67 Days of Life: Pro-life Song List, Part II
I had a substantive post for today planned, and then life took over. So you get more pro-life songs to get you through the weekend. The first one was sent to us after the last time we posted on pro-life songs. The song is “Can I Live?” by Nick Cannon from 2005. It is a song that is a semi-autobiographical account of how Cannon’s mother decided not to have an abortion.
Next we go waaaay back to 1986 and “Abortion” by Doug E. Fresh & the Get Fresh Crew A pro-life rap song that describes abortion as a “distortion” and states the “world’s morals are out of proportion.” When first released the song was banned from the radio.
And from the great year of 1976 “Adiós, mamá” by Trigo Limpio. A Spanish-language song written from the perspective of a fetus that comes to terms with the news the woman carrying it intends to have an abortion.
I didn’t say they were all toe tappers folks. Have a good weekend!