March 14, 1988: "Wildflowers" is released as the fourth and final single from Dolly, Emmylou Harris, and Linda Ronsatdt's Trio album. The Parton-penned single peaked at number six on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart.
March 15, 1971: "Comin' for to Carry Me Home" is released as a single. It peaked at number 23 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. While the song was not included on Dolly's 1971 gospel album, The Golden Streets of Glory, its B-side (the album’s title track) was included.
March 16, 1981: "But You Know I Love You" is released as the second single from Dolly's twenty-third solo album, 9 to 5 and Odd Jobs. The single peaked at number one on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart.
March 16, 1992: "Straight Talk" is released as the first single from the soundtrack to the film of the same name. The single reached number 64 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart.
Ben Childers is the administrator of The Dolly Parton Discography. A native of Tupelo, Mississippi, he grew up taking family vacations to the Smokies and Dollywood. His love for Dolly and her music reached a fanatical level in April 2013. After spending countless hours researching and cataloging Dolly's musical output, he decided to open a website dedicated to her discography.