I'm Having Their Baby is a deep and emotional six-part docu-series that reveals the story that often goes untold – that of young, pregnant women as they struggle to go through with the most difficult decision of their lives, whether or not to place their babies for adoption. These would-be moms want a brighter future for their unborn child as well as better life for themselves, but face a mountain of inner turmoil as they search for potential adoptive parents as well as make their birth and transfer plans.

I'm Having Their Baby - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2012-07-23

I'm Having Their Baby - (You're) Having My Baby - Netflix

“(You're) Having My Baby” is a song written and recorded in 1974 by Canadian singer Paul Anka. Recorded as a duet with female vocalist Odia Coates, the song became Anka's first No. 1 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 in 15 years, since 1959's “Lonely Boy”. The song became a Gold record.

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Around the same time “(You're) Having My Baby” was climbing the Hot 100, a female country vocalist named Sunday Sharpe recorded a cover version called “I'm Having Your Baby.” With lyrics altered to the female perspective, “I'm Having Your Baby” peaked at No. 11 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart in October 1974. The Coolies covered “Having My Baby” in 1986 on their first album, dig..? on DB Records. While Anka's version of “Having My Baby” received criticism, Coolies lead singer Clay Harper takes it to another level during a brief spoken interlude at the end of the song in which he reveals that she is not the only woman in town having his baby. Thus, he must leave town. An excerpt from the song was recorded by the Circle Jerks in the 1983 medley “Golden Shower of Hits (Jerks on 45)”. The song was also covered on November 18, 2009 episode of Glee.

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