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Dolly Parton #280
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Dolly Parton #280

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Voicing/Format Easy Play Today
Composer Sells/Feldman/Tradit
Artist Dolly Parton
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series E-z Play Today
Catalog # 00100237

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Dolly Parton #280 Composed by Sells/Feldman/Tradit. Performed by Dolly Parton. For Easy Play Today. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00100237)

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BARGAIN STORE,THE PARTON,DOLLY PARTON,DOLLY  
COAT OF MANY COLORS PARTON,DOLLY PARTON,DOLLY  
DO I EVER CROSS YOUR MIND PARTON,DOLLY PARTON,DOLLY  
HERE YOU COME AGAIN PARTON,DOLLY MANN/WEIL  
I WILL ALWAYS LOVE YOU PARTON/HOUSTON PARTON/DAVIS/MILLER  
ISLANDS IN THE STREAM PARTON/ROGERS GIBB/GIBB/GIBB  
IT'S ALL WRONG BUT IT'S ALL RIGHT PARTON,DOLLY PARTON,DOLLY  
JOLENE PARTON,DOLLY PARTON,DOLLY  
JOSHUA PARTON,DOLLY SELLS/FELDMAN/TRADIT  
LOVE IS LIKE A BUTTERFLY PARTON,DOLLY PARTON,DOLLY  
PLEASE DON'T STOP LOVING ME PARTON,DOLLY BYERS/PARTON/WAGONER  
TENNESSEE HOMESICK BLUES PARTON,DOLLY PARTON,DOLLY  
TWO DOORS DOWN PARTON,DOLLY PARTON,DOLLY  
WHY'D YOU COME IN HERE LOOKIN' LIKE THAT PARTON,DOLLY CARLISLE/THOMAS  
YELLOW ROSES PARTON,DOLLY PARTON,DOLLY  
9 TO 5 (NINE TO FIVE) PARTON,DOLLY PARTON,DOLLY  

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