For 50 years, Dolly Parton and Carl Thomas Dean have been married -- almost half a century! Now if you want proof that love endures time, this relationship is it. And with this utterly romantic tribute video to Dolly and Carl's love, we get to see photographs pass by of the two throughout the years to a special duet performed by Dolly herself and country artist Hal Ketchum called "Two Of The Lucky Ones". Because that's what they are, aren't they? In a world with such a high divorce rate, they are truly two of the lucky ones.
"Two Of The Lucky Ones" was released in 2001 on Hal's Lucky Man album. Though the song didn't chart, it's truly a special tune, beautifully performed by the two.
This romantic ballad is performed with so much heart and soul that you can literally feel the emotion pouring out of every lyric that is sung.
If I never see your face again,
If the world comes crashing to an end,
I'll always know for once we had it all.
After all the times that we've been burned,
finally baby it's our turn.
You and I can say we were once,
two of the lucky ones
Dolly knows that they're very blessed in marriage. In an interview with PEOPLE, Dolly says, "They say that opposites attract, and it's true. We're completely opposite, but that's what makes it fun. I never know what he's gonna say or do. He's always surprising me." She goes on to say how Carl is a good man that constantly makes her laugh and is always entertaining her.
Hal, who is famous for his songs, "Small Town Saturday Night" and "Five O'Clock World", truly has a voice that blends phenomenally with Dolly's timeless vocals. This passionate and tender tribute will have you reaching for your own loved one.
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