Music Monday: Who Did it Better? Heroes #MusicMonday #FrontLineHeroes

Hello All!

Welcome back to another “Music Monday” hosted by Drew @ The Tattooed Book Geek, and my spin on it “Who Did it Better?” Where I put different versions of the same song up against each other and have you all vote on the best one!

First, the announcement of the winner from many moons ago!

Who Did it Better? “You Don’t Own Me

Lesley Gore

VS

Dusty Springfield (suggested by Fraggle)

VS

The First Wives Club

VS

Klaus Nomi (suggested by Ichabod Temperance)

AND, THE WINNER IS………………………

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WHO THE HELL KNOWS SINCE YOU ALL HAD SO MANY WRITE IN VOTES!!

Technically, it was a tie between The First Wives Club and Dusty Springfield!

 

Now, for this week!

This is for all those first responders out there working hard!

Who Did it Better? “Heroes”

David Bowie

VS

The Wallflowers

 

 

 

Cast your vote in the comments below. Or feel free to cast a write in vote for something different if there is a theme that you think can take the crown. Join me next week to find out who the winner is!

20 thoughts on “Music Monday: Who Did it Better? Heroes #MusicMonday #FrontLineHeroes

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  1. Thank you, first responders. You are our heroes.

    This song, … not so much.

    Bowie:
    I like Bowie. … Early seventies Bowie. But this early eighties nonchalance, skinny-tie-trendy and apathetic version of a half-ass song? No thanks.

    The Wallflowers:
    Wimpy emo, lipstick wearing, soft-ass snowflake cover band? No thanks.

    This weeks big winner is: neither.

    Congratulations to Dusty on her big win, though!

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