After taking a break from No Fun Mondays, Billie Joe returns today with a new cover.

Billie shared his latest cover of Wreckless Eric's 1977 single "Whole Wide World" for Amazon Music's Orignal cover series.

Wreckless Eric gives his approval of Billie's version saying "I love this — the most punk rock version ever!"

So far, the song can only be streamed on Amazon Music, which you'll have to sign up for. Hopefully, the song will make its way to other platforms soon.

Listen to the cover below.



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