The song was later covered by UK pop duo Swing Out Sister in 1992 on their third album Get In Touch With Yourself. It would be their first cover song. The track begins with lead singer Corinne Drewery giggling and yelping, and vocal asides were provided by Derrick Johnson and Myke Wilson. Swing Out Sister's version reached number 21 in the UK and, in America, number 45 on the Billboard pop chart, and went all the way to number 1 on the Adult Contemporary chart.
In September 2005, Martha Stewart, fresh out of US federal prison, began to use the Swing Out Sister version in her promo commercials for her show Martha on NBC TV Networks in America and then as the opening introduction theme song of the show. Each show starts with the song playing over a montage of images and photos of Martha Stewart growing up.
Also in 2005 British teenage soul singer Joss Stone used the Young-Holt version as a starting point for her song "Don't Cha Wanna Ride" and accordingly credited the composers of "Am I the Same Girl" as co-composers of her song.
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