Bob Dylan and Billy Joel originally recorded and released “To Make You Feel My Love” in 1997. Since then, it was covered by numerous artists inside and outside of the country music scheme. Garth Brooks gave justice to the song when he patched his voice. Meanwhile, Adele outpoured his emotion when she recorded hers. Both have a different approach, a country style, and a balladry. Nevertheless, the message and in-depth meaning of the song was retained.

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Garth Brooks is one of the greatest country stars of this time. He is also considered as one of the male best-selling country artists of this generation. On the other hand, Adele is a multi-platinum recording artist. She also won several Grammy Awards.

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Various artists covered “To Make You Feel My Love.” These include Shane Filan, Bryan Ferry, Kelly Clarkson, and Ane Brun. Also, Billy Joel made the popular song months after Bob Dylan released his version. However, the best renditions are from Garth Brooks and Adele. With this, listen to their versions and be mesmerized.

To Make You Feel My Love…

Bob Dylan wrote the words and lyrics of “To Make You Feel My Love.” It was initially released in 1997 under his album “Time Out of Mind.”

Then, Garth Brooks recorded and released his cover in 1998 under his album “Hope Floats.” It was also used as a soundtrack for the movie “Hope Floats.” Garth Brooks was nominated at the 41st Grammy Award for Best Male Country Vocal Performance and a nomination for Bob Dylan for Best Country Song.

In 2008, Adele released her soulful rendition under her album “19”. Her cover was used as a soundtrack to the romantic comedy film “When in Rome.”

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