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Happy birthday, Dolly! Legendary country music singer turns 71

Dolly Parton/FILE (Source: Flickr Commons) Dolly Parton/FILE (Source: Flickr Commons)
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She's a legendary country music singer-songwriter. Her hits include Jolene, Here You Come Again, I Will Always Love You and 9 to 5.

She has her own amusement park in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee and she recently helped with a telethon for wildfire victims in Gatlinburg.  

Country Music Hall of Famer Dolly Parton is 71 today.

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