I'm a One-Woman Man
|"I'm a One Woman Man"|
|Single by George Jones|
|from the album One Woman Man|
|B-side||"Pretty Little Lady from Beaumont Texas"|
|Songwriter(s)||Tillman Franks, Johnny Horton|
|George Jones singles chronology|
"(I'm a) One-Woman Man" is a song co-written by American country music artist Johnny Horton and Tillman Franks. It was originally released as a single by Horton in 1956, whose version peaked at number 7 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart. The song was twice recorded by American country music artist George Jones: first released on the album The Crown Prince of Country Music retitled "One Woman Man" in 1960, and later as "I'm a One Woman Man" released in November 1988 as the first single from his album One Woman Man. It peaked at number 5 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart  in early 1989 and it would be his final Top 10 solo hit. His final appearance on the Top-10 country singles chart arrived a year later as part of a duet recording with Randy Travis. In spite of the lack of radio hits as the 1990s dawned Jones remained a popular concert draw for the next two decades and continued to release original recordings into the mid 2000s.
|U.S. Billboard Hot Country Singles||7|
|US Hot Country Songs (Billboard)||5|
|Canada Country Tracks (RPM)||93|
|US Country Songs (Billboard)||70|
- Steve Young covered the song on his pioneering Country rock/Outlaw country album Rock Salt & Nails in 1969.
- Glen Campbell covered the song on his 1987 album Still Within the Sound of My Voice.
- Josh Turner covered the song on his 2007 album Everything Is Fine under the title "One Woman Man."
- "Johnny Horton singles". Allmusic. Retrieved November 25, 2011.
- "George Jones singles". Allmusic. Retrieved November 25, 2011.
- "George Jones – Chart history" Billboard Hot Country Songs for George Jones.
- "RPM Top 100 Country Tracks of 1989". RPM. December 23, 1989. Retrieved August 28, 2013.
- "Best of 1989: Country Songs". Billboard. Prometheus Global Media. 1989. Retrieved August 28, 2013.
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