|"Tie Our Love (In a Double Knot)"|
|Single by Dolly Parton|
|from the album Real Love|
|B-side||"I Hope You're Never Happy"|
|Songwriter(s)||Jeff Silbar, John Reid|
|Dolly Parton singles chronology|
"Tie Our Love (In a Double Knot)" is a song written by Jeff Silbar and John Reid, and recorded by American entertainer Dolly Parton. It was released in February 1986 as the fourth single from Parton's album Real Love . (The song also appeared on Think About Love, a 1986 album of previously issued Parton material.) The song reached #17 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.
|US Hot Country Songs ( Billboard )||17|
|Canadian RPM Country Tracks||20|
"Islands in the Stream" is a song written by the Bee Gees and sung by American country music artists Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton. It was released in August 1983 as the first single from Rogers's album Eyes That See in the Dark. Named after the Ernest Hemingway novel, it was originally written for Marvin Gaye in an R&B style, only later to be changed for the Kenny Rogers album.
Trio is the first collaborative studio album by Dolly Parton, Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt. It was released on March 2, 1987, by Warner Bros. Records. The album has sold over 4 million copies worldwide and has also received several accolades.
"But You Know I Love You" is a song written by Mike Settle, which was a 1969 pop hit for Kenny Rogers and The First Edition, a group that included Settle and Kenny Rogers. The song also became a major country hit by Bill Anderson in 1969. In 1981, a cover version of "But You Know I Love You" by singer Dolly Parton topped the country singles charts.
"Joshua" is a song written and recorded by American country music artist Dolly Parton. It was released on November 9, 1970 as the first single and title track from the album Joshua. The song was significant for being her first single to reach number 1 on the US country charts. The single reached number 1 on the Billboard country charts in February 1971. Parton received her first Grammy nomination in the Best Country Female Vocal category for the song, losing to Lynn Anderson.
"Starting Over Again" is a song recorded by American entertainer Dolly Parton. The song was written by Donna Summer and her husband Bruce Sudano. Parton's recording was performed as a slow tempo ballad, gradually building to a dramatic crescendo. It was released in March 1980 as the first single from her album Dolly, Dolly, Dolly. "Starting Over Again" made the U.S. pop top forty, peaking at number 36, and reached number 1 on the U.S. country charts on May 24, 1980.
"Old Flames Can't Hold a Candle to You" is a country song written by singer-songwriter Pebe Sebert and Hugh Moffatt. It was a number 14 U.S. country hit for Joe Sun in 1978, and a number 86 hit for Brian Collins the same year. It was later covered by Dolly Parton, who took it to the top of the U.S. country singles charts in August 1980.. Parton included her version on her 1980 Dolly, Dolly, Dolly album, and it was released as the album's second single after the success of "Starting Over Again". In 2013, Sebert's daughter, Kesha, released an acoustic cover of the song as part of her extended play Deconstructed. A new version featuring Parton is a track on Kesha's 2017 album Rainbow.
"Light of a Clear Blue Morning" is a song written and recorded by American entertainer Dolly Parton. It first appeared on her 1977 New Harvest...First Gathering album, and provided a top twenty country music hit for her as a single. As Parton has told a number of interviewers over the years, the song came out of the pain from her break with longtime musical and business partner Porter Wagoner. Parton left Wagoner's band in 1974, in an effort to aim her career in a more mainstream pop direction; Wagoner responded by taking legal action, and the next couple of years were reportedly painful for both performers. According to the unauthorized 1978 biography, Dolly, by Alanna Nash, "Light of a Clear Blue Morning" was written as Parton felt the figurative clouds lifting, as the fruits of her sacrifices of the previous few years were becoming apparent.
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"You're the Only One" is a song written by Carole Bayer Sager and Bruce Roberts, and recorded by American entertainer Dolly Parton. Included on Parton's album Great Balls of Fire, the song was released as the album's first single in May 1979, topping the U.S. country singles chart. It was her fifth consecutive chart-topper since 1977.
"Sweet Summer Lovin'" a song written by Bud Reneau and Blaise Tosti, and recorded by American entertainer Dolly Parton. It was released in August 1979 as the second single from the album Great Balls of Fire. "Sweet Summer Lovin'" reached number 7 on the U.S. country charts. It also topped the charts in Yugoslavia.
"Single Women" is a song, written by Saturday Night Live writer Michael O'Donoghue. The song, was originally performed during an SNL sketch by Christine Ebersole on the October 10, 1981 broadcast, and was later recorded by Dolly Parton for her 1982 Heartbreak Express album. Released as the album's first single in February 1982, it reached number 8 on the U.S. country singles chart in April 1982. The Parton version of the song featured somewhat reworked lyrics, as RCA requested she eliminate the drug references, fearful that they would cause the song to meet resistance on country radio. The song later inspired a 1984 TV movie titled Single Bars, Single Women, starring Shelley Hack, Paul Michael Glaser, Mare Winningham, and Tony Danza, which was produced by O'Donoghue. An abbreviated version of Parton's recording of the song was used as the movie's theme song.
"The Seeker" is a song written and recorded by American country music artist Dolly Parton. It was released as the first single from Parton's 1975 album, Dolly, and was also a top ten single on the U.S. country charts. A spiritual, which Parton described as her "talk with God", the song was released as a single in July 1975, just missing the top spot on the U.S. country singles chart; it peaked at #2.
"Potential New Boyfriend" is a song written by Steve Kipner and John Lewis Parker, and recorded by musician Dolly Parton. The song peaked at number 20 on the U.S. country singles chart. It was released in April 1983 as the only single to be released from Parton's album Burlap & Satin. The song was also popular in discos and dance clubs, and in addition to the standard 45 RPM single, an extended-play dance remix single was released. The single was also accompanied by one of Parton's first music videos, which was directed by Steve Barron.
"Real Love" is a song written by David Malloy, Richard "Spady" Brannon and Randy McCormick, and recorded as a duet by American entertainers Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers that topped the U.S. country singles charts in August 1985. It was released in April 1985 the second single and title track from Parton's Real Love album. Released after the top-ten success of "Don't Call It Love", the song became Parton and Rogers' second country chart-topper as a duet act. However, "Real Love" did not fare as well on the pop singles charts as 1983's "Islands in the Stream" had done, stalling at number 91 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number 13 on the Adult Contemporary chart.
"Don't Call It Love" is a song first released by American singer Kim Carnes on her 1981 album Mistaken Identity. The following year it was covered by Captain and Tennille and Dusty Springfield from their albums More Than Dancing and White Heat.
"Think About Love" is a song recorded by American country music artist Dolly Parton, first released on her 1985 Real Love album. The song, written by Richard "Spady" Brannan and Tom Campbell, was an uptempo pop tune, employing synthesizers and other distinctive pop flourishes. It was released as the album's third single in November 1985 and, despite its polished pop production, reached No. 1 on the U.S. country singles charts in March 1986; the single spent a total of fourteen weeks on the chart. The song was Parton's sixteenth number one country single as a solo artist.
"We Had It All" is a song written by Troy Seals and Donnie Fritts and originally recorded by Waylon Jennings on his 1973 album, Honky Tonk Heroes. It has since been covered by many artists, including Rita Coolidge, Dobie Gray, Susan Jacks, Willie Nelson, Dolly Parton, the Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Rod Stewart, Tina Turner, Conway Twitty, Ray Charles, Scott Walker, and Dottie West.
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