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.

ID: 3063494

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

Originally done by The Script.

ID: 3063525

3. “Jolene,” Zac Brown Band

Originally written and performed by Ray LaMontagne.

ID: 3063623

4. “All I Want,” Ellie Goulding

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

ID: 3063668

5. “Free Fallin’,” John Mayer

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Originally done by Tom Petty.

ID: 3063679

6. “What Makes You Beautiful,” The 1975

Originally done by One Direction.

ID: 3063701

7. “We Can’t Stop,” Bastille

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Originally performed by Miley Cyrus.

ID: 3063765

8. “Drunk In Love,” Ed Sheeran

Originally performed by Beyoncé.

ID: 3063839

9. “Latch,” Kodaline

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

ID: 3063882

10. “The Boxer,” Mumford and Sons

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

ID: 3063901

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