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11/25/2014 02:28 pm ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

Mom Gives 'All About That Bass' A Breastfeeding Spin With 'All About That Breast'

Earlier this month, the Holderness family released "All About That Baste," a Thanksgiving-themed parody of "All About That Bass." Now, a mom from Pennsylvania has given the Meghan Trainor song a different kind of twist -- breastfeeding.

Singer-songwriter Lori Burke's "All About That Breast" is the ode to nursing you never knew you were missing. Inspired by the Holderness' parody video, Burke's re-write includes inspiring lines like "every ounce of milk is perfect you'll be nursing like a boss" and "at first you may struggle and want to give up the fight, but just stick with it and soon you and baby will be all right."

A mom to a 6-year-old and 8-year-old, Burke told the Erie Reader that she does not want to promote bottle-shaming. "I breastfed both but also bottle fed, pumped, used formula -- I did it all," she said "So I'm not trying to isolate moms who choose not to. I support all mothers and know that we all have to do what is best for our children and ourselves."

While the mom hopes her song will encourage other mothers to breastfeed and help new moms who are struggling with nursing, she also told the local newspaper that she would like to teach help teach people that "the female body is more important and functional than what the media -- advertisers -- wants us to believe. Boobs are there to feed us."

h/t PopSugar Moms

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