The Texas singer Amy Annelle recorded this for the 2010 tribute album More Townes Van Zandt By The Great Unknown. Her version plays in the last scene of the 2017 film Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, starring Frances McDormand, Woody Harrelson and Sam Rockwell. Said Annelle: "I am a great admirer of Townes Van Zandt and his music. I chose to sing that song because I feel at home in it, and I could sing it while I was in pain myself and it helped me sing around the pain. Townes' genius was in simply but profoundly inhabiting worlds of tenderness, love, loss, desperation, escape and loneliness, and how they can exist simultaneously, and all those things are present in this one song. That it could be used in such a moving way at the end of the film, that somehow Townes' song, my rendering of it, and Martin McDonagh's storyline all came together in this way, it's just such a long shot that it happened, but I'm really happy that it did."