David Attenborough doesn’t really sing, but he does a wonderful job. His iconic voice coupled with the imagery of this planet we call home will make you smile and feel warm inside even though you are in the darkest of moods.
The scenes are enough to convince me to spend money on a new TV!
There are some people who will not listen to cover songs if their lives depended on it, but I have to admit that I have a thing for really good covers. Actually, one of my favorites right now is Disturbed’s cover of U2’s “Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For”. Another one of my all time favorites is Jeff Buckley’s “Hallelujah”, which is a Leonard Cohen original. I think those two are enough evidence to support that cover songs can be good!
Here’s a nifty infographic of the best and the worst cover songs which I found very informative because I discovered that some songs were actually covers! The illustration displays the songs in such a way that it is easy to figure out which ones are “bad” and which ones are “good”. Of course, bad and good can be relative, so you be the judge.
Your Guide to the Worst and Best Cover Songs
What do you think? Did the creators do an accurate job?