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"The Pill" is a country music song that was recorded by Loretta Lynn in December 1972. Released in 1975, it became one of her best known songs, though it was banned by rural radio stations in the United States.

USA censorship[]

This song was banned by many country radio stations in the United States due to references to birth control, which was and is still considered a risqué topic in rural areas.[1] However, it did become one of Loretta Lynn's biggest hit records and reached the top 5 singles charts in Canada.[2]

Where to find it uncensored[]

Modern music streaming services have the song available. It is also available on records and CDs.

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