There are at least two.
I was reading Malott's Blog. He posted a verse from Proverbs about quarrelsome wives. That's not one of the Single Women's verses. That would be a man's verse. But when I was reading the comments, I noticed that All_I_Can_Stands mentioned Isaiah, and that got me to thinking about Isaiah 43:4, in the middle. You have to read it in the King James version, or it messes up the meaning.
I will give men for you.
Now, as a single (divorced, to be exact) woman, I find "a man" to be preferrable to "men," but I suppose one man would single himself out of the crowd eventually.
The other verse was pointed out by Single Woman, Luci Swindoll (Chuck's sister), at a Women of Faith conference.
Luke 9:23 If any man would come after me, let him.
When my church was building our new building, and before they put in the carpet, the congregation was invited to bring Magic Markers and write their favorite Bible verse(s) on the concrete floor. I wrote a verse about singing, I think Psalm 149:1, under the place where the Praise Team would be. In the sanctuary, I wrote Habakkuk 1:5, and in the Sunday School classrooms, I wrote something about studying the Word. In the Nursery, someone else wrote, "And they shall all be changed."
But one young woman told me she wrote the Luke Single Woman's verse on the floor in the High School room. Just the way you see it here. Perfect.