First up is comedian and actor Adam Sandler's version of the Warren Zevon song Werewolves of London, which appears on the multi-artist tribute to Zevon entitled Enjoy Every Sandwich.
Sheryl Crow covers Squeezebox by The Who, playing....you guessed it....a squeezebox.
Not long after Bob Dylan wrote and recorded If Not For You, his buddy George Harrison came out with his version on the album All Things Must Pass. The song would also become a huge hit for Olivia Newton John.
Speaking of George Harrison, his old band the Beatles have been covered more times than I can remember. One of my favorites is Anne Murray's version of You Won't See Me, originally sung by Paul McCartney. John Lennon called this his favorite Beatles cover. I think the bass part gives Murray's version an upbeat feel, in spite of some very sad lyrics.
The last song Fleetwood Mac recorded with their founder Peter Green was The Green Manalishi. In 1978, Judas Priest recorded their version for the album Killing Machine, which was released in the United States in 1979 under the title Hell Bent For Leather.