"Fertility Doctor and Musician Son Collaborate on Inspirational Song and Video for Infertility Patients"
For most of us, babies just kind of happen sometimes, and we're like, "Oh well." But for some, it's not so easy. For those with poison-cobweb wombs or left-handed sperms, getting pregnant can be costly and emotional. Hark! Hope arrives on wings of song:
The Sher Institute for Reproductive Medicine (SIRM) announced the release of a new song and video inspired by and dedicated to couples dealing with infertility. The song, entitled "I Believe," was co-written and produced by Darren Sher, son of SIRM Founder and Executive Director Geoffrey Sher, MD.
I checked the thing out, and it's just what you'd expect: Christian AOR, only with baby longing substituted for Jesus longing. But if you're in the mood for a syrupy acoustic ballad with string sections and key changes and man/lady vocal harmonies, I've got good news: you're pregnant!
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: Big Hurt
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