10 Song Covers That Are Better Than The Original

OK, maybe they’re not better, but they’re just as good as the original.

1. “You Got Me,” Ingrid Michaelson (feat. Storyman)

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Originally written by Storyman, however, Michaelson wrote an additional verse and added them onto the track found on her album.

2. “The Man Who Can’t Be Moved,” Straight No Chaser

Originally done by The Script.

3. “Jolene,” Zac Brown Band

Originally written and performed by Ray LaMontagne.

4. “All I Want,” Ellie Goulding

Originally by Kodaline. Their version appears on The Fault In Our Stars’s soundtrack

5. “Free Fallin’,” John Mayer

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Originally done by Tom Petty.

6. “What Makes You Beautiful,” The 1975

Originally done by One Direction.

7. “We Can’t Stop,” Bastille

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Originally performed by Miley Cyrus.

8. “Drunk In Love,” Ed Sheeran

Originally performed by Beyoncé.

9. “Latch,” Kodaline

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Originally by Disclosure (feat. Sam Smith). Kodaline’s version also appears on their own album.

10. “The Boxer,” Mumford and Sons

Original song by Simon and Garfunkel. Mumford and Sons’ version appears on their own album.

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