The 1962 Ben E. King covers the 1960 Shirelles classic "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow."
A terrific soulful vocal from Ben E., and a perfectly fine arrangement, but it just doesn't work, and solely because of the gender switch. When Ben E. sings it, he's actually saying "will you still love me, tomorrow, in the romantic sense?", a perfectly conventional sentiment. Unfortunately, the clear point of the song -- as Goffin and King wrote it -- is a teenage gal asking her swain "Will you dump me if I let you boink me tonight, like most of the other early 60s male chauvinist pigs I've let into my pants so far?"
Which was an unprecedented sentiment in a popular song at the time The Shirelles recorded it, and the reason their version was such a smash.
Know what I'm saying, girls?