"Stop the World (And Let Me Off)" on the album "Patsy Cline's Golden Hits" is a 1962 compilation album that consisted of material recorded by country music singer Patsy Cline.
One of only two compilation albums released during Cline's lifetime, Patsy Cline's Golden Hits consisted of some tracks recorded by Cline under her first record label, Four Star. It included her 1957 hit, "Walkin' After Midnight", and other lesser-known singles that were released, such as "I Don't Wanta", "Three Cigarettes (In an Ashtray)", and "I Can See an Angel". It was released by Everest Records and has not been reissued since its initial release in 1962. The exact month and day of its release is unknown.