On debut album.
Goldie Zelkowitz [ex lead singer girlgroup The Gingerbreads; aka Genya Ravan]
Frank Zappa [on double album Them Or Us and two years later on Does Humor Belongs In Music, with Dweezil on lead; Frank was first challenged to cover this track during the Helsinki concert in '74, released as You Can't Do That On Stage Anymore Vol. 2 in '89]
Jay-Z [sampled Genya Ravan's version in Oh My God]
Not to be confused with Jody Reynolds eponymous song. That pole was used by the mayor to whip the boys who tried to court his daughter.