Original Song: "Look What They've Done To My Song, Ma" by Melanie Safka
Cover Artist: Miley Cyrus, as part of her "Backyard Sessions" series
How It's Different: Miley sticks close to the original, but updates Safka's folk classic with her deep, soulful voice and layered guitars.
Why We Love It: We can't get enough of Miley's Backyard Sessions. Her revival of lesser-known old classics and showcasing of her rich vocal talent make us wish that Miley would record an entire acoustic album.. seriously.
Better than the Original? We're team Miley on this one -- but we still think her "Lilac Wine" cover is her best yet.
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