Music Playlist for Labor and Delivery

Creating a music playlist for labor and delivery is a great way to keep your mind off the pain. If you’re looking for song ideas for your hospital room playlist, look no further. Here are a few more songs that will get you in the mood to bring baby into the world.

“Let’s Get It Started”

Artist: The Black Eyed Peas
Rationale: You’ve waited long enough to meet this little person.

“Under Pressure”

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Artist: Queen
Rationale: It often starts with a bit (or more than a bit) of pressure. Own it.

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“Breathe”

Artist: Michelle Branch
Rationale: Sometimes it’s the only thing you can do.

“You Shook Me All Night Long”

Artist: AC/DC
Rationale: For those long, into-the-night deliveries.

“The Sweet Escape”

Artist: Gwen Stefani
Rationale: The relief upon receipt of epidural is truly as the title says.

“Natural Woman”

Artist: Aretha Franklin
Rationale: Celebrate a natural birth with a fitting anthem.

“Eye of the Tiger”

Artist: Survivor
Rationale: Perfect pump-you-up song up for the next big contraction.

“Kick Drum Heart”

Artist: The Avett Brothers
Rationale: Peppy, upbeat tune that’s great for pushing your little “heart” into the world.

“Ring of Fire”

Artist: Johnny Cash
Rationale: Because, well, at a certain point that’s what it feels like.

“I’m Every Woman”

Artist: Chaka Khan
Rationale: You, like your sisters before you, are continuing the human race. No small feat.

“Beautiful Day”

Artist: U2
Rationale: This truly will rank up there as one of the best, most beautiful days of your life.

“Lullaby”

Artist: Dixie Chicks
Rationale: Lyrics like these: “Life began when I saw your face, and I hear your laugh like a serenade.”

“I Hope You Dance”

Artist: Lee Ann Womack
Rationale: You’ll cry – and it won’t be because of the pain.

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