Fyfe Dangerfield eschews sentimentality for a breezy-but-soulful delivery that makes this less of a cover and more a remake. It's more style than substance, but that's completely appropriate--he didn't write the song, and it's highly likely that he's never even met Elizabeth Weber, so this totally works as far as I'm concerned. Too little would be detached, too much would be sappy, but he's found something that works.
"She can kill with a smile
She can wound with her eyes
She can ruin your faith with her casual lies"
Song: "She's Always a Woman"
Artist: Fyfe Dangerfield