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Playlists for Delivery Room 2008-09-23 05:00:32

babysugar Diaries: Help a Mama Out

Sugar mamas have once again proved to be a wealth of information! A while back, I asked you to suggest some songs for my delivery room experience. So far, I've got the following:

  • "Beautiful Boy" by John Lennon
  • "God Only Knows" by the Beach Boys
  • "Blackbird" by the Beatles
  • "Lullabye" by the Dixie Chicks
  • "Little Star" by Madonna
  • "Another Sunny Day" and "If She Wants Me" by Belle and Sebastian

Keep sending me the love with song recommendations in comments below. Next week, I'll compile a full list for all of you to share.
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gincase gincase 9 years
We rocked out to Green Day, Ani Difranco, Amy Winehouse and Kanye West.
Ericka Ericka 9 years
I threw in "Burning Ring of Fire" by Johnny Cash to add a little humor and break up the array of sweet songs.
tigerlily10 tigerlily10 9 years
"Go On" by Jack Johnson "Somewhere over the rainbow" by Israel Kamakawiwo'ole
codewhiz codewhiz 9 years
"Maternity Ward" by Art Brut.
kelpie17 kelpie17 9 years
I had a few I loved on my labor mix: "Things We've Handed Down" - Marc Cohn "I Will Keep the Bad Things From You" - Damnwells "Gracie" - Ben Folds "Woman' Work" - Kate Bush
LaDolceVita LaDolceVita 9 years
"My Baby You" by Marc Anthony - LOVE IT!
SugarKim4203 SugarKim4203 9 years
If you're having a girl, I'm a fan of "Isn't She Lovely" by Stevie Wonder. "A Whole New World" from Aladdin "I Hope You Dance"
redsilkshoes redsilkshoes 9 years
The first line of Dare You to Move by Switchfoot- "Welcome to the planet, welcome to existance" just does it for me everytime. When my babies were born, I'd sing that to them every chance I got to hold them (they were preemie twins). and naturally I'd sob.
Renees3 Renees3 9 years
Isn't She Lovely - Stevie Wonder! Such a sweet sweet song.
aistea311 aistea311 9 years
"Hallelujah" by Jeff Buckley :) skigurl
bluepuppybites bluepuppybites 9 years
Martina McBride's "In My Daughter's Eyes" if you're having a girl, I get sentimental every time I hear it. Also Fireflies by Faith Hill. I don't know if those are exactly delivery room songs by they calm me down and my colicky girl after she was born,
a-nonny-mouse a-nonny-mouse 9 years
You might try "A New Day Has Come" by Celine Dion. It's not my usual type of music, but this song continues to resonate with me ever since I conceived after years of infertility.
Annika2494003 Annika2494003 9 years
As soon as my little guy was born the song "Mint Car" by The Cure popped into my head. The lyrics in the song were so relevant to how I was feeling at the time and now it will always be my song for him.
skigurl skigurl 9 years
that slow halleluia song...not sure what it's about but its very relaxing and open arms by mariah carey and butterfly kisses by bob carlisle
meandtheo meandtheo 9 years
"I could hold you in my arms" by Ray Lamontagne "heavenly Day" Patty Griffin two of the most beautiful songs, i have used them both for video montages of my little one...
Mystofflyn Mystofflyn 9 years
I'm having a boy, and one of them on my playlist is the acoustic cover of "Simple Man." Shinedown did the cover in two versions, the acoustic is much better.
roxtarchic roxtarchic 9 years
someone like you, van morrison (soundtrak of bridget jones diary)
Mykie7 Mykie7 9 years
Corny as it may be, my favorite was Angel of the morning by Juice Newton.
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