"When the Tingle Becomes a Chill" (1975)
It's over but only one of you knows it. Loretta Lynn knows how this feels. She found a song written by Lola Jean Dillon that put the loneliness and despair, and pity for the unaware partner, of that feeling into words and music so heartbreaking that listening to it conjures a shiver every time you hear Lynn sing candidly about faking it. "And though I pretend, you just don't turn me on". . . ouch. By song's end, she concludes simply, "A woman can't help the way that she feels." Lots of other people know how it feels too, and the song went all the way to Number Two.