When you hear the lyrics, "I fought the law and the law won," which artist comes to mind? If you're musically inclined, a certain English punk-rock band likely pops into your head. And the crunchy guitar riffs and raw power of "American Woman" probably conjure the image of a flashy rock star and his Flying V guitar. But get this, neither tune was written by the artist you associate the song with.
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Are you the kind of person who listens to a song on repeat until you're completely sick of it? Uh, same. It's such a tragedy to turn yourself off of your own favorite song. But there is a killer life hack you can use to play your faves as many times as possible without getting tired of them: YouTube covers.
Kelly Clarkson has been killing it in the covers department lately. Well, she kind of always has, but now that she's back on tour, we get to experience new covers on a regular basis. But Kelly isn't the only artist who can slay another artist's song -- from Ed Sheeran to Demi Lovato to Sam Smith, there are countless covers that are worthy of a listen.