On Oct. 14, 2003, Sugar Hill Records released a multi-artist Dolly tribute album entitled "Just Because I'm a Woman: The Songs of Dolly Parton," named after her 1968 song and album of the same name. The album included cover versions of Dolly’s songs from an impressive and diverse list of stars--
The album’s last song is Dolly’s re-recorded version of the title song.
Shania Twain and Alison Krauss' version of Dolly's song, "Coat of Many Colors" received a GRAMMY nomination for Country Collaboration With Vocals. Emmylou Harris said of the album and Dolly,
"I believe it is the poet in Dolly, the songs that pour out from her soul and into our grateful waiting hearts that have both anchored and lifted her over the years... This is perhaps her most enduring legacy as an artist and the one we celebrate here with this album. Dolly you done good."
Dolly’s reaction to the album and the contributions of so many young artists reflected her usual good humor and perspective,
"With all these young people (around), I had this joke I've been kidding them with... I said, 'Hell, I was already into plastic surgery when you were still sleeping on plastic sheets!'"