Crystal Gayle will release You Don’t Know Me, her first album in 16 years, on Sept. 6. The 15-track project has the singer covering country standards as well as teaming up with her sisters, Loretta Lynn and Peggy Sue, on a cover of Dolly Parton’s “Put It Off Until Tomorrow,” which Billboard premieres exclusively today (Sept. 4).
The heartbreaking piano ballad has Gayle singing of a man who did her wrong alongside stunning harmonies from Lynn and Sue. Originally penned by Parton with her uncle, Bill Owens, the song was first recorded by Bill Phillips in 1966 with backing harmonies by Parton herself.
“I am honored that my sisters, Loretta Lynn and Peggy Sue, wanted to sing with me on my new album,” Gayle tells Billboard. “‘Put It Off Until Tomorrow’ is one of our favorites and it's a song that we have performed together many times in concert. Dolly Parton and Bill Owens -- Dolly's uncle -- wrote this song, and I love the original hit by Bill Phillips with Dolly singing harmony.”