Ain't We Havin' Us a Good Time is the eighteenth solo studio album by American country singer Connie Smith. It was released in April 1972 on the RCA Victor label. The project contained a total of ten tracks which were considered to have a "thicker seventies" sound, according to one biographer. Included on the album was Smith's single, "Just for What I Am". It became a top five single on the North American country songs chart while the album itself reached the American country LP's top 25. Ain't We Havin' Us a Good Time received a favorable review from Billboard magazine following its release.
By 1972, Connie Smith had nearly eight years of commercial country music success. She reached her career zenith in the mid 1960s with a series of top ten hits fueled by her eight-week number one debut single titled "Once a Day". After discovering Christianity in 1968, Smith's commercial momentum slightly dipped after she re-evaluated her personal and professional choices. Yet