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Top 10 Shania Twain Songs

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Shania Twain songs, like the artist herself, are timeless. The Canadian country-pop queen reigned the airwaves in the mid-to-late-’90s, blasting out woman-empowering anthems and sensitive ballads that consistently climbed the charts and left fans wanting more.

Twain’s captivating voice, sassy attitude and whistle-worthy good looks are just a few reasons she has become the country icon we know today. To honor this accomplished songstress, we have compiled a list of her Top 10 songs.

Shania Honey I'm Home


‘Honey I’m Home’

From ‘Come on Over’ (1997)



Kicking off the list, ‘Honey I’m Home’ is a song every working woman can identify with. Its heavy stomp-clap rhythm invites you to join in easily. One of her most successful hits, the song hit number one on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. It’s a classic country song with a hint of rock — a perfect representation of what Twain is all about.


Shania - Don't Be Stupid


‘Don’t Be Stupid (You Know I Love You)’

From ‘Come on Over’ (1997)



The second single off Twain’s ‘Come on Over’ album, this lighthearted country-pop tune puts you in a good mood from the first note. The hooky fiddle melodies and toe-tapping beat make you want to stop what you’re doing and square dance. ‘Don’t Be Stupid’ reached No. 6 on Billboard’s country charts and kept Twain on an upward journey toward unprecedented crossover success.


shania the woman in me


‘The Woman in Me (Needs the Man in You)’

From ‘The Woman in Me’ (1995)



As the title track off Twain’s first commercially successful album, this sultry love song came with an equally sexy (yet classy) music video. Though it only reached No. 14 on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart, the star’s subtlety and approachable beauty established her as the sort of gal you’d be lucky to have, but could still take home to Mom.


Shania You're Still The One


‘You’re Still the One’

From ‘Come on Over’ (1997)



This airy pop-country ballad was an instant crossover hit, peaking at No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and winning Twain two Grammys in 1999. It propelled her further into superstardom, solidifying her status as a pop culture icon. If you didn’t know who Shania Twain was before this song, you did after.


Shania - Whose Bed


‘Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under?’

From ‘The Woman in Me’ (1995)



The first single off Twain’s breakout album ‘The Woman in Me’ reached No. 11 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart in 1995, laying the groundwork for who she wanted to be as an artist. The classic country style and catchy melody put her on the map and launched her career as a powerful female force in country music.


shania from this moment


‘From This Moment On’

From ‘Come on Over’ (1997)



Close your eyes for a moment while you listen to this song and you might remember slow-dancing with a football player, or crying in your car after a breakup. It’s everything a ballad should be. In the duet version, Twain’s voice blends perfectly with Bryan White’s as they declare their unending love over swelling strings and a key change that comes at just the right second, earning this song a permanent place on this Top 10 Shania Twain Songs list.


Shania Any Man of Mine


‘Any Man of Mine’

From ‘The Woman in Me’ (1995)



Any true country girl would gladly claim this anthem. Its stomp-clap rhythm and upbeat fiddle licks give it a straight up down-home country feel, and its message is clear: whether she’s late for a date or burns your dinner, you are still lucky to have her. It’s obvious why this tune — the second single from ‘The Woman in Me’– was Twain’s first No. 1 hit.


Shania If You're Not In It - Square


‘(If You’re Not in It for Love) I’m Outta Here!’

From ”The Woman in Me’ (1995)



This bluesy ultimatum was yet another No. 1 hit for Twain from her ‘The Woman in Me’ album. The song’s unique blend of blues, pop and country styles combined with its key change from verse to chorus and signature clapping rhythm make it a standout tune worthy of slot number three on our Top 10 Shania Twain Songs list.


Shania - Don't Impress Me


‘That Don’t Impress Me Much’

From ‘Come on Over’ (1997)



Once again, Shania Twain makes that man prove himself worthy of her attention in ‘That Don’t Impress Me Much’ — even if he’s a rocket scientist! This dancey country-rock hit is a classic tune, conveying the sassy attitude and catchy melodies Twain is so known for. The song reached No. 8 on Billboard’s Hot Country chart and remains one of her most well-known songs to date.


Shania Man I Feel


‘Man! I Feel Like a Woman!’

From ‘Come on Over’ (1997)



Can anyone hear the phrase “let’s go girls” without immediately thinking of this song? No — it’s impossible. The track’s iconic intro lick and catchy singalong vibe won this song a Grammy for Best Female Country Vocal Performance in 2000 and a No. 4 slot on the country charts. The most staunch pop purists can still sing along to this one years later, even if they mumble the chorus a bit in the middle. That’s what makes it the all-time best Shania Twain song.


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