October 22

The Female Rendition of “A Good Hearted Woman” by LeAnn Rimes


In 2011, LeAnn Rimes released her eleventh studio album Lady & Gentlemen. In her album, she covered all songs from male country singers who are known in the industry. Rimes also included two original recordings “Crazy Women” and “Give.” She also included the song she covered in the past that brought her to fame, “Blue.” On her recording of the song “Blue,” Rimes was accompanied by The Time Jumpers.


Here is the tracklist of the songs Rimes recorded for her album.

  1. “Swingin’” by John Anderson
  2. “Wasted Days and Wasted Nights” by Freddy Fender
  3. “The Only Mama That’ll Walk the Line” by Jim Alley
  4. “I Can’t Be Myself” by Merle Haggard
  5. “16 Tons” by Tennessee Ernie Ford
  6. “Help Me Make It Through the Night” by Kris Kristofferson
  7. “Rose Colored Glasses” by John Conlee
  8. “A Good Hearted Woman” by Waylon Jennings
  9. “When I Call Your Name” by Vince Gill
  10. “He Stopped Loving Her Today” by George Jones
  11. “Blue” by Bill Mack
  12. “The Bottle Let Me Down” by Merle Haggard and the Strangers
  13. “Crazy Woman” by LeAnn Rimes
  14. “Give” by LeAnn Rimes

Waylon Jennings’ “A Good Hearted Woman”

We are going to take a look on one of the songs from her Lady & Gentlemen album. “A Good Hearted Woman” has been one of Waylon Jennings best songs he recorded. The song was written by Jennings and Willie Nelson in 1969. Jennings released the song in 1971, and it hit the chart at No. 3. When he collaborated again with Nelson to record the song, the outcome became a huge success to both of them. Their recording reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. Moreover, the song secured a spot on the Billboard Hot 100. They even won the CMA’s Single of the Year.

LeAnn Rimes’ Version

LeAnn Rimes’ cover of Waylon’s song did not enter the Billboard chart. Her singles that were able to secure a spot were “Swingin’,” “Crazy Women,” and “Give.” But her album reached No. 7 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart. Moreover, it placed at No. 32 on the Billboard 200 chart. Even if her recording of “A Good Hearted Woman” did not secure a spot on the Billboard, LeAnn Rimes proved that she could perform a male version song as good as the original recording.

If you enjoy reading this article, you can find out more on our website. You can also like us on our Facebook page.


A Good Hearted Woman, LeAnn Rimes

{"email":"Email address invalid","url":"Website address invalid","required":"Required field missing"}

You may also like

LeAnn Rimes’ Version of Vince Gill’s “When I Call Your Name”

LeAnn Rimes Delivers a Stunning Patsy Cline Medley

“How Do I Live:” Trisha Yearwood Versus LeAnn Rimes

Alan Jackson’s “Precious Memories Collection” Is God’s Instrument

“September When it Comes”: The Last Duet of Johnny and Rosanne Cash

‘Heart Theory’ is Lindsay Ell’s Album that Nobody Saw Coming

Latest Stories

Here Are The Top Country Duets In Music History

Here Are Gay Country Singers You Need To Be Listening To

You Should Hear This 93-Year-Old Woman Singing “One Day at a Time”

Feel The Nostalgia In This List of Best 80’s Country Songs

Don’t Miss The Top 40 Country Songs in 2020

Here are The Top 40 Country Songs for August 2020

Subscribe to our newsletter now!

Country Thang Daily