More than 40 years later, Dolly Parton is clocking back in with her workplace anthem, "9 to 5," this time as a duet with Kelly Clarkson. The original version of the song appeared in the 1980 comedy of the same name and earned a nominated for Best Original Song at the 53rd Oscars.

This new version was recorded for the documentary Still Working 9 to 5, which looks back on the film's lasting legacy and at workplace inequality today. The doc features interviews with original stars Parton, Jane Fonda, and Lily Tomlin — who played co-workers who turn the tables on their sexist, egotistical, lying, hypocritical bigot of a boss — as well as Rita Moreno (who starred in the '80s sitcom adaptation) and Allison Janney and Megan Hilty (from the 2009 Broadway version).

Clarkson and Parton's duet isn't the toe-tapping, upbeat version of yesteryear, but a touch moodier and more melancholic. Press play on the track now:

"Nobody sings like Kelly Clarkson. She makes any song come alive," Parton said in a press release for the song. "I love her voice on '9 to 5' and I am so proud I got to sing with her on it. I'm equally as proud of the wonderful arrangement and production by [producer] Shane McAnally."

For her part, Clarkson said, "I am so honored that Dolly asked me to reimagine this iconic song with her! She is so talented, an inspiration to all women, and one of the sweetest people you will ever meet! I hope y'all like what we did, but even if you don't, remember I got to sing a duet with the magical Dolly Parton, and now have bragging rights til the end of time!"

Still Working 9 to 5 opens in select theaters on Sept. 16. Watch the trailer below.


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