Your Good Girl's Gonna Go Bad is the debut album by American country music singer, Tammy Wynette, released in 1967. It reached number 7 on the Billboard Country Albums chart. "Apartment No. 9" had been issued as a single in late 1966 (prior to the album's release), and it reached #44; "Your Good Girl's Gonna Go Bad" was released concurrent to the album's release and reached #3 on the Country Singles chart. "Don't Touch Me" had been a top-ten hit for Jeannie Seely, and "Don't Come Home a Drinkin'" topped the country singles charts for Loretta Lynn in early 1967.