"Does Your Mother Know", (working title: "I Can Do It"), is a song recorded in 1979 by Swedish pop group ABBA and was the second single to be released from their album Voulez-Vous. The B-side was "Kisses of Fire", also taken from the album. The song deviated from the typical 'ABBA at their most famous' formula, in that the lead vocals were sung not by the female vocalists (Agnetha Fältskog and Anni-Frid Lyngstad) as was usually the case, but by Björn Ulvaeus. This was one of the few ABBA singles to feature Ulvaeus as the sole lead vocal, along with 'Rock Me'. -- Wikipedia
The ABBA song Does Your Mother Know was covered by ...
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- Franz Lambert covered the song on his 1979 compilation "Pop-Orgel Hitparade 5".
- Pelle Almgren & Wow Liksom covered it for the 1992 compilation "ABBA: The Tribute".
- Max Greger covered it on their 1992 compilation "Die goldene Tanzplatte".
- Northern Irish rock band Ash covered it as B side for their 1996 single "Oh Yeah".
- The San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus covered it for their 1997 album "ExtrABBAganza!".
- Australian indie band Smudge covered it on their 1997 album "Mo' Poontang".
- Apocalypse Babys covered it as B side of their 1999 single "Nuclear Rain".
- Irish girl group B*Witched covered it for the 1999 tribute album "Abbamania".
- Louise Plowright, Neal Wright and Company covered it for the 1999 musical "Mamma Mia! The Musical".
- Abbaration covered it on their 2000 album "A Tribute to ABBA".
- The Black Sweden covered it on their 2000 album "Gold".
- Swedish ska band Liberator covered it on their 2001 album "Soundchecks 95-00".
- Punk rock band The Restarts covered it on their 2002 album "Slumworld".
- Capten Weber covered it on his 2004 album "Come On Do the Boogie!".
- The Heebee-Jeebees covered it on their 2005 album "Surgical Strike".
- Stefan Bockelmann & Kai Noll covered it for the 2005 compilation "ABBA Mania"
- Finnish a cappella choral ensemble Rajaton covered it on the 2006 ABBA tribute album "Rajaton Sings ABBA With Lahti Symphony Orchestra".
- Canadian a cappella group Streetnix recorded a cover of the song.
- Christine Baranski & Philip Michael covered it on the 2008 "Mamma Mia - The Movie Soundtrack".
- The Glitter Band featuring John Rossall covered it on their 2008 album "Glitteresque".
- The Slingsby Hornets covered it on their 2008 album "Whatever Happened To...".
- Siddhi J Sundt covered it on his 2012 album "ABBA Classics".