'Pink' Superstars Dolly Parton, Monica, Sara Evans, And More Sing To Save Lives

'Pink' Superstars Dolly Parton, Monica, Sara Evans, And More Sing To Save Lives

Listen to Dolly Parton, Monica, Sara Evans, and others sing this new song called ‘Pink’ in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

“Someday pink will just be a color, not a ribbon to remember, a best friend or a mother
Someday you won't have to put a wig on and a baseball cap will just be a hat
Not somethin' to hide under 'cause your hair is gone, someday's comin' any day
You gotta believe without seeing, you gotta keep going, keep breathing
When you face a day that feels like you're gonna break, lean on the ones that love you
The guardian angels above you, and think about when pink was just another color”

On the singer Monica’s YouTube page, the caption of the video talks about the song and the people involved in making it. “Monica teams up with Dolly Parton, Jordin Sparks, Sara Evans and Rita Wilson for their song “Pink”. It was so meaningful to record with these superstars during #BreastCancerAwarenessMonth, especially since a portion of the proceeds from the song will be donated to Susan G. Komen in support of their mission to save lives from this disease. “Pink” is now available everywhere. Listen now and share it with friends!”

The video starts off in black and white, with just the color pink being shown. Then at the end of the video when the song starts to build, the video turns into full color. The video also shows people holding up pictures of people that they love that were diagnosed with breast cancer.

What a powerful song performed by such talented singers!

“I am a 11-year Breast Cancer survivor and this song brought me to tears! Way to go, ladies,” comments one person on YouTube after watching the video. “I pray there will be a cure soon so others don’t have to endure what I and others have had to. I am richly blessed to be alive today.”

“What a beautiful and powerful song! As a breast cancer survivor and the daughter of a breast cancer survivor, every word rang true and brought tears flowing down my cheeks,” writes another person online. “What a beautiful song for Breast Cancer Awareness Month!! Thank you, ladies!”

May we all pray for a cure to breast cancer and thank God for all those who have beat it!

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