album Lemonade. She humorously says, “Hey, Miss Honeybee, it’s Dolly P. You know that hussy with the good hair you sing about?


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Reminded me of someone I knew back when, except she has flaming locks of auburn hair. Bless her heart. Just a hair of a different colour, but it hurts just the same.”

Cowboy Carter has already made waves in the music industry, breaking records and solidifying its place in history.

Spotify announced that the album became the most-streamed album in a single day this year, further cementing Beyoncé’s status as a trailblazing artist.

With Dolly Parton’s heartfelt praise and the overwhelming response from fans, it’s clear that Beyoncé’s Jolene cover has struck a chord with listeners worldwide.

The collaboration between these two powerhouse artists has undoubtedly created something extraordinary, leaving fans eagerly awaiting what they will conquer next.

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