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This song was covered by Elizabeth Mitchell on her album You Are My Sunshine. More recently, Turin Brakes released their cover version as a b-side to their single, "Something In My Eye". This song was covered by Elizabeth Mitchell on her album You Are My Sunshine. More recently, Turin Brakes released their cover version as a b-side to their single, "Something In My Eye".
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 +The English band, Sons of Admirals, covered this song for their debut single in June 2010.

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"Here Comes My Baby" is a pop song written by Cat Stevens and recorded in 1967. It originally appeared on his album, Matthew and Son. The song, minus the final verse, was also covered by The Tremeloes, whose version was a No. 4 hit in the UK Singles Chart[1] and a No. 13 hit in the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1967.[2] It was also covered by The Mavericks. In 1990, Yo La Tengo covered it in their covers album Fakebook. Jim Noir covered the song for a 2006 Chase Bank commercial. The English band, Sons of Admirals, covered this song for their debut single in June 2010. It was also done as a pop-punk cover in the late 1970s by The Jags. The track can be found on their The Best of the Jags album. It was also covered by LMP on their album A Century of Song as their selection for 1967. The track was featured in the movie Rushmore. A clip from the Cat Stevens original is played on Scrubs (season 2 episode 5) in the scene "Elliot gets a reputation". This song was covered by Elizabeth Mitchell on her album You Are My Sunshine, and by Turin Brakes as a b-side to their single, "Something In My Eye". Sons of Admirals covered the song as their first release.