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Dolly Parton singles discography

The singles discography of American singer-songwriter Dolly Parton includes over 100 singles and spans seven decades. Parton has released 151 singles as a lead artist, 37 as a featured artist and 11 promotional singles. Parton has also had three charted B-sides and has released 63 music videos.

Dolly Parton singles discography
Dolly Parton accepting Liseberg Applause Award 2010 portrait.jpg
Parton accepting the Liseberg Applause Award in 2010.
As lead artist151
As featured artist37
Promotional singles11
Charted B-sides3
Music videos63

After releasing two unsuccessful singles as a teenager, Parton signed a recording contract with Monument Records in 1964, and moved to Nashville, Tennessee shortly afterward, releasing a series of singles on the label, the highest charting being her 1965 single "Happy Happy Birthday Baby". In 1967, Monument released Parton's debut solo album, Hello, I'm Dolly, which spawned the hits, "Dumb Blonde" and "Something Fishy", which reached No. 24 and No. 17 respectively. Shortly after official debut, Parton was asked to replace country vocalist Norma Jean as the co-host of the syndicated country music television show The Porter Wagoner Show, alongside country star Porter Wagoner. The pair recorded 12 albums together for RCA Victor, and in the late 1960s and early 1970s had a series of Top 10 hits on the country charts, including "The Last Thing on My Mind", "Tomorrow is Forever", and "Daddy Was an Old Time Preacher Man". On Wagoner's television series, Parton gained a national audience of millions of viewers, and her own singles began to move up the country charts. By the early 1970s, her solo hits regularly appeared in the top 10, as did her duets with Wagoner. Her first chart-topper, 1970's "Joshua", followed by 1971's "Coat of Many Colors", 1972's "Touch Your Woman", and "Traveling Man" and "Jolene", both from 1973, all reached the top 10 on the U.S. country singles charts, with "Jolene" becoming her second No. 1 single in February 1974. In mid-1974, Parton split with Wagoner and his show in order to expand her career as a solo artist, writing and recording the No. 1 hit, "I Will Always Love You" as a tribute to Wagoner.

Following her departure from Wagoner's show, Parton branched out into pop music with the 1977 single "Here You Come Again", which hit No. 1 on the country chart and No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100, helping to produce a string of crossover hits in the late 1970s and early 1980s, including "Two Doors Down", "Heartbreaker", "You're the Only One", "9 to 5" and "But You Know I Love You". In addition, album sales also increased, with many being certified "Gold" or "Platinum" by the RIAA.

After a slight commercial decline in the late 1980s, Parton signed with Columbia Records and moved into traditional country music with the album White Limozeen, which spawned the No. 1 country singles, "Why'd You Come In Here Lookin' Like That" and "Yellow Roses", with certified-Platinum sales. Two more traditional-themed albums were released in the early 1990s that were also successful, Eagle When She Flies (1991) and Slow Dancing with the Moon (1993).

In 1999 she signed a contract with Sugar Hill Records and recorded a series of Bluegrass albums, beginning with The Grass Is Blue in 1999, followed by Little Sparrow (2001) and Halos & Horns (2002). In 2007 she formed her own record label, Dolly Records and the following year issued her first mainstream country album in over 10 years entitled Backwoods Barbie, which produced five singles, including the minor country hit, "Better Get to Livin'", which peaked at No. 48 on the Billboard country chart.

Parton has the record for the most No. 1 hits by a female country artist (25) Parton also holds the record for most Top 10 country albums on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart (41).[1] She previously held the record for the most Top 10 hits by a female country artist until McEntire surpassed her in 2009 with her 56th Top 10 hit, "Cowgirls Don't Cry". Parton is the first artist to have top 20 hits on the Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart every decade from the 1960s to the 2010s.[2]

