“You Ain’t Woman Enough (To Take My Man)” is a song recorded by American country music artist Loretta Lynn. The song was written by Lynn and released as a single in 1966.
The expanded version of the song showcases Lynn’s strong vocal performance and confident lyrics. The song features a classic country sound with twangy guitars, upright bass, and a steady drumbeat.
The lyrics of the song challenge a woman who is trying to steal Lynn’s man, asserting that she is not strong enough to take him away. The chorus includes the memorable line, “You ain’t woman enough to take my man,” which has since become a famous quote in popular culture.
The expanded version of the song includes an extended instrumental section featuring a guitar solo, which adds to the overall energy of the track. Lynn’s vocals are particularly powerful in this version, with her signature twang and emotive delivery shining through.
“You Ain’t Woman Enough” became one of Lynn’s signature songs and a classic of the country music genre. Its empowering message and catchy melody have made it a favorite among fans and fellow artists alike.
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