Transcript for Bob Dylan's Handwritten Lyrics Sell for Over $2M
We were hoping. And nows." We begin with this, a lot of money blowing in the wind yesterday. Auction buyers tangled up in green, not blue, over the lyrics for I don't kn"like a rolling stone" selling for more than $2 million. The highest ever for a pop music transport. It was written in 1965, it's the only known original draft of the folk rock anthem. Which is why it was knocking on heaven's door. Well-played. Thank you, applause, please, applause. There's a more affordable piece up for sale, frank Sinatra's first driver's license, issued in New Jersey, New Jersey, get it? Not New York, New York. It's at $2141, and if you're a fan of old blue eyes, get in there. And a cool announcement from us, ABC news. We are now on apple TV. It's a new way to get "Gma" and the content on ABC news, live and on demand. One click on apple TV allowing you to control the news you get. ABC and David Muir there showing you how it works. Special cameo appearance by the best hair in the business. You can choose to find out what's happening in Nigeria or North Carolina from local, international news, streaming live. Plus 50 years worth of historical footage from the ABC archives. And the best part, no pay TV subscription required. That's innovative, and we're excited to share it. It's the heart that makes it. Yeah. The heart and then the hair. And the apple TV is cool too. Also this morning, the Massachusetts state department of transportation is putting the region's accent to good use. Last month they launched the use Ya blinkah campaign to promote safe drive. And now asking residents to submit messages to combat road rage, distracted driving and encourage seat belt use. Wicked awesome drivedrivers. One said keep caum in your car. We'll talk to mark Wahlberg. He's from Massachusetts. Thalks it.
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