Some articles on covered:
... Sylvanshine is an optical phenomenon in which dew-covered trees of species whose leaves are wax-covered retroreflect beams of light, as from a vehicle's headlights, sometimes causing trees to appear to be snow-co ...
... "The Nurse Who Loved Me" was covered by A Perfect Circle on their 2003 album Thirteenth Step ... "Another Space Song" was covered by Statistics, the solo project of Denver Dalley of Desaparecidos, and released on Location is Everything Vol ... "Stuck on You" was covered by Paramore on their 2006 CD The Summer Tic EP the title of the CD is taken from the song's lyrics, albeit with "tick" changed to "tic" ...
... "Good Times" was covered in concert by John Taylor of Duran Duran during his solo days, and released in a medley with "Planet Earth" on his live album 5.30.98 ... "Good Times" was covered in concert by Wham! in 1983 ... The original song was covered by R B duo Zhane from Saturday Night in 1997 ...
... "Tarzan Boy" was covered by UK band Modern Romance in 1985 and was released as a 7-inch single and 12-inch single by Carrere Records ... Zimmer, it was also released in Brazil, France and Greece In 2006, the song was covered by Bango, and achieved a minor success, peaking at number 37 in France ... Lawrence Hayward has also covered the song ...
... Vanessa Paradis covered the song in her 1990 album Variations sur le même t'aime ... In 1990 Hong Kong group Softhard (軟硬天師) covered the song to chinese version "愛在暗中作動時" ... Trumpeter Rick Braun covered the song on the 2005 album Yours Truly ...
More definitions of "covered":
- (adj): Overlaid or spread or topped with or enclosed within something; sometimes used as a combining form.
Example: "Women with covered faces"; "covered wagons"; "a covered balcony"
Famous quotes containing the word covered:
“While the bodys life, deep as a covered well,
Instinctive as the wind, busy as May,
Burns out a secret passageway to hell.”
—Allen Tate (18991979)
“The true colour of life is the colour of the body, the colour of the covered red, the implicit and not explicit red of the living heart and the pulses. It is the modest colour of the unpublished blood.”
—Alice Meynell (18471922)
“This is the village where the funeral
Stilted its dusty march over deep ruts
Up the hillside covered with queens lace
To the patch of weeds known finally to all.”
—Allen Tate (18991979)