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The Ten Best Birthing Songs Ever

by | 28th, January 2009

CHARLOTTE Church delivers the customary celebrity post-natal blow-by-blow and reveals that throughout the birth she listened to Phil Collins.

Church says he was plugged into lover Gavin’s iPod and when the song In The Air Tonight came on, out flew Dexter.

Might Church have stumbled on an alternative drug-free therapy? Make a pain somewhere else in the body – in this instance, the ears – greater then the pain elsewhere?

True enough, the baby’s first earthly sounds will not be mum’s comforting screams but the soft rock of Collins, but you take your chances. We will only understand the perils of such exposure when Dexter grows up and expresses himself by rolling up the sleeves on his linen jacket and shaving his head into a sharp widow’s peak.

Anorak has passed this news on to our resident scientists and by the process of playing a stereo in the vicinity of Poole General Hospital they and we now bring you the…

Ten Best Birthing Songs Ever!

In The Air Tonight – Phil Collins

 Terry Jacks – Seasons in the Sun

Bo Donaldson & the Heywoods – Who Do you Think You Are

Captain & Tenille – Muskrat Love

Bobby Goldsboro – Honey

Sammy Johns – Chevy Van

Debbie Boone – You Light Up My Life

Billy Joel – Say Goodbye To Hollywood

Bette Midler -The Rose

The Beatles – Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da

Bonus Track!

Richard Harris- McArthur Park

The compilation – Now That’s What I Call Fast!! – will be available my mail order from the usual address…

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