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Dolly Parton Records A Classic, ‘Stand By Your Man’ Named No. 1 – Today In Country History

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2005- CMT ranks ‘Stand By Your Man’ at No. 1 on their television special featuring the ’100 Greatest Songs In Country Music.’ George Jones is at No. 2 with ‘He Stopped Loving Her Today.’

1996- George Strait is at No. 1 with ‘Blue Clear Sky.’

1974- Dolly Parton goes to No. 1 with the original version of ‘I Will Always Love You.’ Dolly takes the song to No. 1 again in 1981 with an updated version of the song for “The Best Little Whorehouse In Texas” movie. After Whitney Houston records a pop version, Dolly cuts the song again for a Top 15 duet with Vince Gill in 1995.

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