They're gonna find us some day
A perfect example for this is the Chips Moman/Dan Penn penned (scnr) "Dark End of the Street", which was originally recorded by James Carr in 1966.
One might argue, that there is a close relationship between the soul/r&b-genre and the folk/country-genre, and the differences are mainly constituted by the predominant skin colour of the performers.
Besides these versions posted here, artists as diverse as Dolly Parton, Elvis Costello and Linda Ronstadt have recorded this song, but my collection lacks their respective take on this classic.
The Flying Burrito Brothers:
Richard & Linda Thompson:
The Moving Hearts:
The Afghan Whigs:
Diamanda Galas & John Paul Jones: