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a recording of a song that was first recorded or made popular by somebody else

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Grey Funnel Line was one of his most popular and widely covered songs, including a version by Emmylou Harris.
By manifesto, they "covered" the civil rights movement just as Ricky Nelson covered songs by Little Richard.
On his fourth solo album, I'll Take Care of You, Lanegan covered songs by artists who influenced and inspired him over the years such as Jeffrey Lee Pierce of the Gun Club, Buck Owens and the Leaving Trains, among others.
The duo were rejoined on stage by Northern Irish support artist Ben Glover for a three part harmonised version of one of her most covered songs Mercy Now.
Singers covered songs by Gracie Fields, Arthur Askey, Marlene Dietrich and everyone had a good sing-a-long while dancing the jitter-bug and boogie woogie.
After Boone released an album titled ``In a Metal Mood,'' in which he covered songs by such hard-rockers as Alice Cooper, Deep Purple and Metallica, there was some confusion, Hayford said.
The band - endorsed by Pink Floyd - covered songs off The Wall, Dark Side Of The Moon and Pulse.
His set covered songs from Bella - the jaunty The One I Can't Have, Home and Looking For A Girl, mixed in with his well-crafted hits IWish ItWas Over, I Should Get Up and In My Arms.
1975 Tammy Wynette - Stand by Your Man TAMMY Wynette and Billy Sherrill's classic song of suffering and fidelity became one of the most covered songs in the history of country music.
The first full cover album was in 1984 "The Great Pretender" in which Dolly covered songs from the late 50's and early 60's.
Sporting a nice little kilt-skirt for the occasion, Laura's set covered songs from her two fine albums.
He was criticized for having covered songs by African-American artists, whose own records were often limited to African-American audiences.
1 singles from this week, with Jade Wright 1965 Roger Miller - King of the Road Written and originally recorded by country singer Roger Miller, King of the Road went on to be one of the most covered songs of all time.
And the tune is still going strong, with a Performing Rights Society poll of live artists putting it in the top ten of the UK's most covered songs.
The 1984 album Various Positions included Hallelujah, which has since become one of Cohen's best-known, best-loved and most frequently covered songs.