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In popular music, a cover version or cover song, or simply cover, is a new performance or recording of a previously recorded, commercially released song by someone other than the original artist or composer.

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Awesome and appropriate language cover!! haha

Contributed by Alyssa Edwards

a fabulous cover done by Lindsey Sterling and Ventribe. One of the best covers done

Contributed by Alyssa Edwards

love the song, her voice, and the instruments.

Contributed by Angie Grant

out of all the versions of this song her voice really stood out, and is just amazingly beautiful.

Contributed by Angie Grant

There are so many good songs out there that make us want to sing along...or make our own version of it. When another artist takes a song and performs it themselves, it's called a cover. This particular group - known as Walk Off The Earth - did a cover of Gotye's Somebody That I Used To Know. While some covers sound very similar to the original, there are other artists that like to make the song their own and add their own effects. The use of one guitar between 5 people and great vocals on a popular song are what made this performance so highly rated.

Contributed by Ashley Phang

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