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Do These 10 Songs Have Hidden Childbirth Meaning?

By Danielle |

And many more!

Ever listen to a song and think to yourself — damn, it sounds like they were talking about childbirth, or even labor, when they wrote that song?

I get that a lot — or at least looking for alternative meaning in the simplest songs. With all the strange musicians out there today I would not be surprised at all!

When I was pregnant with Addison I went back into my archives for a hysterical play list I used when I was in labor with my middle son, Benjamin and shared it with the readers on Being Pregnant.  A lot of the readers there got a great laugh!

Now that I am no longer pregnant and don’t plan on expecting any time soon it is hysterical to look back on the songs and think of all the different subliminal messages in the midst of these popular hits.

Feel free to share the songs you have caught hidden meaning in as well!

This could totally make for a fun discussion!

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10 Songs with Hidden Birth and Parenting Meaning

Push It by Salt n Pepa

How could this not be the best labor and delivery song?
Ahhhh.... push it! Push it good!
Download Push It on Amazon!

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2 thoughts on “Do These 10 Songs Have Hidden Childbirth Meaning?

  1. Erica says:

    Rocky was popular in 1976 and New Kids on the Block was popular in 1988 and 1989. Just sayin

  2. Leigh says:

    Dude, when they kept telling me I was going to feel like my vag was a ring of fire, I laughed in their faces because all I kept thinking of was that song.

    …….FYI it never felt like a ring of fire. IT JUST HURTS A LOT.

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