The Who singer Roger Daltrey covered this for his 2018 solo album As Long As I Have You
. Daltrey told Billboard
that recording the song gave him an opportunity to express his frustrations with the state of the world.
"It felt right for where we are politically around the world at the moment," he explained, "because there's so much frustration with the state of our nations and the politics. There's an incredible anger out there, and all it is anger. It seems to be very unfocused. It just feels like we don't seem to be moving on from where we are in the '70s, when that song was written, so I sang it with a little more anger than I think Stevie ever sang it. But the lyrics apply just as much today as they did then."