Loretta Lynn Wows With Revamped Performance Of ‘You’re Lookin’ At Country’


The First Lady of Country, Loretta Lynn, donned one of her signature gowns fit for a queen, took the stage at the Grand Ole Opry and proceeded to charm the socks off of everyone in the audience with a performance of her classic “You’re Lookin’ At Country.” 

The song was released in 1971 and reached No. 5 on U.S. Billboard Hot Country Singles and No. 1 on the Canadian RPM Country chart. 

“I’m about as old fashioned as I can be and I hope you’re likin’ what you see, cause if you’re lookin’ at me you’re lookin’ at country” coos Loretta with that same spark she did at its original release almost 45 years ago. 

“You’re Lookin’ At Country” has been covered by Carrie Underwood and was featured on the tribute album to Loretta entitled Coal Miner’s Daughter: A Tribute To Loretta Lynn. 

Watch the performance below for an awe-worthy journey into the past, because if you’re lookin’ at Loretta, you’re lookin’ at country. 

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