Lesley Gore, famed teenage heartbreak songstress, feminist and lesbian icon, passed away this week at the age of 68. Here she is following a performance on NBC in 1965. Getty

This week saw the death of Lesley Gore, iconic as both a “teenage voice of heartbreak” as well as a “pioneer and feminist icon,” at the age of 68. While her best-known song is likely 1963’s “It’s My Party,” she was responsible for a string of memorable classics. Below are some of her biggest hits and a few of the notable covers they inspired.

Here’s the original “It’s My Party”:

The tables turn in the most satisfying sequel “Judy’s Turn to Cry”:

“Maybe I Know”:

“Sunshine, Lollipops and Rainbows”:

“She’s a Fool”:

“Fools Rush In,” a cover of the Ricky Nelson song:

“You Don’t Own Me”:

“You Don’t Own Me” PSA, featuring Miranda July, Justin Vivian Bond, Lena Dunham and Natasha Lyonne, among others:

And now let's check out some covers.

“You Don’t Own Me,” performed by Goldie Hawn, Bette Midler and Diane Keaton at the end of “The First Wives Club”:

“You Don’t Own Me,” Dusty Springfield:

“Maybe I Know,” Belgian pop star Nancy Boyd:

“It’s My Party,” Amy Winehouse:

“It’s My Party,” Dave Stewart and Barbara Gaskin:

Want more? Listen to our Spotify playlist: