The Netflix series Dolly Parton's Heartstrings plays out eight of Dolly's iconic songs into mini-movies for the streaming giant. The song "I Will Always Love you" was made famous by Whitney Houston after Elvis Presley actually wanted to record it in the seventies. Parton shared her experiences on Late Night with Seth Meyers:

"Colonel Tom [Elvis' manager] said I had to give away half the publishing, because Elvis didn't record anything unless he had half the publishing. I told him I couldn't do it, because I was leaving that [the money] for my family..." 

Dolly Parton: "I was so flattered, so honored and so lucky..."

Whitney Houston's version was released on The Bodyguard soundtrack two decades later. It became one of the best-selling singles of all time.

"I was so flattered, so honored and so lucky that she did it, because the song didn't sound like that when I had it." 

However, she didn't let "The King of Rock and Roll" go home empty handed...Find out all about it in the video!