As lead artistEdit

1950s and 1960sEdit

Title Year Peak chart positions Album
US
[3]
US
Country

[4]
CAN
Country

[5]
"Puppy Love"[6] 1959 Non-album single
"It's Sure Gonna Hurt"[7]
(with the Merry Melody Singers)
1962
"What Do You Think About Lovin'" 1964
"Happy, Happy Birthday Baby" 1965 [a]
"Busy Signal" 1966
"Don't Drop Out"[9]
"The Little Things"[10] Hello, I'm Dolly
"Dumb Blonde" 24
"Something Fishy" 1967 17
"Why, Why, Why"[11] Non-album single
"I'm Not Worth The Tears"[12] 1968
"Just Because I'm a Woman" 17 8 Just Because I'm a Woman
"In the Good Old Days (When Times Were Bad)" 25 In the Good Old Days (When Times Were Bad)
"Daddy" 1969 40 My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy
"In the Ghetto" 50 12
"My Blue Ridge Mountain Boy" 45 22
"Daddy Come and Get Me" 40 31 The Fairest of Them All
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

1970sEdit

Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
US
[3]
US
AC

[13]
US
Country

[4]
US
Dance

[14]
CAN
[15]
CAN
AC

[16]
CAN
Country

[5]
AUS
[17]
UK
[18]
"Mule Skinner Blues (Blue Yodel No. 8)" 1970 3 4 The Best of Dolly Parton
"Joshua" [b] 1 2 Joshua
"Comin' for to Carry Me Home" 1971 23 Non-album single
"My Blue Tears" 17 4 Coat of Many Colors
"Coat of Many Colors" 4 15 60
"Touch Your Woman" 1972 6 28 Touch Your Woman
"Washday Blues" 20 7 My Favorite Songwriter, Porter Wagoner
"When I Sing for Him"
"My Tennessee Mountain Home" 15 10 My Tennessee Mountain Home
"Traveling Man" 1973 20 12 Bubbling Over
"Jolene" 60 44 1 84 40 1 99 7 Jolene
"I Will Always Love You" 1974 1 4
"Love Is Like a Butterfly" [c] 38 1 2 55 Love Is Like a Butterfly
"The Bargain Store" 1975 35 1 3 The Bargain Store
"The Seeker" [d] 2 1 Dolly
"We Used To" 9 4
"Hey, Lucky Lady" 1976 19 11 All I Can Do
"All I Can Do" 3 1
"Applejack" 1977 New Harvest...First Gathering
"Light of a Clear Blue Morning" 87 11 4
"(Your Love Has Lifted Me) Higher and Higher"
"Here You Come Again" 3 2 1 7 1 1 10 75 Here You Come Again
"Two Doors Down" 1978 19 12 flip 26 7
"It's All Wrong, But It's All Right" 1 1
"Heartbreaker" 37 12 1 41 1 1 Heartbreaker
"It's Too Late to Love Me Now"
"Baby I'm Burning" 25 11 48 15 30 9 1 34
"I Really Got the Feeling" flip 1
"You're the Only One" 1979 59 14 1 63 1 1 33 Great Balls of Fire
"Great Balls of Fire" flip
"Sweet Summer Lovin'" 77 41 7 8 6
"Star of the Show" 99
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

