A cover by Phil Collins reached US #10 and UK #1 in late 1982. His version was used as the main theme for the 1988 film of the same name, and inspired Andy Rourke's bass in The Smiths' "This Charming Man
Such was his love for the label that Phil inscribed "Motown, we salute you" on the sleeve of the album Hello, I Must Be Going
, which included "You Can't Hurry Love." In addition, his black-and-white video showing three Phil Collinses standing in a line was a homage to The Supremes.
Collins would later enlist Lamont Dozier to co-write the song "Two Hearts
," which was used in a movie Collins starred in called Buster
that was set in the '60s. That song went to #1 US, giving Dozier his 14th Hot 100 chart-topper as a songwriter.