"I don't know what's more upsetting": Wife turns recording of husband's snoring into a hit song
What would you do if you could no longer stand your partner’s snoring? A woman has come up with a daring solution – record the snoring sound, turn it into a song and release it on popular music platforms around the globe.
After getting fed up by the noise her husband Dave made every night, the English woman turned the recorded the sound of his snoring into an “'80s movie-style dramatic theme song” she titled Dave Don’t Snore.
The song has become an unexpected hit, with the streaming numbers continuing to climb.
The woman made her husband Dave a certificate when the snoring song passed 30,000 streams on music platforms in June.
I don’t know what’s more upsetting, that my wife uploaded my snoring to spotify, that 44,000 people have listened to it, or that she took the time to release an instrumental version! pic.twitter.com/EfBktLpDXy
— Dave (@DaveApnea) July 16, 2019
“I don’t know what’s more upsetting, that my wife uploaded my snoring to Spotify, that 44,000 people have listened to it, or that she took the time to release an instrumental version!” Dave wrote on Twitter in July.
At the time of writing, the song has received more than 154,488 streams on Spotify and over 62,000 plays on YouTube.
This week, the song reached number 17 in the Singapore Viral 50 chart on Spotify.
— Duck Mischief (@DuckMischief) August 4, 2019
The viral song also fuelled more follow-ups Dave Also Plays a Mean Flute and Dave Found His Old Synthesizer.