Contents.Background and reception 'You Ain't Woman Enough (To Take My Man)' was recorded at the Columbia Recording Studio on November 15, 1965. Located in, the session was produced by renowned country music producer. Three additional tracks were recorded during this session, including the single's, 'God Gave Me a Heart to Forgive' and Lynn's hit single '.' You Ain't Woman Enough (To Take My Man)' was based on a real life woman Lynn had met backstage before a concert. Lynn recounted in 2016 that the woman confided in Lynn about how another woman attempted to steal her husband from her. In response to her words, Lynn replied, 'Honey, she ain't woman enough to take your man!' Following the conversation, Lynn went into her dressing room and wrote the song.'
You Ain't Woman Enough (To Take My Man)' reached number two on the survey in 1966. The song became her eighth top ten single on the country chart and her biggest hit up to that point. It was included on her 1966 studio album,. Later versions The song was performed by the several times in 1973. Sung by female vocalist of the band, Donna Jean Godchaux, it was never played over its original play length and was kept from becoming one of their extended jams. Covered the song for her album. The song has proved popular with southern soul artists with June Edwards (1968) and (1995) recording two well known versions.A comedic version of the song was recorded for the 2005 film by, with the full music video viewable on the DVD extras and., lead singer of rock band, has regularly performed the song while on tour; in 2010, Paramore recorded the song for the tribute album.
Also in 2010, recorded the song for her album Old Fashioned Girl.Track listings 7' vinyl single. 'You Ain't Woman Enough (To Take My Man)' – 2:11. 'God Gave Me a Heart to Forgive' – 2:54Charts Weekly charts Chart (1966)PeakpositionUS ( )2References.
Written by Loretta, the 1966 title-track of her second studio album became her biggest hit up to that point, peaking at #2.Performance by Loretta Lynn (born Loretta Webb).Loretta, the coal miner's daughter, is famously from 'Butcher Holler', a section of Van Lear, a mining community near Paintsville, Johnson County, Kentucky.You Ain't Woman Enough (To Take My Man).Recommend 'high quality' mode. The video is much clearer that way.
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