My Woman, My Woman, My Wife

Album: My Woman, My Woman, My Wife (1970)
Charted: 42

Songfacts®:

  • The title track of Marty Robbins' My Woman, My Woman, My Wife album, this was written especially for the singer's wife Marizona Baldwin, whom he married in June 1945.
  • "My Woman" was released as a single on January 23, 1970. Four days later, Robbins became one of the first people in the US to undergo a triple arterial bypass, which we now know as open-heart surgery.
  • The song spent a single week at #1 on the Country chart and earned Robbins his first Top 50 entry on the Hot 100 in eight years.
  • "My Woman, My Woman, My Wife" earned Robbins a Grammy for Best Country Song.

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