According to Wikipedia, there are over 25,000 covers of this song! However, the most commercially successful was Billy Stewart's version. It hit the charts in 1966, so the time frame fits.
I had never heard this version before researching this answer, but his voice could conceivably be mistaken for a woman with a lower voice. It seems to be a reasonable ...
I Think imagine by John Lennon has made many hits throughout the years up until now.
The song have been recorded each and every year and it has made many hits in the charts.
Title Performer Release date Info
Imagine John Lennon October 8, 1971 First release
Imagine Ray Conniff January 1972
Imagine Carl Wayne February 1972
Imagine Joan Baez ...
The first song is just the chorus to the original ABC by the Jackson 5, repeated twice with the name "Elmo" inserted instead of "baby"
A B C, easy as one, two, three
Simple as do re mi
A B C, one, two, three, Elmo, you and [unintelligible]
The second song is Big Joe Turner's Shake Rattle and Roll
Check it out!
Get out of that ...
References in the wikipedia article about the album Black Sabbath lead to this page about the phoshoot location.
From that page:
"Not much is known about the eerie woman used in the photo other then
she was a model/actress hired for the day and her name was Louise."
From another page some more info
Johnny Morgan and Ben Wardle write:
In the United States, as of November 2016, the song "Hallelujah", written by Leonard Cohen, has seen 8 different versions enter the Billboard Hot 100, with 3 of those reaching the Top 40. I'm not sure whether this is the U.S. record for this particular feat, or whether any additional versions of the song have charted since then.
On edit, Leonard Cohen's ...