When you attend one of the weekly Song Suffragettes' performances, you're likely to hear a song that represents scorned women everywhere. For a recent grand finale, the five ladies covered one of the best from that category. Watch as this group takes on Shania Twain's "Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under."

Kalie Shorr, Kasey Tyndall, Tiera, Lexi Mackenzie and Lauren Mascitti are the five Song Suffragette girls on stage to sing this song. As usual, Shorr leads off and takes lead on guitar. From there the group joins in with frequent #LetTheGirlsPlay guest Tyndall and the others filling out the remaining verses.

The #LetTheGirlsPlay movement was started to give aspiring women in country music a chance to be discovered. In addition to the weekly spotlights, one young singer or songwriter gets featured each month in a three-part spotlight series. This month Ella Mae Bowen is the artist of the month. Read more about her HERE.

Watch the Song Suffragettes' "Automatic" Cover