5 Singing Doctors Stand Behind A Sheet. But When It Falls Down, I’m Left In Hysterics!

People working in the medical field have a hectic schedule. They are busy 24/7 and hardly find the time to indulge in other activities besides work. But these anesthetists somehow manage to devote time for their favorite pastime. They love singing. How they manage their profession and hobby is simply amazing!

The Laryngospasms, a musical parody group, is made up of four certified registered nurse anesthetists (CRNAs). They sang Neil Sedaka’s classic hit “Breaking Up Is Hard To Do” at Minneapolis School of Anesthesia student Christmas party in 1990. That was when they realized that they could make a parody of it named “Waking Up Is Hard To Do.”

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