Pregnancy

60 Inspiring Songs About Pregnancy

Team Peanut
Team Peanut6 months ago7 min read

Ready to put together your pregnancy playlist? From the moment you announce your pregnancy to after you give birth to your bundle, these inspiring songs about pregnancy will take you through.

Songs About Pregnancy

We’ve chosen songs about pregnancy, as well as songs that might be fun to listen to over this time.

Let’s start with some announcement ideas.

In this article: 📝

  • What is a good song to announce pregnancy?
  • What songs should I listen to while pregnant?
  • Songs about being pregnant
  • Songs about having a baby boy
  • Songs about having a baby girl

What is a good song to announce pregnancy?

We’ll kick off with the first song you’ll need on your pregnancy playlist — the one you use to announce your pregnancy.

It all depends on what kind of announcement you want to make.











Funny? Sweet? Tear-jerking? There’s really no one way to do this.

Here are our picks for a variety of flavors and a taste of their lyrics.

  1. “Best Day of My Life” — American Authors

I had a dream so big and loud
I jumped so high I touched the sky.

  1. “Three Little Birds” — Bob Marley

Don’t worry about a thing
‘Cause every little thing gonna be alright

  1. “(I Got You) I Feel Good” — James Brown

Wow! I feel good, I knew that I would, now
I feel good, I knew that I would, now
So good, so good, I got you

  1. “The Lucky Ones” — Tim Myers

Climb a ladder up to the top of the world
We’ll do it together
Ah ah ah
Ah ah ah
We’re the lucky ones

  1. “Happy” — Pharrell Williams

It might seem crazy what I am ’bout to say
Sunshine she’s here, you can take a break
I’m a hot air balloon that could go to space
With the air, like I don’t care, baby by the way
Because I’m happy
Clap along if you feel like a room without a roof
Because I’m happy

  1. “Walking on Sunshine” — Katrina and the Waves

I’m walking on sunshine, whoa
And don’t it feel good
Hey, all right now

  1. “Celebration” — Kool & the Gang

There’s a party goin’ on right here
A celebration to last throughout the years
So bring your good times, and your laughter too
We gonna celebrate your party with you
Come on now
Celebration
Let’s all celebrate and have a good time

  1. “We are Family” — Sister Sledge

We are family
I got all my sisters with me
We are family (get up, get up y’all)
Get up everybody and sing

  1. “Help” — The Beatles

I need somebody
(Help) not just anybody
(Help) you know I need someone, help

What songs should I listen to while pregnant?

Whatever songs make you feel good.

You’re probably feeling all sorts of things right now, from emotional highs and lows to, well, nausea and fatigue. Your favorite tunes can help you through all of it.

Studies have shown that music has all kinds of effects on your mood and sense of self — and the extra help can be really important as you go through this time.

But the benefits go further. Your baby may be enjoying those sweet sounds, too.

Somewhere around the 23rd week of pregnancy, your baby will be able to hear noises from the world outside.

That means, they might be enjoying your favorite tracks together with you.

Basically, this could be the very beginning of a long musical journey you will go through with your little one.

Consider this your first dance.

Plus, studies show that listening to music while you’re pregnant may have a positive impact on your baby when they are born.

In fact, exposure to music while in the womb may even have an effect on brain development.

When it comes to what to listen to, go with your gut.

You’re going to go through a lot of feelings over these nine months.

We’d say, choose the perfect fit for your current mood.

Songs about being pregnant

While not all of these songs were written about pregnancy, they certainly speak to the emotions you might be going through during this journey.

Some songs are about the big, sweet love you’re feeling.

Other tunes speak about the confusing magic that is pregnancy.

Know that whatever you’re feeling right now is the right way to feel — and we can almost guarantee you there’s a song for every turn.

  1. “A Mother’s Prayer” — Celine Dion
  2. “I Got You” — Ciara
  3. “Baby I Love You” — Aretha Franklin
  4. “With Arms Wide Open” — Creed
  5. “Haven’t Met You Yet” — Michael Bublé
  6. “Too Busy Thinking About My Baby” — Marvin Gaye
  7. “Ily (i love you baby)” — Surf Mesa
  8. “Miracle” — Foo Fighters
  9. “Lullaby” — the Dixie Chicks
  10. “One’s on the Way” — Loretta Lynn
  11. “My Little Girl” — Tim McGraw
  12. “My Baby Must Be A Magician” — The Marvelettes
  13. “Lions and Tigers” — Sleater Kenny
  14. “The Sweetest Gift” — Sade

Songs about having a baby boy

If you have a little boy on the way, here are some sweet songs to sing to him:

  1. “Beautiful Boy (Darling Boy)” — John Lennon
  2. “Sweet Child O’ Mine” — Guns ‘N Roses
  3. “Little Lion Man” — Mumford and Sons
  4. “To Zion” — Lauryn Hill
  5. “Speechless” — Alicia Keys
  6. “What I Never Knew I Always Wanted” — Carrie Underwood
  7. “Acapella” — Kelis
  8. “This Angel” — Jennifer Nettles
  9. “He Gets That From Me” — Reba McEntire
  10. “When You Need Me” — Bruce Springsteen
  11. “Sail to the Moon” — Radiohead
  12. “The One Thing” — Shakira
  13. “Gabriel and Me” — Joan Baez
  14. “Lullaby for Wyatt” — Sheryl Crow
  15. “Father, Son” — Peter Gabriel
  16. “My Baby” — Britney Spears
  17. “Child of Mine” — Carole King
  18. “Kooks” — David Bowie

Songs about having a baby girl

And these songs go out to that little girl that’s about to burst onto the scene:

  1. “My Girl” — The Temptations
  2. “Blue” — Beyoncé
  3. “Little Star” — Madonna
  4. “Isn’t She Lovely” — Stevie Wonder
  5. “My Little Girl” — Tim McGraw
  6. “My Baby” — The Temptations
  7. “I Hope You Dance” — Lee Ann Womack
  8. “Count on Me” — Bruno Mars
  9. “The Most Beautiful Girl in the World” — Prince
  10. “Daughters” — John Mayer
  11. “Baby Doll” — Tony!Toni!Toné!
  12. “Into My Arms” — Nick Cave
  13. “Sweet Pea” — Amos
  14. “Daddy’s Little Girl” — Kippi Brannon
  15. “In My Daughter’s Eyes” — Martina McBride
  16. “You Are My Baby” — Kimya Dawson
  17. “This Angel” — Jennifer Nettles
  18. “Lovin’ You” — Minnie Riperton
  19. “You Are My Sunshine” — Jimmie Davis

And why not tune into your Peanut community to see what they’re listening to?

All the best, mama.

🎵 More from the 411:
Classical Music for Babies: Does It Actually Help?
Your Pregnancy Week-by-Week Guide
Pregnancy Must-Haves: Top 10 Pregnancy Products by Peanut
Understanding Fetal Brain Development
5 Ways to Advocate for Yourself During Pregnancy and Postpartum
53 Empowering Pregnancy Affirmations
50 Amazing Pregnancy Quotes to Remember
21 Pregnancy Movies
Your Labor and Delivery Playlist
8 Baby Movies to Watch Right Now

Popular on the blog
Trending in our community

Get the free app

Download on the App Store
Download on the Playstore
  • Facebook
  • Instagram
  • Twitter
  • Pinterest