Growing up dirt poor in the hills of Tennessee, Dolly Parton relied on her dreams to sustain her. "It was a dream that dressed me up when I was ragged, it was a dream that filled me up when I was hungry, and it was a dream that took me out of the Smoky Mountains and put me on top of the world," she says.
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So it's fitting that the legendary country singer and composer of more than 3,000 songs has titled her latest book Dream More: Celebrate the Dreamer in You. The 66-year-old Parton talks to host Mike Cuthbert about her long and successful career in music, TV and movies, and about the way her dreams continue to push her forward.