Dolly Parton’s New Song Gives Hope
Dolly Parton comes to the rescue again. She seems to always be what we need when we need it. I also have huge admiration for her because she had the incite early on to donate a million dollars to help the creation of the COVID vaccine. I wrote more about that about a month ago, check out details from that story here.
Now she is helping us get through the rest of this ridiculous 2020 year with some hope and light and inspiration through her vocal talents. Dolly Parton just released a bonus track from her new holiday album, “A Holly Dolly Christmas.” If you are human in 2020 I don't now how these lyrics could not resonate with you.
“Even though we're walking through the valley of death / Scared and wondering what happens next / Uncertainty, division, anger, and unrest / I still believe,” the 74-year-old singer-songwriter belts on the ballad. “Questions of what and why and when / What is it, what happened, when will it end? / These are strange and crazy times that we're living in / But I still believe.”
The responses to Dolly's song on social media are proving that it is what so many needed and that her “I Still Believe” message is right on the mark.
“Such a beautiful song,” one fan tweeted to the star. “I am in tears. This is what we need to hear right now. We need to keep believing.”
Another wrote, “I still believe too @DollyParton. We’ll dance and sing and be happy again!”
In the comments that accompany the song on YouTube, one fan added, “Thank you Dolly. That is the message of hope our world needs. This song should be on the play list of every radio station.”
Or as one enthusiastic supporter put it on Twitter at the time, "I want everyone to know that Dolly Parton gave us Buffy the tv series, the song 9 to 5, Dollywood, and of course the Covid vaccine."
Thank you Dolly for everything <3
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