By Nolan Feeney
February 16, 2016

She’s five decades into her career, but Loretta Lynn isn’t stopping anytime soon.

The country icon is about to release her first album in more than a decade, and you can hear one of the songs now exclusively at TIME ahead of the record’s March 4 release.

The album, titled Full Circle, features songs Lynn sang as a child but never recorded during her lengthy and groundbreaking career. “I’ve always been writing new songs and recording them, and I never got back to the songs I did when I was a little girl that mommy had taught me,” she tells TIME. “I wanted the kids to know what I sang when I was a kid.”

In addition to childhood favorites and new songs like “Who’s Gonna Miss Me” and “Lay Me Down”, the album—which was produced by John Carter Cash, the son of Johnny Cash and June Carter, whom Lynn used to babysit while his parents performed—also includes new versions of old songs like “Everybody Wants to Go to Heaven,” which originally appeared on Lynn’s 1965 album Hymns. Listen below:

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