Transcript for Dolly Parton drops new song ‘When Life Is Good Again’
else that makes us smile, "Pop news" with Lara Spencer. Hey, Lara. Hi, Michael. Hey, Amy, good morning to all of you. We're going to begin today with some great news. Country queen dolly parton, the legend has been working 9 to 5 and then some. She dropped a brand-new song she just wrote it herself. It's called "When life is good again." Take a listen. Open up our hearts and let the whole world in let's try to make amends when life is good again "When life is good again" all about the challenges people are facing in this unsettling time and finding the silver lining. In one line dolly sings she promises to be more thoughtful and in the moment when life is good again. Assuring listeners that we will get to the other side of this and there can be great lessons to take away from the pandemic. By the way, this isn't the only gift from dolly. In April she launched a web series called "Good night with dolly" where she reads to children and donated $1 million to Vanderbilt university to fund research the school is doing on finding a cure for the virus. One thing is for sure life is good when dolly is in it. And for anyone who relies on lipreading to understand what people are saying, masks are a problem. But some very thoughtful and creative employees at a Best Buy in Pennsylvania came up with a great solution. They did it for Dennis Perry, the general manager who is hard of hearing. When he heard everyone had to wear masks, threw's seeing it. The story is when he heard everyone was wearing masks he was nervous he wouldn't be able to do nis job. They came up with these. They are custom face masks with clear vinyl panels and can you see people's mouths through them. Perry saying, quote, it has been a godsend to be able to communicate with my staff. Perry also says that there is another benefit being able to see people's smiles. Couldn't agree more. Do miss seeing more of those. Finally a bigfoot sighting, everyone, in an unlikely place. The creature apparently likes creature comforts spotted not just once but several times making himself at home in Felton, California. This real estate listing catches bigfoot in his natural habitat reading, making cookie, even doing yoga. Real estate Daniel Oster cannot confirm it is a sasquatch sighting but his listing is getting a ton of looks racking up 500,000 so far. He says we hope it would bring a bit of levity to those on a home buying adventure. The price, just shy of $1 million. And, robin -- Ooh. Robin, where are you? Do you have that little man Lucas out there? He is knocked out. He's in the hallway. He's out. But I got to give you two thumbs up. All the stories, I love dolly's new song. Those masks really, I mean, it choked me up seeing that and, of course, bigfoot. You had a trifecta this morning and with riva. Thank you. Always good. Always good.
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