Am I Not Your Girl? is the third album by Irish singer Sinéad O'Connor and the follow-up to the hugely successful I Do Not Want What I Haven't Got. It is a collection of covers of mostly jazz standards, which Sinéad describes as "the songs I grew up listening to [and] that made me want to be a singer". The album title comes from the song "Success Has Made a Failure of Our Home".
The album did not gain much critical acclaim, perhaps because Sinéad had become a major artist in the modern pop genre due to her previous album I Do Not Want What I Haven't Got and this album was composed of songs written from 1936 to 1978. This, coupled with the Garden State Arts Center controversy and an introduction in the album in which she mentions sexual abuse, addiction, emotional abuse, and asks "Où est le roi perdu? [translation: "Where is the lost king?"] If you're out there—I want to see you.", led to Sinéad losing much of the commercial momentum her career had built up until then.
Some copies of the original Japanese release of this album include three additional bonus tracks: "My Heart Belongs to Daddy", "Almost in Your Arms" and "Fly Me to the Moon." These songs only appear on some Japanese copies and are quite rare to find.