"Who's Cheatin' Who" is the title of a country music song written by Jerry Hayes and initially recorded by Charly McClain. It was the title track of her 1980 album for Epic Records, released in November 1980 as a single with "Love Scenes" on the B-side, and in early 1981 became her first Number One hit on the Billboard country charts. Seventeen years later, Alan Jackson had chart success with the song as well, with his cover version reaching Top Five on the country charts.
In 1997, Alan Jackson covered the song on his album Everything I Love, releasing it as a single that year. Jackson's cover features several solos after the last chorus. Jackson also switches the song's pronouns to put it in a male's perspective. His version includes a series of extended electric guitar and piano solos before the final chorus.
The music video was directed by Brad Fuller and premiered in mid-1997 on Country Music Television. It was filmed on location in Concord, North Carolina. Many of NASCAR's Ford drivers had a part in the video, like Rusty Wallace (who played the ending guitar solo), John Andretti, Jeremy Mayfield, Kenny Irwin, Jr. (whose #98 Raybestos Ford F-150 NASCAR SuperTruck is driven at one point by Jackson in a "race", before Alan drives off the track and returns in the Bigfoot monster truck), Dale Jarrett, Mark Martin, Bill Elliot and Ernie Irvan.