1980sEdit

Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
US
[3]
US
AC

[13]
US
Country

[4]
US
Dance

[14]
CAN
[15]
CAN
AC

[16]
CAN
Country

[5]
AUS
[17]
UK
[18]
"Starting Over Again" 1980 36 35 1 2 Dolly, Dolly, Dolly
"Me and Little Andy" Here You Come Again
"Old Flames Can't Hold a Candle to You" 1 2 Dolly, Dolly, Dolly
"Packin' It Up"
"9 to 5" 1 1 1 77 1 1 9 47 9 to 5 and Odd Jobs
"But You Know I Love You" 1981 41 14 1 2
"The House of the Rising Sun" 77 30 14 flip 20
"Working Girl" flip
"Single Women" 1982 8 1 Heartbreak Express
"Heartbreak Express" 7 1
"I Will Always Love You" 53 17 1 8 2 1 72 The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas
"Hard Candy Christmas" 8 27
"Everything's Beautiful (In Its Own Way)"
(with Willie Nelson)
102 19 7 2 5 The Winning Hand
"Potential New Boyfriend" 1983 20 14 13 53 Burlap & Satin
"Save the Last Dance for Me" 45 12 3 3 2 31 The Great Pretender
"Downtown" 1984 80 20 36 8 20
"Tennessee Homesick Blues" 1 1 Rhinestone
"God Won't Get You" 10 8
"Medley: Winter Wonderland / Sleigh Ride" 70 Once Upon a Christmas
"The Greatest Gift of All"
(with Kenny Rogers)
81 40 53
"Don't Call It Love" 1985 12 3 15 5 Real Love
"Real Love"
(duet with Kenny Rogers)
91 13 1 19 1 45
"Think About Love" 1 1 74
"Christmas Without You"
(with Kenny Rogers)
88 Once Upon a Christmas
"Tie Our Love (In a Double Knot)" 1986 17 20 Real Love
"We Had It All" 31 30 Think About Love
"To Know Him Is to Love Him"
(with Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt)
1987 1 1 Trio
"Telling Me Lies"
(Dolly Parton, Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt)
35 3 6
"Those Memories of You"
(with Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt)
5 1
"I Believe in Santa Claus"
(with Kenny Rogers)
Once Upon a Christmas
"The River Unbroken" 43 63 23 51 Rainbow
"I Know You by Heart"
(duet with Smokey Robinson)
1988 22
"Wildflowers"
(with Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt)
6 8 Trio
"Make Love Work"[24] Rainbow
"Why'd You Come in Here Lookin' Like That" 1989 1 1 White Limozeen
"Yellow Roses" 1 1
"He's Alive" 39 49
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

1990sEdit

Title Year Peak chart positions Album
US
[3]
US
AC

[13]
US Country
[4]
US
Dance

[14]
CAN Country
[5]
UK
[18]
"Time for Me to Fly" 1990 39 39 White Limozeen
"White Limozeen" 29 47
"Slow Healing Heart"[25]
"Rockin' Years"
(duet with Ricky Van Shelton)
1991 1 1 Eagle When She Flies
"Silver and Gold" 15 7
"Eagle When She Flies" 33 9
"Country Road" 1992 46 33
"Straight Talk" 64 Straight Talk
"Light of a Clear Blue Morning"[26]
"Burning"[27]
(with Les Taylor)
"Romeo"
(with Billy Ray Cyrus, Tanya Tucker, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Kathy Mattea and Pam Tillis)
1993 50 27 33 Slow Dancing with the Moon
"More Where That Came From" 58
"Full Circle"[28]
"Silver Threads and Golden Needles"
(with Loretta Lynn and Tammy Wynette)
68 Honky Tonk Angels
"The Day I Fall in Love"
(with James Ingram)
36 64 Beethoven's 2nd
"To Daddy"[29] (Live) 1994 Heartsongs: Live from Home
"I Will Always Love You"
(with special guest Vince Gill)
1995 15 22 Something Special
"Just When I Needed You Most" 1996 62 68 Treasures
"Peace Train" 1997 [e] 23 97
"Something Bigger Than Me"[31] Annabelle's Wish
"Honky Tonk Songs" 1998 74 91 Hungry Again
"The Salt in My Tears"[32]
"High Sierra"
(with Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt)
1999 90 Trio II
"After the Gold Rush"[33]
(with Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt)
"Feels Like Home"[33]
(with Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt)
"Do I Ever Cross Your Mind"[33]
(with Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt)
"Walking on Sunshine"[34] Treasures
"A Few Old Memories"[35] The Grass Is Blue
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

2000sEdit

Title Year Peak chart
positions
Album
US Country
[4][36]
UK
[18]
"Silver Dagger"[37] 2000 The Grass Is Blue
"A Tender Lie"[38] 2001 Little Sparrow
"Bluer Pastures"[39]
"Seven Bridges Road"[39]
"Shine"[40]
"Dagger Through the Heart"[41] 2002 Halos & Horns
"If" 73
"Hello God" 60
"I'm Gone"[42] 2003
"Welcome Home"[43] For God and Country
"Light of a Clear Blue Morning"[44] 2004
"Imagine"[45]
(with special guest David Foster)
2005 Those Were the Days
"Travelin' Thru"[46] 2006 Transamerica
"Better Get to Livin'" 2007 48 Backwoods Barbie
"Jesus and Gravity" 2008 56
"Shinola"[47]
"Drives Me Crazy"[48][49] 2009
"Backwoods Barbie"[50][51]
"Change It"[52]
(featuring the Cast of 9 to 5: The Musical)
Non-album single
"Tell Me That You Love Me"[53]
(with Kenny Rogers)
The First 50 Years
"Comin' Home for Christmas"[54] Non-album single
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

