Dolly Parton Delivers Nothing But Praise For Beyoncé’s ‘Jolene’ Cover

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Dolly Parton Delivers Nothing: Dolly Parton expresses her praise for Beyoncé’s version of “Jolene,” demonstrating her admiration for Queen Bey’s rendering of the timeless song. The version by Beyoncé, which is on her most recent album “Cowboy Carter,” was enough to make Parton take to Instagram and share her thoughts.

Parton posted an emotional message saying, “Wow, I just heard Jolene,” with a heart emoji. That girl is getting what she deserves from Beyoncé. With all my love, Dolly P.” This kind act furthers the excitement surrounding Beyoncé’s performance, which is not surprising given the hint of anticipation Parton dropped in a previous interview with the Knoxville News Sentinel in Tennessee.

With her creative genius on full display, Beyoncé reworks the words of “Jolene” to her own song. She gives the song her unique spin by incorporating her own style. “Jolene, I am aware that I am a queen,” and similar lines. While retaining the track’s spirit, the lyrics “I’m still a Creole banjee bitch from Louisianne (Don’t try me)” bring a different viewpoint.

The extent to which Parton is involved with “Cowboy Carter” goes beyond just admiration; she, along with country music greats Linda Martell and Willie Nelson, contributes to the interludes. One interlude, “Dolly P.,” has Parton making a humorous allusion to “Sorry” by Beyoncé from her album “Lemonade,” thereby establishing a connection between the two musicians.

According to Spotify, “Cowboy Carter” became the most-streamed album of all time in a single day, which is a testament to the album’s success. Working with country music icons like Dolly Parton further proves that Beyoncé is a multi-talented musician with broad appeal and ability.

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