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Young Dolly Parton sitting with a guitar writing a song. 1960s.
Parton wrote every day, and had more than a 100 songs at her disposal. A multi-instrumentalist, Parton was more than equipped to accompany herself. She wrote the traditional country songs about cheating, but there was also the feminist anthem “Just Because I’m a Woman,” which proclaimed “My mistakes are no worse than yours, just because I’m a woman.” 

books0977:

Young Dolly Parton sitting with a guitar writing a song. 1960s.

Parton wrote every day, and had more than a 100 songs at her disposal. A multi-instrumentalist, Parton was more than equipped to accompany herself. She wrote the traditional country songs about cheating, but there was also the feminist anthem “Just Because I’m a Woman,” which proclaimed “My mistakes are no worse than yours, just because I’m a woman.” 

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