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#MySongIsYourSong

This Make Music Day, more than 220 artists around the world joined the third annual global song swap! Each learned a song by another artist and heard theirs covered in return. Songwriters, composers, and bands of all styles and walks of life participated.

The 2022 videos are now posted! Scroll down for the latest #MySongIsYourSong entries!

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Archive of #MySongIsYourSong 2021 videos

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


“Summer Day” covered by Leela Misel from Victoria, Australia. Click here to listen to the original by Sunspot.

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“Brave Enough For Love” covered by Percy, the cryptid from Lagos, Nigeria. Click here to listen to the original by Joel Landy.

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“Sho ma jo” covered by Ay smart from Lagos, Nigeria. Click here to listen to the original by Olawale.

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“Away” covered by VickyQee from Lagos, Nigeria. Click here to listen to the original by Waju.


“Late Summer” covered by Michaela Natal from North Haven, Connecticut. Click here to listen to the original by Carrin.

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“Far Away” covered by Lord VeeJay from Lagos, Nigeria. Click here to listen to the original by Emrys Emmanuel.


“I Am Free” covered by Inner Groove from Syracuse, New York. Click here to listen to the original by The Jazzuleles.

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“Down For Whatever” covered by Emrys Emmanuel from Lagos, Nigeria. Click here to listen to the original by Lord VeeJay.


“I’m Grateful” covered by Sarah Coco from Chicago, Illinois. Click here to listen to the original by Dopree.


“Lai Lai” covered by Twinfeathers from Seven Hills, Ohio. Click here to listen to the original by Mike Frost.


“Coming Home” covered by Scot Randle from St. Louis, Missouri. Click here to listen to the original by Duplicity.


“April in Allegany” covered by The Jazzuleles from Cairns, Australia. Click here to listen to the original by Inner Groove.


“Rain” covered by Emma Rowe from Darwin, Australia. Click here to listen to the original by Kennedy Taylor & The Electric Pancakes.


“Life on The River” covered by Duplicity from Victoria, Australia. Click here to listen to the original by Scot Randle.


“Oh Lord Be Glorified” covered by Janess from Lagos, Nigeria. Click here to listen to the original by Merry.


“Better Days” covered by Davani Abdul from Lagos, Nigeria. Click here to listen to the original by Stereo Joule.

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“Incognito Therapy” covered by Jason Baker from Burlington, Vermont. Click here to listen to the original by Terri Lachance.


“Jump” covered by Flowrface from St. Louis, Missouri. Click here to listen to the original by Mouk.


“Don’t Call Me Pretty” covered by Dopree from Lagos, Nigeria. Click here to listen to the original by Sarah Coco.

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“Switch” covered by Sunspot from Madison, Wisconsin. Click here to listen to the original by Leela Misel.

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“Bloom” covered by Glass Bandit from Kansas City, Missouri. Click here to listen to the original by Big Stuff.

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“Great Provider” covered by Omolola Sterling from Lagos, Nigeria. Click here to listen to the original by Osmond.


“My Story” covered by Eric Keeney from St. Louis, Missouri. Click here to listen to the original by Mark Dunn.


“Through the Looking Glass” covered by J.Lyn from Mililani, Hawaii. Click here to listen to the original by Jonathan Leal.


“Live” covered by Payton Murphy-Blanchard from Olathe, Kansas. Click here to listen to the original by Olawale Osewa.


“In My Room” covered by Joel Landy from Queens, New York. Click here to listen to the original by Percy, the cryptid.


“Smoothies” covered by Carrin from St. Louis, Missouri. Click here to listen to the original by Michaela Natal.


“The Dream of Peace” covered by Terri Lachance from Cheshire, Connecticut. Click here to listen to the original by Jason Baker.


“No Promises” covered by Jonathan Leal from Brooklyn, New York. Click here to listen to the original by J.Lyn.


“River” covered by Mark Dunn from Chicago, Illinois. Click here to listen to the original by Eric Keeney.


“Lock Down” covered by Chris Carrera from Sublimity, Oregon. Click here to listen to the original by Chekwube.

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“A Dose of Da” covered by S.KING from Lagos, Nigeria. Click here to listen to the original by Da Ferañmi.


“My Destructive Ways” covered by Adam Murray from Perth, Australia. Click here to listen to the original by Tinca Tinca.

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“Good Intentions” covered by Big Stuff from New York City, New York. Click here to listen to the original by Glass Bandit.

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“Your Love” covered by The Guinea Pigs from East Hartford, Connecticut. Click here to listen to the original by AyDeji.


“Jack and Jill” covered Diane Perry from Union, New Jersey. Click here to listen to the original by Nancy Bates.


“Earthflight” covered by Kennedy Taylor & The Electric Pancakes from Honolulu, Hawaii. Click here to listen to the original by Emma Rowe.