Chrissie Hynde appropriated her breathy vocal style (if not her barefoot stage act), and she's still pretty much my favorite white girl singer of the 60s, with the possible exception of Evie Sands.
Sandie Shaw, ladies and germs. They don't make 'em like they used to.
"Toujours un coin qui me repelle"
"Mais tu l'aimes"
And she's even better in the original French. Heh.
You know the songs -- listen to these versions, however, and be changed.
[h/t Steve Schwartz]