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After Decades Of Dreaming, Dolly Parton Says, 'Dream More'
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Tue, 27 Nov 2012 13:00:00 -0500
In her senior year of high school, Dolly Parton told the graduating class that she planned to go to Nashville to be a star.
The whole class burst into laughter.
In her book Dream More: Celebrate the Dreamer in You, Parton explains how she went on to prove her class wrong and become one of the best-selling recording artists of all time.
She talks with NPR's Neal Conan about her journey from rags to riches and the principles behind her enormous success as a musician, actor and theme park entrepreneur.
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