Yes. For me Reznor's version was a bit morose, self indulgent and perhaps a bit petty. Johnny though made it a personal commentary on his life and work. A gift of tragic honesty to his children and to the world. He indeed made it his song from now on.And then Johnny does this with it.
Oh, the one that gets me on Tapestry is the title song. Just Carole and her keyboard. Two couplets that I find particularly striking:Carole King - It's Too Late
My favorite tearjerker of Loreena's is Annachie Gordon. One of those old songs about a forbidden love; there are many great versions of it, but hers is my favorite.(Loreena McKennitt Lady of Shalott)