2010sEdit

Title Year Peak chart
positions
Album
US
Christian

[55]
US Country
[36]
US
Dance

[56]
UK
[18]
"Together You and I" 2011 67 Better Day
"The Sacrifice"[57]
"He's Everything"[58]
(with Queen Latifah, Keke Palmer, Jeremy Jordan, Andy Karl and DeQuina Moore)
Joyful Noise
"From Here to the Moon and Back"[59]
(with Kris Kristofferson and Jeremy Jordan)
2012
"Blue Smoke"[60] 2013 Blue Smoke
"Home"[61] 2014
"Try"[62]
"Pure and Simple"[63] 2016 Pure & Simple
"Outside Your Door"[64]
"Head Over High Heels"[65]
"The Story"[66] 2017 Cover Stories
"Here I Am"
(with Sia)
2018 37 Dumplin'
"Girl in the Movies"[67]
"God Only Knows"[68]
(with For King & Country)
2019 Non-album single
"There Was Jesus"
(with Zach Williams)
17 Rescue Story
"Faith"
(with Galantis featuring Mr Probz)
13 Church[69]
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

As featured artistEdit

Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
US
[3]
US
AC

[13]
US
Country

[4]
US
Country
Airplay

[70]
CAN
[15]
CAN
AC

[16]
CAN
Country

[5]
UK
[18]
"Friends Tell Friends"
(Bill Phillips with Dolly Parton)
1965 Bill Phillips Style
"Put It Off Until Tomorrow"
(Bill Phillips with Dolly Parton)
1966 6 Put It Off Until Tomorrow
"Mathilda (I Cry and Cry for You)"
(John Henry III and the Country Blues with Dolly Parton)
1970 Non-album single
"Light of the Stable"
(Emmylou Harris with Dolly Parton, Linda Ronstadt and Neil Young)
1975 99 Light of the Stable
"I Never Will Marry"
(Linda Ronstadt with Dolly Parton)
1978 30 8 39 16 Simple Dreams
"Islands in the Stream"
(Kenny Rogers duet with Dolly Parton)
1983 1 1 1 2 1 1 7 Eyes That See in the Dark
"Unwed Fathers"
(Gail Davies with Dolly Parton)
1985 56 Where Is a Woman to Go
"Love Is Strange"
(Kenny Rogers duet with Dolly Parton)
1990 21 14 Love Is Strange
"When You Tell Me That You Love Me"[71]
(Julio Iglesias featuring Dolly Parton)
1995 Crazy
"Knockin' on Heaven's Door"[72]
(Ladysmith Black Mambazo featuring Dolly Parton)
1997 Heavenly
"Your Kisses Are Charity"[73] (Dolly Mix)
(Culture Club featuring Dolly Parton)
1999 25 Non-album single
"God's Colouring Book"[74]
(Margo O'Donnell featuring Dolly Parton)
Highway of My Life
"Two of the Lucky Ones"
(Hal Ketchum with Dolly Parton)
2001 Lucky Man
"Stand by the River"[75]
(Dottie Rambo duet with Dolly Parton)
2002 Stand by the River
"Steady as the Rain"[76]
(The Larkins with Dolly Parton)
2003 The Larkins
"Creepin' In"[77]
(Norah Jones with Dolly Parton)
2004 Feels Like Home
"Viva Las Vegas"
(The Grascals with special guest Dolly Parton)
The Grascals
"Baby, It's Cold Outside"
(Rod Stewart duet with Dolly Parton)
2 Stardust: The Great American Songbook, Volume III
"Angels and Eagles"[78]
(Kim McLean with Dolly Parton)
2005 Happy Face
"Thank God I'm a Country Boy"
(Roy Rivers featuring Dolly Parton)
Thank God I'm a Country Boy
"It Looked Good on Paper"
(Randy Kohrs duet with Dolly Parton)
I'm Torn
"If I Said You Had a Beautiful Body (Would You Hold It Against Me)"
(The Bellamy Brothers with Dolly Parton)
60 Angels and Outlaws Vol. 1
"The Blues Man"
(George Jones featuring Dolly Parton)
Hits I Missed...And One I Didn't
"When I Get Where I'm Going"
(Brad Paisley featuring Dolly Parton)
39 1 1 Time Well Wasted
"I Still Miss Someone"
(Martina McBride with Dolly Parton)
2006 50 Timeless
"Heartbreaker's Alibi"
(Rhonda Vincent duet with Dolly Parton)
All American Bluegrass Girl
"High and Mighty"
(Aaron Crisler featuring Dolly Parton)
2010 In Good Hands
"I Am Strong"
(The Grascals with Dolly Parton)
2011 Country Classics with a Bluegrass Spin
"From Here to the Moon and Back"[80]
(Willie Nelson featuring Dolly Parton)
2013 To All the Girls...
"You Can't Make Old Friends"[81]
(Kenny Rogers duet with Dolly Parton)
57 You Can't Make Old Friends
"When I Stop Dreaming"
(Don Henley featuring Dolly Parton)
2015 Cass County
"My Father's Daughter"
(Jewel featuring Dolly Parton)
Picking Up the Pieces
"Forever Country"
(Artists of Then, Now & Forever)
2016 21 1 45 Non-album single
"Jolene"
(Pentatonix featuring Dolly Parton)
[f] 18 PTX, Vol. IV - Classics
"Born Again Wildflower"
(Debbie Cochran featuring Dolly Parton)
2017 Born Again Wildflower
"Smoky Mountain Rain"
(Ronnie Milsap featuring Dolly Parton)
2019 27 The Duets
"I Will Always Love You"
(Kristin Chenoweth featuring Dolly Parton)
For the Girls
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Promotional singlesEdit

