Title: This Woman's Work
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This Woman's Work" is a song written and performed by the British singer Kate Bush. It was originally featured on the soundtrack of the American film She's Having a Baby (1988). The song was released as the second single from her album The Sensual World in 1989 and peaked at 25 in the UK Singles Chart. The lyric of "This Woman's Work" is about being forced to confront an unexpected and frightening crisis during the normal event of childbirth.
Maxwell's official music video for 'This Woman's Work'. Lyrics: Pray God you can cope I'll stand outside This woman's work This woman's world Oh it's hard on the man Now his part is over Now starts the craft of the Father. I know you've got a little life in you yet I know you've got a lot of strength left I know you've got a little life in you yet I know you've got a lot of strength left.
This Woman’s Work is about being forced to confront an unexpected and frightening crisis during the normal event of childbirth. Used in the movie She’s Having a Baby, director John Hughes used the song during the film’s dramatic climax, when Jake (Kevin Bacon) learns that the lives of his wife (Elizabeth McGovern) and their unborn child are in danger. As the song plays, we see a montage sequence of flashbacks showing the couple in happier times, intercut with shots of him waiting for news of Elizabeth and their baby’s condition.
This Woman's Work was originally written for the film "She's Having a Baby" from 1988, starring Kevin Bacon and Elizabeth McGovern, where it appears in the closing scene. The female character experiences complications while giving birth, and the camera follows the male character as he thinks back on their relationship, not knowing whether mother and child will survive. Deeper Understanding.
Walk Straight Down The Middle. This Woman's Work I. 7-1. The Empty Bullring. The eight discs are: "The Kick Inside" "Lionheart" "Never For Ever" "The Dreaming" "Hounds Of Love" "The Sensual World" "This Woman's Work I" "This Woman's Work II". Other Versions (5 of 7) View All. Cat.
This Woman's Work, released by EMI in 1990, collects Bush's first six studio releases supplemented by two full-length discs of bonus material. Manufactured and released simultaneously in the . Canada, and Japan, the Japanese release is the collector's best bet for superior packaging and sound quality. Startling and even overwhelming at times, the album is rife with experimentation. Bush's vocal delivery and lyrics transcend anything she has done before or since. From the otherworldly darkness and bewildering rage of "Get Out of My House" to the quirky, fairy garden sounds of "Suspended in Gaffa," The Dreaming is a display of the artist at full tilt, all synapses firing toward a thematic, visionary end. Hounds of Love is Bush's most commercially successful album, and for good reason
The Fog Reaching Out Heads We’re Dancing Deeper Understanding Between a Man and a Woman Never Be Mine Rocket’s Tail Rocket’s Tail This Woman’s Work Walk Straight Down the Middle The Empty Bullring Ran Tan Waltz Passing Through Air December Will Be Magic Again Warm and Soothing Lord of the Reedy River Ne t’en fui pas Ne. t’enfuis pas Un baiser d’enfant Under the Ivy Burning Bridge My Lagan Love The Handsome Cabin Boy Not This Time Walk Straight Down the Middle Be Kind to My Mistakes I’m Still Waiting Ken One Last Look Around the House Before We Go. Wuthering Heights (new vocal) Experiment IV T. .
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|EM 119||Kate Bush||This Woman's Work (7", Single)||EMI||EM 119||UK||1989|
|EMPD 119||Kate Bush||This Woman's Work (7", Pic, TP)||EMI||EMPD 119||UK||1989|
|006 20 3612 7, 006-20 3612 7||Kate Bush||This Woman's Work (7")||EMI, EMI Electrola||006 20 3612 7, 006-20 3612 7||Europe||1989|
|EMPD 119||Kate Bush||This Woman's Work (7", Single, Ltd, Pic)||EMI||EMPD 119||UK||1989|
|12EM 119||Kate Bush||This Woman's Work (12")||EMI||12EM 119||UK||1989|