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Daily Mail reported that in a BBC documentary that is set to air this fall, the 73-year-old singer said that she’s “very protective” of her songs, explaining that’s why she refused to let Elvis cover the tune.“I Will Always Love You” was Dolly’s first number one hit on the US Country charts when she released it in 1974, and it was later famously covered by Whitney Houston in 1992. Colonel Tom wanted to have the potion on that song and I wouldn’t allow it because it was my most important copyright.” RELATED: Dolly Parton’s Husband Isn’t A Fan Of Her Music – ‘It’s A Touchy Subject’ “I’d already had a number one song myself, broke my heart because Elvis didn’t get to sing it but I had to hold onto it, and so I’ve just kind of been protective of my songs, like you are with your children through the years,” she continued. Elvis Presley.' And other people were saying, ' You're nuts. Something in my heart says, ' Don't do that. "I cried all night, because I already told everybody that Elvis was gonna record it.I was going to go down the studio and watch him record it, I'd never met him.I wanted to be seen, I wanted to be recognized, I wanted to be appreciated for what I do.” RELATED: Dolly Parton Shares the Holy Reason She and Carl Dean Never Had Kids While it’s sad that Elvis never got to cover “I Will Always Love You,” we can also certainly understand why Dolly is so protective over her own songs.We applaud her for being so open about this experience in the new documentary of her life.