Dolly Parton teases new uplifting track When Life Is Good Again that she recorded during quarantine
Legendary country crooner Dolly Parton put her soaring soprano pipes to good use while confined to her Nashville mansion by recording a new uplifting song called When Life Is Good Again.
‘[I’m] following all the social distancing rules, living on faith. I’m still working like always, trying to bring some light anywhere that I can,’ Dolly told People of the quarantine last month.
First listen! Legendary country crooner Dolly Parton put her soaring soprano pipes to good use while confined to her Nashville mansion by recording a new uplifting song called When Life Is Good Again (pictured May 17)
‘Available everywhere this Thursday!’ In the four-minute track, the 74-year-old national treasure vows to be a more thoughtful person once the coronavirus pandemic passes
‘God is looking out for us. We will come out on the other side of this, and we’re all going to be better people for it. Take care of each other from afar and continue to send love to your friends, family, and everyone suffering.’
Parton previously made a $1M donation toward researching the fast-spreading respiratory illness at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville back on April 1.
And on April 2, the nine-time Grammy winner launched Imagination Library‘s 10-week series featuring herself reading children’s books for stir-crazy kids being homeschooled.
As of Wednesday, there have been an eye-popping 5.6M confirmed COVID-19 cases worldwide leading to over 355K deaths – according to Johns Hopkins University.