Just One Time is the sixteenth solo studio album by American country singer Connie Smith. It was released in June 1971 via RCA Victor and contained ten tracks. The album was named for the lead single of the same name, which reached the top five of the North American country charts in 1971. The album itself would chart in the top 20 of the American country LP's chart following its release. Additionally, Billboard magazine gave the project a positive reception when reviewing it in 1971.
After discovering Christianity in 1968, Smith's commercial success lost some of its momentum. Although she had a string of top ten singles between 1964 and 1968, Smith's future releases following 1968 made the top ten with less frequency. Yet, she remained popular with 1970's top five song, "I Never Once Stopped Loving You", and 1971's top five song, "Just One Time". The latter single inspired the title of Smith's next album. Smith's friend and fellow country artist, Loretta Lynn, wro