Title Year Album
"Both Sides Now"[82]
(with special guests Judy Collins and Rhonda Vincent)
2005 Those Were the Days
"Twelfth of Never"[83]
(with special guest Keith Urban)
2006
"I Believe in You"[84] 2014 I Believe in You
"Do I Ever Cross Your Mind" (Alternate Take)
(with Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt)
2016 The Complete Trio Collection
"Mama"[85] Pure & Simple
"Wildflowers" (Alternate Take)
(with Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt)
The Complete Trio Collection
"Calling My Children Home"
(with Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt)
"Waltz Across Texas Tonight"
(with Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt)
"Makin' Fun Ain't Funny"[86] I Believe in You
"The Last Word in Lonesome Is Me"
(featuring Alison Krauss)
2018 King of the Road: A Tribute to Roger Miller
"Jolene"[87] (New String Version) Dumplin'

Charted B-sidesEdit

Title Year Peak chart
positions
A-side
US Country
[4]
US
Dance

[14]
"I Wanna Fall in Love" 1978 flip "Baby I'm Burning"
"Do I Ever Cross Your Mind" 1982 flip "I Will Always Love You"
"PMS Blues" (Live) 1994 70 "To Daddy" (Live)
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Music videosEdit

Title Year Director
"Baby I'm Burning" 1979
"9 to 5" 1980
"Potential New Boyfriend" 1983 Steve Barron
"Islands in the Stream" (Live)
(with Kenny Rogers)
"Real Love" (Live)
(with Kenny Rogers)
[88]
1985 Doug Dowdel
"Think About Love"
"The River Unbroken" 1987 Brian Grant
"I Know You by Heart"
(with Smokey Robinson)
"To Know Him Is to Love Him"
(with Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt)
White Copeman
"Those Memories of You"
(with Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt)
"Why'd You Come in Here Lookin' Like That" 1989 Jack Cole
"He's Alive" (Live) Walter C. Miller
"Love Is Strange"
(with Kenny Rogers)[89]
1990 Gerry Wenner
"Rockin' Years"
(with Ricky Van Shelton)
1991 Michael Salomon
"Eagle When She Flies" Mary Lambert
"Silver and Gold" Deaton-Flanigen
"Straight Talk" 1992 Dominic Orlando
"Light of a Clear Blue Morning" Mary Lambert
"Romeo"
(with Billy Ray Cyrus, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Pam Tillis, Kathy Mattea and Tanya Tucker)
1993 Randee St. Nicholas
"More Where That Came From"
"Silver Threads and Golden Needles"
(with Loretta Lynn and Tammy Wynette)
Deaton Flanigen
"The Day I Fall in Love"
(with James Ingram)
1994 Jim Yukich
"When You Tell Me That You Love Me"
(with Julio Iglesias)
John Hopgood
"Just When I Needed You Most" 1996 John Lloyd Miller
"Peace Train" (Unreleased) 1997 Christopher Ciccone
"Honky Tonk Songs" 1998 Thom Oliphant
"The Salt in My Tears" Guy Guillet
"After the Gold Rush"
(with Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt)
1999 Jim Shea
"Shine" 2001 Brent Hedgecock
"Dagger Through the Heart" 2002
