Unusual song structure for Mr. Big's "To Be With You": Other examples in pop music?

Lots and lots of pop songs have key changes (generally moving up a step or half a step, e.g., C major to C# major). I’m sure we could come up with a huge list of pop or rock songs that do this. Mr. Big’s 1991 hit"To Be With You" is one such example. Listen for a key signature change at 2:21 as they begin a chorus.

What is unusual about “To Be With You” is that it later goes back down to the original key signature at 2:44 as the chorus is repeated once more. Are there any other well-known pop songs structured like this?

Cat Steven’s “Morning Has Broken” has the first two verses in C, then a verse in D, and the final verse back in C.