The Platters - "Only You"
Not really a cover.
The Platters had recorded an earlier version for Federal before they went to Mercury, but the earlier version was only released AFTER the Mercury version became a hit.
I don't think you can call a second version by the same artist a "cover."
Besides, most of these items are not actually "covers" anyway. They are remakes.
A "cover" REALLY only means when an artist releases a version of a current hit song in an effort to steal away some of the popularity from the other version.
Record that are actually covers include "Little Darlin'" by the Diamonds and "Tutti-Frutti" by Pat Boone.
The Beatles did not release any actual covers, but the Stones did. They covered Irma Thomas's then current song "Time Is On My Side" in 1964 and also that year they covered the Valentino's then current R&B chart hit "It's All Over Now."
Also, for a record to be a "cover" is has to generally sound similar to the version it is copying, as both of those Stones records do. It will be obvious that the artist doing the cover version was trying to copy the first artist's arrangement and sometimes even their style.
Devo doing "Satisfaction" or instance, is in no way a "cover." The record came out like 12-13 years after the original version, and clearly is not trying to sound at all like the original version.
Despite the way the term is used nowadays, that is NOT a "cover."