For as long as we can remember using YouTube, we remember seeing kitschy acoustic versions of popular songs. The more surprising they are, the more attention they get—like, when blonde girls cover Chief Keef. This new wave of acoustic versions is cute, but they never last. Nobody is still listening to that blonde girl who covered Chief Keef and uploaded it to YouTube. In some rare cases, acoustic versions expose new sides to songs and artists. With nothing but vocals and unplugged instruments, there's no place to hide. Every now and then, the acoustic versions even top the originals.
Here are 13 acoustic versions of songs that are better than the original.Continue Reading