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Favourite cover versions of songs...

I feel like a lot of songs that I listen to and think of when I hear this question are British folk songs, which means technically they aren't really covers even though I may associate them as such.

Alas, here's an actual cover I do know of:
59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy) - Harper's Bizarre (originally Simon and Garfunkle)

Harper's Bizarre's use of woodwinds (my favorite section of instruments!) in that album is amazing and thus I love this cover as well.
Mccartney has done lots of great covers on choba cccp and run devil run but I think my favourite is actually Sophie Ellis bextors cover of pulp's do you remember the first time
Mathias Fritsche ft. Melinamusic

"Circle of Life" (The Lion King)

"Colors of the Wind" (Pocahontas)

"My Heart Will Go On" (Titantic)

"I See You" (Avatar)
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