From 1967, here's James Barry Keefer, a/k/a Keith (frequently if inexplicably mistaken at the time for Keith Richards) and his less successful but still delightful followup to the smash "98.6" -- the charmingly faux Oriental ditty "Tell Me to My Face" (both songs from his Ain't Gonna Lie album).
And from 1966, here's the original version by The Hollies (my personal heroes, as if you didn't know).
The Keith cover is pretty good actually, in a sort of overtly commercial Brill Building kind of way, and the song is fabulous, obviously. But The Hollies version ultimately gets the nod, I think, both for co-composer Graham Nash's insinuating vocal and the atmospheric 12-string guitar work by The Hollies' underrated Tony Hicks.
Incidentally, to my knowledge this is the only hit anybody ever had with a cover of a Hollies tune. Strange, actually, when you consider what consistently high quality material the Clarke-Hicks-Nash songwriting team was churning out at the time...