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Vocals by Emmylou Harris, Dolly Parton, and Linda Ronstadt

written by Dolly Parton
© Velvet Apple Music (BMI)

Fly ye away from my window
(Dolly Parton)

From a shack by a mountain stream 
To a room in New Orleans 
So far from my Blue Ridge Mountain home 
The men I meet ain't warm
(Dolly Parton)

Beauty is a rare perfume 
Precious, yet doesn't last long 
Youth is but a playful breeze 
That blows our way once then moves on 
Love
need sleep.

Don't be bad, little cotton dolly.
See how nice Mickey Mouse sleeps now?
Even my brass drummer boy has stopped all his noise,
Cause he
(Dolly Parton)

Beauty is a rare perfume 
Precious, yet doesn't last long 
Youth is but a playful breeze 
That blows our way once then moves on 
Love
here comes Dolly Parton. What is she doing in this song? 
She's only a prisoner of a wig. 
Get out of here Dolly, you don't belong. 
No offense.

Oh
(Dolly Parton)

Thumbing for a ride by the edge of the road 
With a brown paper bag to hold my clothes 
But tonight I'm going home where I belong 
If
WE'LL GET AHEAD SOMEDAY
Duet by Dolly Parton and Porter Wagoner
Writer Mack Magaha
Copyright 1967

We'll get ahead somedays we'll get ahead someday
and call it a rack
And he was sure it was the next big thing
With Dolly Parton in his ad campaign

Selling Titty's, Titty's, Titty's Beer
Just the thing
WE'LL GET AHEAD SOMEDAY
Duet by Dolly Parton and Porter Wagoner
Writer Mack Magaha
Copyright 1967

We'll get ahead somedays we'll get ahead someday
(Dolly Parton)

Busy signal 
That's what I get when I call you 
Busy busy 
Talking to someone new 
I wish I knew 

I shouldn't worry 'cause it's
here comes Dolly Parton. What is she doing in this song? 
She's only a prisoner of a wig. 
Get out of here Dolly, you don't belong. 
No offense.

Oh
(Dolly Parton)

Busy signal 
That's what I get when I call you 
Busy busy 
Talking to someone new 
I wish I knew 

I shouldn't worry 'cause it's
(Dolly Parton)

Well I remember when I was just little 
Mama used to cook on an old black kettle 
On an old wood stove she'd had since she was wed
(Dolly Parton)

He lived by the apple orchard in this little orchard shack 
His real name was Jackson Taylor but I called him AppleJack 
Now old
(Dolly Parton)

Spent all my money on everyone else 
Why I just kept handing it out right and left 
They didn't appreciate none of my help 
I have
(Dolly Parton)

We might have slept in a rail yard or camped by the river bank 
We fed ourselves from the fruit of the land 
And quenched our thirst
(Dolly Parton)

My train of thought was broken by a sudden burst of laughter 
Something badly needed to brighten up the chores 
Seemed old Mrs.
on to Dameron Street
Them other cars pulled over like the red sea had parted
It was then I had a vision of Dolly Parton
(Right there, he had a vision of Dolly
(Dolly Parton)

The snow was fallin' swiftly and it mounted on the street 
Little footprints in the snow made by our children's feet 
As I walked
ball...

Dolly Parton brought two JUGS
(*wolf whistle*)
Of wine everyone admired
Montgomery Gentry spiked the eggnog

Female [CHORUS]
Chestnut's
(Dolly Parton)

The snow was fallin' swiftly and it mounted on the street 
Little footprints in the snow made by our children's feet 
As I walked
you seen and what you saw?
Now my name starts your sentence, you'z a hater by law
I'm by far tighter than training bras on Dolly Parton

You think
you seen and what you saw?
Now my name starts your sentence, you'z a hater by law
I'm by far tighter than training bras on Dolly Parton

You think
(Dolly Parton)

Pretty as an angel from the day that she was born 
Skin as fair as Lily's hair, as golden as the corn 
They knew that she was special