In 1942 Peggy Lee had her first number one hit. The following year Lee married guitarist and composer Dave Barbour - the two had a child that same year. By 1960, Lee had been married and divorced three times. In the mid-1960's she give marriage a final shot, but it lasted only a year. In 1962 she had a minor hit with the Jerry Leiber and Michael Stoller penned song I'm A Woman. The song was originally recorded in 1962 by R&B singer Christine Kittrell. After covering the song at her live shows, Lee recorded the song later that year, and in 1963 it became the title of her album that featured the song. Leiber and Stoller worked with Lee on the song, re-working the vocal interpretation, and adding in the horn and sax.
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