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Think About Love
Studio album by Dolly Parton
Released April 1986
Recorded Compilation
Genre Country
Length 3:26
Label RCA
Dolly Parton chronology
Collectors Series
(1985)
Think About Love
(1986)
Best of Dolly Parton, Vol. 3
(1987)

Think About Love was a 1986 compilation of previously released Dolly Parton tracks, many of which were presented in remixes or alternate takes. RCA released the album after Parton had left the label. The project was helmed by Mark Wright, an executive at RCA at the time, and it remains unclear to what extent, if any, Parton was involved in the selection of songs, or in the remixing process. The album is also unusual in that it only features one Parton original, "Do I Ever Cross Your Mind."

In addition to the title song, which had topped the U.S. country charts in February 1986, "Tie Our Love (In a Double Knot)" and "We Had It All" were also released from this album as singles.

Of the eight tracks, only three appear unaltered from their original release: "It's Such a Heartache," "Tie Our Love (In a Double Knot)," and "Even a Fool Would Let Go." The other tracks have all been modified in various ways. "Think About Love" slightly differs from the version on Real Love with the addition of the lyric "Think about love" before the bridge. "We Had It All" is a completely different vocal take from the version on The Great Pretender. Instead of the piano being the primary instrument, this time the song is driven by an acoustic guitar.

Track listing

  1. "Think About Love"
  2. "It's Such a Heartache"
  3. "Tie Our Love (In a Double Knot)"
  4. "She Don't Love You (Like I Love You)"
  5. "We Had It All"
  6. "Do I Ever Cross Your Mind"
  7. "I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch)"
  8. "Even A Fool Would Let Go"

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