Only What I Feel is the sixth album, and the first since signing with Epic Records in 1992, recorded by country music artist Patty Loveless. It was released in 1993. Four tracks from the album made in into the Billboard top 20 country singles charts, including the #1 "Blame It on Your Heart" and the #3 "How Can I Help You Say Goodbye," later covered by Laura Branigan. The #6 hit "You Will" was originally recorded by Anne Murray as the title track of her 1990 album. The only single to not make the top ten was the #20 hit "Nothin' But The Wheel", considered by many Patty fans to be one of her finest works. The album peaked at #9, and was certified platinum for shipments of over 1,000,000 copies in the U.S. This album was Loveless' first album since she had surgery to repair burst nodes on her vocal cords in 1992.
The album produced four singles for Loveless, all of which reached top 20 on the U.S. country charts. Leading off the single releases was the Harlan Howard-Kostas co-write "Blame It on Your Heart," which in June 1993 became a Number One country hit. After it came "Nothin' but the Wheel," which peaked at #20 during the week of October 23, 1993. Peter Wolf covered the song on his record Sleepless. The album's third single was "You Will" at #6, followed by "How Can I Help You Say Goodbye" with a #3 peak in July 1994.