In 2014 a version with the North Mississippi Allstars and Snoop Dogg who's convinced this was what his parents were listening to while he was conceived.
Shenley Duffus [as To Be A Lover; reggae version produced by Lee Perry]
George Faith [reggae update again with Lee Perry]
Billy Idol [also as To Be A Lover; Top 10 US]
Shadows [the American band]
Dilated Peoples [sample in Worst Comes To Worst]
Jaheim [sample under Put That Woman First; top 20 US]
Has nothing in common with Gene Chandler's To Be A Lover ('67). Opening line "have I told you lately that I love you" was later borrowed by Van Morrison (see there).