Shania Twain’s 10 Best Songs, Ranked

By: Abrar Khan

10

The final Number One hit of Twain’s career, “Honey, I’m Home” helped pump more fuel into the hit-making engines of Come on Over, which churned out two of her most career-defining songs

"Honey, I'm Home" (1998)

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09

The Woman in Me had already spawned five hit singles by the time this Bakersfield-influenced love song hit the airwaves during the summer of 1996.

"No One Needs to Know" (1996)

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08

it “only” cracked the country Top 40 — “Home Ain’t Where His Heart Is (Anymore)” served the equally important role of being the breakthrough album’s lead track,

"Home Ain't Where His Heart Is (Anymore)" (1996)

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07

“Any Man of Mine” singlehandedly build the bridge between Twain’s country foundation and her pop/rock makeover.

"Any Man of Mine" (1995)

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06

“From This Moment On” didn’t disappoint — both in terms of sales and artistic statement.

"From This Moment On" (1998)

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05

The song itself is Nineties country gold, complete with clever wordplay, big vocal harmonies, and plenty of fiddle.

"Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under" (1995)

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04

If there is a better lyric in modern country music than, “Okay, so you’re Brad Pitt? That don’t impress me much,” we’ve yet to find it.

"That Don't Impress Me Much" (1998)

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03

Twain had scored her first country Number One with “Any Man of Mine” a few months before “(If You’re Not in It for Love) I’m Outta Here!”

"If You're Not in It for Love (I'm Outta Here)" (1995)

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02

By the time they released this seventh single off 1997’s Come On Over, it was obvious that the Shania Twain/Mutt Lange team’s ambitions weren’t just arena-sized – no, they wanted the whole danged stadium.

"Man! I Feel Like a Woman!" (1997)

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01

The ultimate Y2K prom theme, “You’re Still the One” was ubiquitous during the late Nineties, when it dominated mainstream radio alongside Celine Dion’s “My Heart Will Go On,”.

"You're Still the One" (1998)

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