"Hello God" (Live) Paul Miller
"I'm Gone" 2003 Sophie Muller
"Color Me America"
"Jolene"
(with Mindy Smith)[90]
Trey Fanjoy
"Welcome Home" 2004
"Creepin' In"
(with Norah Jones)
Hamish Hamilton
"The Blues Man"
(with George Jones)
2005 Joe Thomas
"Imagine"
(with David Foster)
Paula Walker
"When I Get Where I'm Going"
(with Brad Paisley)
Jim Shea
"Travelin' Thru" 2006
"Heartbreaker's Alibi"
(with Rhonda Vincent)
Trey Fanjoy
"Better Get to Livin'" 2007 Steve Lippman
"Jesus & Gravity" 2008
"Shinola" (Live) Fran Strine
"Backwoods Barbie" 2009 Trey Fanjoy
"Change It"
(featuring the Cast of 9 to 5: The Musical)
Mike Hagler
Steve Summers
"Here You Come Again" (Live) Fran Strine
"Jolene" (Live)
"I Am Strong"
(with The Grascals)
2011 David Corlew
"Together You and I" Trey Fanjoy
"The Sacrifice" Arnberger/Eady
"You Can't Make Old Friends"
(with Kenny Rogers)[91]
2013 Trey Fanjoy
"Home"[92] 2014 Justine Feldt
"When I Stop Dreaming"
(with Don Henley)[93]
2015 Daniel Pearl
"My Father's Daughter"
(with Jewel)[94]
Tom Campbell
"Forever Country"
(among Artists of Then, Now & Forever)
2016 Joseph Kahn
"The Story" 2017
"Here I Am"
(with Sia)
2018 Anne Fletcher
"Girl in the Movies" Robert Hoffman
"Jolene" (New String Version)

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ "Happy, Happy Birthday Baby" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at No. 108 on the Bubbling Under the Hot 100 chart in the issue dated October 16, 1965.[8]
  2. ^ "Joshua" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at No. 108 on the Bubbling Under the Hot 100 chart in the issue dated February 20, 1971.[19]
  3. ^ "Love Is Like a Butterfly" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at No. 105 on the Bubbling Under the Hot 100 chart in the issue dated September 28, 1974.[22]
  4. ^ "The Seeker" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at No. 105 on the Bubbling Under the Hot 100 chart in the issue dated August 23, 1975.[23]
  5. ^ "Peace Train" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at No. 19 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart in the issue dated July 26, 1997.[30]
  6. ^ "Jolene" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at No. 1 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart in the issue dated October 8, 2016.[30]

ReferencesEdit

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  24. ^ "Single Reviews" (PDF). American Radio History. Billboard. August 6, 1988. p. 71. Retrieved October 30, 2019.
  25. ^ "Single Reviews" (PDF). American Radio History. Billboard. October 27, 1990. p. 81. Retrieved October 30, 2019.
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  27. ^ "Single Reviews" (PDF). American Radio History. Billboard. October 24, 1992. p. 80. Retrieved October 30, 2019.
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