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Cover Songs #2

We give you the song, plus one cover version. Name the musician or band that recorded the original.
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Last updated: December 4, 2018
First submittedAugust 7, 2018
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Song
Cover
Original
Iron Man
The Cardigans
Black Sabbath
Ring of Fire
Social Distortion
Johnny Cash
Africa
Weezer
Toto
How I Could Just Kill a Man
Rage Against the Machine
Cypress Hill
Tainted Love
Soft Cell
Gloria Jones
Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)
Marilyn Manson
Eurythmics
Turn the Page
Metallica
Bob Seger
Come Together
Aerosmith
The Beatles
Nothing Compares 2 U
Sinead O'Connor
Prince
Blue Monday
Orgy
New Order
Song
Cover
Original
Oh, Pretty Woman
Van Halen
Roy Orbison
Live and Let Die
Guns N' Roses
Wings
Hooked on a Feeling
Blue Swede
B.J. Thomas
Stayin' Alive
Ozzy Osbourne & Dweezil Zappa
The Bee Gees
Bad Company
Five Finger Death Punch
Bad Company
Who Do You Love?
George Thorogood and the Destroyers
Bo Diddley
Blinded By the Light
Manfred Mann's Earth Band
Bruce Springsteen
Sympathy for the Devil
Guns N' Roses
Rolling Stones
I'm a Believer
Smash Mouth
The Monkees
It's My Life
No Doubt
Talk Talk
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level 44
Aug 8, 2018
I love rock n' roll is originally by The Arrows and Whisky in the jar is an irish traditional song
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level 67
Aug 8, 2018
Didn't realize that about I Love Rock n Roll. I did know about Whiskey in the Jar but was gonna leave it in anyway, but if I've gotta change one I might as well change both.
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level 43
Aug 28, 2018
Not being familiar with Orgy or New Order, but is this Blue Monday the same recording as Fats Domino?
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level 67
Aug 28, 2018
Definitely not the same song. I actually don't know why the New Order song was called Blue Monday, since neither of those words appears in the lyrics and nothing about the song other than the title has anything to do with Mondays.