8 Songs You Didn’t Know Neil Diamond Wrote That Were Made Famous By Other Artists

"Sunday and Me" - Jay & the Americans (1965):  Neil Diamond's early gem embraced by Jay & the Americans, resonating in the '60s pop scene.

"I'm A Believer" - The Monkees (1966):  Monkees made waves with Diamond's upbeat anthem, topping charts with infectious energy.

"Kentucky Woman" - Deep Purple (1968):  Deep Purple's rendition added rock flair to Diamond's classic, marking a musical milestone.

"And The Grass Won't Pay No Mind" - Elvis Presley (1969):  Elvis lent his iconic voice to Diamond's poignant ballad, capturing hearts in '69.

"You Don't Bring Me Flowers" - Barbara Streisand (1978): Streisand's emotive rendition elevated Diamond's ballad, stirring souls in '78.

"Red, Red Wine" - UB40 (1983):  UB40's reggae twist breathed new life into Diamond's hit, grooving through the '80s.

"Girl, You'll Be A Woman Soon" - Urge Overkill (1994):  Urge Overkill's edgy cover transformed Diamond's classic into a '90s anthem.

"Solitary Man" - Johnny Cash (2000):  Cash's soulful rendition honored Diamond's legacy, resonating deeply in 2000.