The B-side is "There Goes My Used to Be".
The song is a soulful love ballad and has been covered many times since, most notably by Otis Redding in 1965 and appears on his album The Great Otis Redding Sings Soul Ballads. Three other versions of the song were recorded in 1965, one by The Rolling Stones on their album Out of Our Heads, a second by The In Crowd, released as a single and the third by The Hollies on their self-titled album "The Hollies".
More Cover VersionsEdit
- Steve Young on his 1969 album Rock Salt & Nails
- Candi Staton on her 1970 album I'm Just a Prisoner
- Bryan Ferry on his 1978 solo album The Bride Stripped Bare (album)
- Humble Pie on their 1973 album Eat It
- Taj Mahal on his 1993 album Dancing the Blues
- The Rolling Stones recorded it also on their live album Live Licks in 2004.
- In 2011, Battlefield Band included a cover of the song on their album, Line Up, sung in the style of a folk-ballad.
- The Sweet Inspirations also covered the song as their third single release on Atlantic in 1968.
- Buddy Miller recorded the song on "Poison Love" in 1997. Buddy has also performed the song live as recently as February 09, 2012 on the Camayo Music Cruise Buddy Miller setlist 02/09/12
- Mick Hucknall on his 2012 album American Soul
- Roland Gift of the Fine Young Cannibals covered the song for the soundtrack to the movie Beautiful Girls (film)
- Chris Robinson Brotherhood on the b-side of their 2012 single Older Guys.
- Rob Lutes on his 2006 album "Ride the Shadows".