Dolly Parton Teams Up with Måneskin for Rock Version of 'Jolene' — Listen!

The song is featured on a special expanded version of her new album 'Rockstar'

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Dolly Parton, Måneskin's Victoria De Angelis and Thomas Raggi

Dolly Parton is giving "Jolene" a rock 'n' roll twist.

On Sunday, the country icon, 77, revealed she'd be sharing an expanded version of her new album Rockstar, which was released on Nov. 17.

In an Instagram post, Parton announced a pair of bonus tracks for her latest LP.

“Surprise! Did you all think I was done?" she quipped in the caption of the post alongside a photo of the singer in an all black leather ensemble on a motorcycle. "I’m giving you not one but TWO more ‘Rockstar’ bonus tracks. Download “Two Tickets to Paradise” and “Jolene” (feat. @maneskinofficial) now exclusively on my website ⚡."

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The "Coat of Many Colors" musician joined forces with Måneskin for an edgier rendition of her 1973 classic "Jolene" and covered Eddie Money's 1977 “Two Tickets to Paradise."

The two tracks are available only if you purchase the "download exclusive version" of Rockstar through the Grammy-winning artist's website.

Although the full version is solely available there, Parton share a clip of the new rendition of "Jolene" and footage of her and Måneskin working in the studio on social media.

The snippet still features the twang of the original version, but the Italian glam rockers bring more of a theatrical flair to the chorus.

On Friday, Parton shared her highly anticipated, rock-inspired album Rockstar, which she released in part because she was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The massive 30-track project is full of both originals and covers of rock classics. For the project, she enlisted  Lizzo and her flute — known among fans and featured as Sasha Flute — for a nearly-eight-minute cover of Led Zeppelin's “Stairway to Heaven.” To close out the record, she and Lynyrd Skynyrd teamed up on their classic “Free Bird.”

Also featured on Rockstar are fellow legends like Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Elton John, Joan JettMiley Cyrus, Pink and Brandi Carlile.

Last year, Parton spoke to PEOPLE ahead of her induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame about her vision for a rock project — which she then officially announced in May of this year.

<p>Christopher Polk/Variety via Getty</p> Dolly Parton

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Dolly Parton

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"I'm gonna have to live up to it if I'm gonna be in the Hall of Fame," she said at the time, "so I'm gonna go ahead and do a rock 'n' roll album, and I'm gonna pull people from the rock 'n' roll field to sing with me on it. … I'm gonna actually pull on some of the greats and do a lot of the great rock songs."

Parton also said she planned on making Rockstar with her husband Carl Thomas Dean in mind. "I'm doing the rock 'n' roll album because of him," she added. "I had often thought about doing a rock 'n' roll album for him with his favorite songs. And so when this all came about, I decided that I am gonna go ahead and do it. … It was just the perfect storm. OK, it's time."

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