Lily Allen's Emotional New Song Is About Losing Her Son

The singer suffered a miscarriage five years ago.

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Lily Allen lent her voice to the Pan soundtrack, and her moving song, "Something's Not Right," was inspired by losing her first child. The singer, who went on to have two daughters, was six months pregnant when she had complications leading to a miscarriage. She opened up about the experience on Twitter.

Allen included a link to the song, and asked fans to donate to Sands, a foundation that improves bereavement care for people affected by stillbirths.

Listen to "Something's Not Right" below, the heartbreaking lyrics of which include "They kept telling me that it was unlikely, All I had to do was keep you beside me."

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