"Someday Soon" is a song composed by Canadian singer-songwriter Ian Tyson. He recorded the song with his wife, Sylvia Tyson, as the duo Ian & Sylvia in 1964. Although this version was not released as a single, the song has been recorded by Judy Collins, Moe Bandy and Suzy Bogguss, all of whom had chart success with it. Collins's version was issued as a single to the pop format, while Bandy's and Bogguss's versions were hit singles on country music radio.
Ian Tyson first recorded this song while married to, and musical partner with, Sylvia Tyson in 1964 on the album Northern Journey. Of Ian Tyson, Richie Unterberger described this version as "clearly point[ing] toward his future C&W/cowboy direction."
"She's Not Really Cheatin' (She's Just Gettin' Even)" (1982)
In 1982, country music singer Moe Bandy covered the song on his album Rodeo Romeo for Columbia Records. It was the second and final single from that album. This version entered the country music charts in the U.S. and Canada, respectively reaching #21 and #36.
Suzy Bogguss charted a recording of the song in 1991, from her album Aces on Liberty Records. It was released in September as the first single from that album, spending twenty weeks on the country singles charts and peaking at #12. The song also reached #16 on the RPM Country Tracks charts.
Bryan Buss of Allmusic described Bogguss's rendition as the "second strongest cut" on Aces, saying that her vocal performance "makes Bogguss an artist and not just a vocalist."