TOP 10 ___: TOP 30 SONGS CIMORELLI COULD AND/OR SHOULD COVER

Welcome to the latest instalment of our most recent blog series Top Tens. Last time, we explored a few of our favourite covers of all time, from well-known and up-and-coming artists, as well as their original counterparts. This time, we’re continuing on that same vein, but going deeper and more specific to a certain artist.

As I’m sure you are all well aware, Cimorelli are one of our favourite groups currently (as evidenced from our many posts about them, which you can view all in one place here!), but even the awesomeness of these six sisters Christina, Katherine, Lisa, Amy, Lauren and Dani; had to start somewhere. And where they started were uploading covers to YouTube. As good as their original songs are (and believe me, there are quite a lot of enjoyable original melodies, ranging from “Made In America”, “Million Bucks”, “Believe It”, “Wings”, and “You’re Worth It”, to “Worth The Fight”, “Good Enough”, “Renegade”, “Headlights”, “Alive”, “One More Night” and “Never Let Me Fall”- as well as several future melodies on the upcoming Sad Girls Club); I still reckon Cimorelli will be known for their covers more so any of the songs they’ve written themselves.

Just sit on that fact and dwell on it, and think about the artists Cimorelli have covered. Taylor Swift’s “Ready For It”, “Shake It Off”, “22” and “We Are Never Getting Back Together”. Kesha’s “Praying”. “Priceless” from for KING & COUNTRY, as well as other covers from Miley Cyrus (“Malibu”, “Wrecking Ball” and “Nobody’s Perfect”- as Hannah Montana), Demi Lovato (“Sorry Not Sorry” and “Really Don’t Care”) Katy Perry (“Roar”), Rachel Platten (“Fight Song”), Justin Bieber (“Cold Water/Let Me Love You”) and OneRepublic (“Counting Stars”) Not to mention Owl City’s “Good Time”, Kelly Clarkson’s “Stronger”, Pharrell Williams’ “Happy”, Justin Timberlake’s “Mirrors” and “Can’t Stop the Feeling”, as well as Meghan Trainor’s “Lips are Movin”, Clean Bandit’s “Rather Be” and “Symphony” and Toto’s “Africa”. There is even a parody of “Bad And Bougee” (originally by Migos) that had me in stitches because it was so funny. It seems like Cimorelli can cover any artist if they want to, and we could almost guarantee that it’s be unique, catchy and enjoyable. So what’s next cover-wise on Cimorelli’s radar? That’s the subject of this week’s top ten’s, as we recommend 30 songs that would be perfect for them to cover, either for nostalgia or because it’s current right now, or it’d be perfect for their voices. So without further ado, here’s 30 songs that we think would be perfect for Cimorelli to cover. So, Christina, Katherine, Lisa, Amy, Lauren and Dani, if you’re reading this, what do you reckon?

Newsboys- We Believe

The Beatles- Hey Jude

Danny Gokey- The Comeback

Carrie Underwood- Little Toy Guns

Dc Talk- Jesus Freak

Royal Tailor- Ready Set Go

Chris Tomlin- Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone)

Phil Collins- Another Day In Paradise

Switchfoot- Only Hope

Lifehouse- Hanging By A Moment

Lecrae- All I Need Is You

Rachel Platten- Stand By You

Brooke Fraser- Shadowfeet

Y&F- Love Won’t Let Me Down

Mister Mister- Kyrie

U2- Where The Streets Have No Name

1GN- Guard Your Heart

Amy Grant- Baby Baby

Michael W. Smith- I Will Be Here For You

Simon & Garfunkel- Bridge Over Troubled Water

Leann Rhimes- I Need You

Mary Mary- Shackles

Nicole C Mullen- Redeemer

Owl City- Fireflies

Daughtry- Home

Phillip Phillips- Home

Kris Allen- Live Like We’re Dying

Matthew West- My Own Little World

Mat Kearney- Ships In The Night

The Fray- You Found Me

So there you have it. Here are the 30 songs that I reckon will suit Cimorelli’s varied musical style. So…which do you think Cimorelli will record? And which so you think is just my wishful thinking? Let me know in the comments below!

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