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Dangerous Finds: Dolly Parton’s ‘Jolene’ slowed way down; Drugs in film; Must-visit record stores
08.17.2013
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Below, Dolly Parton’s original recording of “Jolene” slowed down by 25%:

Posted by Tara McGinley

 

 

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