Porter Wayne and Dolly Rebecca

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Porter Wayne and Dolly Rebecca
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Studio album by Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton
Released March 1970
Recorded RCA Studio B, Nashville, 1969
Genre Country
Label RCA
Producer Bob Ferguson
Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton chronology
Always, Always
(1969)
Porter Wayne and Dolly Rebecca
(1970)
Once More
(1970)
Singles from Porter Wayne and Dolly Rebecca
  1. "Just Someone That I Used to Know" / "My Hands Are Tied"
    Released: September 1969
  2. "Tomorrow Is Forever" / "Mendy Never Sleeps"
    Released: January 1970

Porter Wayne and Dolly Rebecca is the fourth duet album by Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton, released in March 1970. It contains the singles "Just Someone I Used to Know' and "Tomorrow Is Forever", both of which reached the top ten on the U.S. country charts, as well as one of their best remembered "musical fights," "Run That by Me One More Time." The album reached #4 on the country albums charts. The album title comes from Wagoner and Parton's first and middle names, Wagoner being Porter Wayne and Parton being Dolly Rebecca.

Track listing[edit]

Track listing, writing credits and track length adapted from LP sleeve.[1]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Forty Miles from Poplar Bluff" Frank Dycus 2:47
2. "Tomorrow Is Forever" Dolly Parton 2:45
3. "Just Someone I Used to Know" Jack Clement 2:21
4. "Each Season Changes You" Ruth Talley 2:30
5. "We Can't Let This Happen to Us" Dorothy Jo Hope 2:07
6. "Mendy Never Sleeps" Dolly Parton 2:05
7. "Silver Sandals" Dolly Parton 2:37
8. "No Love Left" Bill Owens 2:00
9. "It Might As Well Be Me" Dolly Parton, Dorothy Jo Hope 2:12
10. "Run That by Me One More Time" Dolly Parton 2:18
11. "I'm Wasting Your Time and You're Wasting Mine" Dolly Parton 2:21

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