In 2008, "Make You Feel My Love" was covered by Adele. Adele recorded the song on the recommendation of her manager Jonathan Dickins, who loved the song and played it to her. It was included on her #1 debut album 19 and was released as the album's fourth and final single on 3 November 2008, both on CD and vinyl, peaking at #26 on the official UK Top 75 singles chart. The song was used in the 11 February 2009 episode of Waterloo Road and in One Tree Hill, Ghost Whisperer, Parenthood, and the pilot of Against the Wall. The song was also used in Hollyoaks on 21 April 2011, in the season 6 finale of the television show Bones and in EastEnders on 7 July 2011. 
Following Annastasia Baker's audition performance of the song on The X Factor on 28 August 2010, the single re-entered the UK Singles Chart at #78 and then reached a new peak of #24 on 11 September 2010, but after a subsequent performance by various artists at boot camp shown on 26 September, it reappeared again at #4 on 3 October 2010. Following its use in Kerry Katona's first routine in the 2011 series of Dancing on Ice on ITV1, the song rocketed back up to #7 on 17 January 2011. It re-entered the chart again at #34 on 5 June following a contestant's performance in the finals of Britain's Got Talent, and has now spent a cumulative total of 54 weeks on the official UK Top 75, making it the joint 18th longest runner of all time, and 65 weeks on the Top 100. 
On the Irish Singles Chart, it originally charted at #26 in 2008 and after the broadcast of The X Factor, re-entered the charts at #8 on 1 October 2010, peaking at #5. 
Jonathan Dickins, Adele's manager, had recommended that Adele include a cover of this song on her album, 19. Besides this, Adele also stated another reason for her deciding to record the song was:
|“||I wrote 9 songs in a short space of time, all about this awful relationship I was in. I never quite got down what I was really feeling in those songs, though. Although I was trying to. It wasn't that I was holding back or anything, but I just couldn't get it down. I was bitterly upset and then my manager played me this Bob Dylan song 'Make You Feel My Love.' The lyrics are just amazing, and summed up exactly what I'd been trying to say in my songs. It's about regretting not being with someone, and it's beautiful. It's weird that my favorite song on my album is a cover, but I couldn't not put it on there. ||”|
The video for Adele's version was released on music channels and her website in late September 2008. In the video, Adele is in a city apartment. According to the clock, it is 4:02 a.m. The room is in darkness as she looks out at the city. She picks up her phone and starts singing while texting. She continues sitting in darkness looking out at the city and checking her phone regularly for a response. The song ends, and she hears the phone "ring" indicating that she's received a text message. The video ends as she sits down to read the message. 
The video's director, Mat Kirkby, foolishly included his actual phone number in the promo and the resulting phone calls have since driven him to distraction. He told The Sun: "The song featured on her first album, '19', but because everybody sang it on 'X Factor' people have started downloading it and watching the video on YouTube. I've had more than 5,000 calls. Some people sing the song down the phone, others shout abuse. It's making my life a misery." 
The song was originally a song recorded by Bob Dylan. It was later covered by famous artists including Garth Brooks, Trisha Yearwood, Brian Ferry, and Billy Joel, who had also achieved success with the song.
The song was included on the setlist for both the An Evening With Adele Tour and the Adele Live Tour. It was also included on the EP, iTunes Live from SoHo, which included eight of her songs she performed at the iTunes Festival.
Duet with Alicia KeysEdit
At the Black Ball in 2008, an annual event held to support the children and families that Keep a Child Alive serves, Alicia Keys and Adele performed a duet of this song and Adele's single "Hometown Glory". 
Dedication to Amy WinehouseEdit
When Adele performed at the Royal Albert Hall during her Adele Live tour, she dedicated her performance of "Make You Feel My Love" to Amy Winehouse, who loved the song. She stated that every night she sang it in dedication of Winehouse because she was such an inspiration for Adele. 
Usage in mediaEdit
Adele's version of "Make You Feel My Love" was used in the media several times, especially in TV shows, including [episode title in parentheses]: Lipstick Jungle ("Lover's Leaps"), Brothers & Sisters ("Missing"), Ghost Whisperer ("Thrilled to Death"), One Tree Hill ("Every Picture Tells a Story"), Parenthood ("Qualities and Difficulties", "My Brother's Wedding"), Hellcats ("Before I Was Caught"), and Bones ("The Change in the Game"). 
"Make You Feel My Love" was included in two compilation albums: Songs for Japan and Chimes of Freedom: The Songs of Bob Dylan Honoring 50 Years of Amnesty International. The original studio recording was used for Songs for Japan; the album was criticized for using pre-recorded and previously released songs with the exception of a remix of Lady Gaga's "Born This Way". A live version of "Make You Feel My Love", from WXPN, was released on Chimes of Freedom.
|Albums||First Demo · 19 · iTunes Live from SoHo · 21 · iTunes Festival: London 2011 · Live at the Royal Albert Hall · Third Album|
|Singles||"Hometown Glory" · "Chasing Pavements" · "Cold Shoulder" · "Many Shades of Black" · "Make You Feel My Love" · "Water and a Flame" · "Rolling in the Deep" · "Someone Like You" · "Set Fire to the Rain" · "Rumour Has It" · "Turning Tables" · "Skyfall"|
|Music Videos||"Hometown Glory" · "Chasing Pavements" · "Cold Shoulder" · "Make You Feel My Love" · "Melt My Heart to Stone" · "Rolling in the Deep" · "Someone Like You" · "Set Fire to the Rain" · "Turning Tables"|
|Other songs||"My Same" · "My Yvonne" · "Every Glance" · "Lovesong" · "I'll Be Waiting" · More...|
|Tours||An Evening with Adele · Adele Live (cancelled — vocal hemorrhage)|
|Family||Penny Adkins · Mark Evans · Cameron Evans · John Evans · Rose Evans · John Adkins · Doreen Adkins · Anita Adkins · Louie · Simon Konecki · Angelo James Konecki|