Unborn Child is the sixth studio album by American pop/folk duo Seals and Crofts. It included two low-charting singles, the title track (which reached #66) and "The King of Nothing", which reached #60. The album's title track was deemed controversial at the time because of its pro-life stance. As a result pro-choice advocates boycotted the album and the duo's concerts.
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