One of the most well known Motown and The Supremes songs is from 1966. It's also their 7th #1 in the US, a step to a more sophisticated and adult sound as it is said. Its lyrics are losely inspired by a 1950's gospel song (You can't hurry God) He's right on time. It was recorded in a same session wit You keep me hanging on, their 8th #1 hit.
The most famous cover is Phil Collins' UK #1 version. He told his aim was to do a remake, to recreate the Motown sound even if with the new sophisticated recording facilities it was very hard.
You keep me hanging on was a #2 Uk and #1 US , Australia and Canada hit for Kim Wilde