No Place That Far is the second studio album by country music singer–songwriter Sara Evans, released in 1998. The first single, "Cryin' Game", only made it to number 56; this single also included a non-album track titled "Wait a Minute". However, it produced Evans' first number one country hit in its second single, the title track. "Fool, I'm a Woman" was released as the final single, peaking at number 32. The album was certified gold by the RIAA for American sales of 500,000 copies.
The International album originally included remixes of the singles "Cryin' Game"; "Fool, I'm a Woman"; and "No Place That Far", the latter excluded the backing vocals by Vince Gill which were featured on the American version. It also included two extra tracks, a remix of "Almost New" from the Clay Pigeons soundtrack and a cover of "I Only Have Eyes for You". This edition of the album is now out of print however and only the original American album is available to download making these tracks quite rare.
"Fool, I'm a Woman" was the third and final single released from Sara Evans' album No Place That Far in 1999. The song made it to number 32 on the Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart and featured a live music video.
"Fool, I'm a Woman" was included as a track on the CMT Girls' Night Out compilation album a year later. Evans performed the song on the CMT Girls' Night Out special which featured harmony vocals provided by Martina McBride, Lorrie Morgan, and Mindy McCready; this was used as a music video. The song was then featured on Evans' compilation album Feels Like Home.