Popular cover songs more famous than the original

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Nina Simone: - 'Feeling Good' - Originally, this song was composed by Anthony Newley and Leslie Bricusse for the musical.

Whitney Houston: - 'I'm Every Woman' - The popular Whitney Houston song is actually not a Whitney Houston song at all.

Guns N' Roses: - 'Knockin' on Heaven's Door' - This was a track originally recorded by Bob Dylan in 1973.

Elvis Presley: - 'Blue Suede Shoes' - Another song we are quick to associate with the King is the famous 'Blue Suede Shoes' but in fact.

Fugees: - 'Killing Me Softly with His Song' - This hit was first recorded by Lori Lieberman in 1971.

Pink, Lil' Kim, Mýa:- and Christina Aguilera - 'Lady Marmalade' - This hot track was originally recorded by a group called 'The Eleventh Hour' but failed to chart. 

UB40: - 'Red Red Wine' - 'Red Red Wine' was originally recorded by Neil Diamond in 1967, but UB40's reggae version is more well-known. 

Smash Mouth: - 'I'm a Believer' - Used as a part of the 'Shrek' soundtrack, this hit did not originally belong to the band Smash Mouth. 

Gloria Estefan: - 'Turn the Beat Around' - The popular disco song recorded by Gloria Estefan was actually first released by Vicki Sue.

Elvis Presley: - 'Blue Suede Shoes' - Another song we are quick to associate with the King is the famous 'Blue Suede Shoes' but in fact.

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