The song first appeared on Diamond's album Just for You. The mono and stereo versions of this song differ slightly. On the mono "Just For You" LP as well as on the 45, the strings do not come in until the second verse. It also has a slightly longer fade. The stereo "Just For You" LP version has a shorter fade and the strings come in on the first chorus.
In 1992, Urge Overkill released a version of the song on their Stull EP. Quentin Tarantino came across the EP in a Dutch record store and liked it so much that he worked it into a scene in his film Pulp Fiction in 1994. This cover achieved success in several European countries, peaking at #10 in France.