25 Amazing Female Covers of Popular Songs

25 Amazing Female Covers of Popular Songs

From Ed Sheeran to The Beatles, all your faves are here.

These are in no particular order, but I really enjoy all of them. Most are acoustic renditions. Both “female” and “popular” deserve asterixes, because I interpreted the latter very loosely - it's defintiely not jutst pop songs (this list include covers of, to name a few, Ed Sheeran, The Beatles, One Direction, and The Killers) and as for the fomer, Angel Haze, #5 on this list, uses neutral pronouns. But anyways, sit back, have a listen to a few of these, and enjoy!

1. Olivia Penalva - Shut Up And Dance (Walk the Moon cover)

2. Jasmine Thompson - Cherry Wine (Hozier cover)

3. Ciara Catalla - Stubborn Love (The Lumineers cover)

4. Lindsey Saunders - Something (The Beatles cover)

5. Angel Haze - Counting Stars (One Republic cover)

6. Samantha Potter - Youth (Troye Sivan cover)

7. Luciana Zogbi - All of Me (John Legend cover)

8. Abdie - Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic (The Police cover)

9. Neon Jungle - Take Me To Church (Hozier cover)

10. Arden Cho - Let Her Go (Passenger cover)

11. Morgan Wheeler - One Thing (One Direction cover)

12. Taylor Swift - Riptide (Vance Joy cover)

13. Mackenzie Johnson - Tenerife Sea (Ed Sheeran cover)

14. Mia Wray - My Girl (The Temptations cover)

15.Lauren Aquilina - Sex (The 1975 cover)

16. Jasmine Thompson - Sweet Child ‘O Mine (Guns N’ Roses cover)

17. Arden Cho - Thinking Out Loud (Ed Sheeran cover)

18. CHVRCHES - Do I Wanna Know (Arctic Monkeys cover)

19. Kina Grannis - Sweater Weather (The Neighborhood cover)

20. Mia Wray - Accidentally In Love (Counting Crows cover)

21. Huxlee - Mr. Brightside (The Killers cover)

22. Lily Allen - Somewhere Only We Know (Keane cover)

23. Nina Nesbitt - Chocolate (The 1975 cover)

24. Gabrielle Aplin - Best Song Ever (One Direction cover)

25. Mary Lambert - Jessie’s Girl (Rick Springfield cover)

If you’ve got any lady covers to recommend, drop a link in the comments! I’d love to check them out.

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Tips to Use Different Vases to Enhance Your Home Decor

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Be it brightening the walls, or adding new furniture to the space, you might have been scouting your mind to revamp your traditional looking home. While you can bring-on many luxurious things, have you ever thought of incorporating in-budget piece like vases? No! Think over!

Vases have always been the rage of all times; they add texture, color and exciting element in the home interiors. They give unique character and instant glitziness to the plane and dreary place.

So, whether you have a painted vase lying around or have crystal vase or the ceramic one, bring them out and add a wow factor to the place. But, if you are going to buy the new one, here is some superbly amazing different kind of vases you should look for before making the purchase:

 Crystal Vases:

From simple to the fantastic one, or to the most outrageous items, crystal glasses are a perfect piece to enhance any place. In beautiful color and different patterns, they will surely grab eye-balls and will bring the charm of excitement to your home. Be it a champagne stem crystals or the most prolific one, set them out on a buffet table or place them on the cabinet to make them worth gazing. 

Antique and Contemporary Vases:

Modern homes mostly feature antique design vases to define the beauty of the place. Be it a floor, windows or cabinets; they always make a room look stand-out. Such designs are also favored to bring traditional style to the place, and aids in brightening -up the look of complete room. While small antique vases can be used with flowers, large and contemporary ones can be used to make the home look classy, unique yet beautiful. Ceramic Jug Vases or Dutch Ceramic Vases:

Filled or unfilled ceramics jug vases itself are enough to attract eyeballs. They are beautiful, colorful, elegant, and give royal touch when placed in a room. While you can use Dutch ceramics vases to enhance any shabby place, Ceramic jug vases along with flowers can be used to spice up any boring place. From study materials to the glaze finish ones and to the Matt look vases, there are a plethora of designs and patterns you can use to evoke the grace of the room.

Square Vases: 

A square or cube-shaped vases offer tons of ideas to design any place. Just pack your favorite flowers of different colors and varieties and place them in the vase to decorate your study or perhaps a table top. You can also use layering of sand, dried beans or maybe smooth pebbles in the vase to make it look different and nature-inspired. 

If you want to think out of the box, fill the vase with water and make it a mini aquarium. 

Cylindrical Vases:

Want to submerge flowers in a vase? Use cylindrically shaped one’s and add a sturdy flower to enhance the whole look of the place. Cylindrical vases can also be used as attractive decoration piece by adding colorful pebbles or stones to it. Just place some colorful gems, and you are good to decorate your place. 

What about arranging the candlelight dinners at home? Use glass cylinder vases and make a bold statement in the room for those romantic dinner dates. Candles in the vase will not only enhance the flame light but, will also amp-up the ambiance of the place. 

So, those were some of the tips you can use to enhance your interiors through vases. Also, keeping aside their aesthetic values, switch their position and use these vases and jars to uplift your mood! 




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5 Reasons Book Ginny Is Better Than Movie Ginny

The movies just didn't do our red-headed heroine justice.

"Harry Potter" has been a staple of modern literature since publishing began in the 90's, and the movies are some of the best film adaptations out there. While the movies get a lot right, they also missed the mark on quite a bit, too. One of the most disappointing differences between the books and movies is the erasure of Ginny Weasley. Here are five reasons Ginny was way cooler in the books.

1. She's actually relevant to the plot.


Yeah, she's in the movies, but her significance is debatable. She gets rescued in "Chamber of Secrets" but outside of that, she doesn't do much. In the books, she's always trying to keep up with Harry and her older brother, Ron, and is a powerful addition to the team.

2. She's got spunk.

Movie Ginny is exceptionally lacking in personality. She has some good lines but they don't really compare to her jokes in the books, where's she's always talking back to Ron, Fred, and George, and she's not afraid to speak her mind.

3. She makes Harry happier than he's ever been.

There's no arguing: Harry's life kinda sucks, but the time he's with Ginny in "Half-Blood Prince" is so happy and we just don't see that as much in the movies.

4. She's got great lines.

In the movie, Ginny stays pretty quiet, but in the books, her words have a more meaningful effect and pack a powerful punch.

5. She's a GREAT witch.

We get glimpses of her awesome power in the movie, but from her powerful Reductor Curse to her perfectly-executed Bat-Bogey Hex, Ginny is pretty kick-ass.


Yeah, Movie Ginny is great and Bonnie Wright's portrayal is perfect, but so much of her character that we love in the book goes unseen in the movies.

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