''You Ain't Woman Enough'' is a 1966 studio album by American country music singer-songwriter, Loretta Lynn.
The album was Lynn's second studio album released in 1966. The lead single, "You Ain't Woman Enough" became Lynn's biggest hit up to that point peaking at #2. The flip side of the single, "A Man I Hardly Know", charted on the Country Singles chart in 1967. Like Lynn's previous albums with Decca Records, ''You Ain't Woman'' consists of 12 tracks recorded in the Nashville studios. Some of the songs are new recordings, while some are cover versions of previous hits by other artists, including Nancy Sinatra's "These Boots Are Made for Walking" and Dolly Parton's "Put It Off Until Tomorrow".
Allmusic gave the album a positve review, calling Lynn's cover version of the Wilburn Brothers' hit "Its Another World" an "excellent version" of their song. The song includes double track harmony vocals of Lynn singing. The album includes three other Lynn compostions, one of which was co-written with another songwriter. The album became Lynn's first album to top the Billboard Top Country Albums and to also chart on the Billboard 200.
It was covered by the Grateful Dead several times in 1973. It was sung by female vocalist of the band, Donna Jean Godchaux. The cover was never played over its original play length and was kept from becoming one of their extended jam.