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Top 10 Shania Twain Songs

By The Boot Staff

Shania Twain songs are some of the most popular in country music history. A mix of spirited female empowerment anthems and tender ballads has made Twain one of the best-selling female artists of all time across all genres.

Her breakthrough came with ‘The Woman in Me’ in 1995, which launched Twain to worldwide superstar status. Its follow-up, 1997′s ‘Come on Over,’ cemented her position as the hottest female artist in country music, selling a remarkable 40 million copies worldwide. Her most recent full studio album, ‘Up!,’ was released in 2002.

Our list of the Top 10 Shania Twain Songs celebrates the best of her best.

Shania Twain (If You're Not in It for Love) I'm Outta Here!
10 '(If You're Not in It for Love) I'm Outta Here!'
From: 'The Woman in Me' (1995)
This song taps into the psyche of every eligible single girl who wants to drive her point home to the potential man of her dreams. Let's just cut to the chase: If you're not going to commit to a long-lasting, loving relationship, "I'm outta here!" Written by Twain and then-husband and producer Mutt Lange, the song was her second No. 1 hit, and the first to be re-mixed in different formats for international release.
Shania Twain Come on Over Single
9 'Come on Over'
From: 'Come on Over' (1997)
This "be happy, be who you are," song that encourages us to "be a winner, be a star" could stand alone as a three-hour Tony Robbins motivational speech, but we're glad Twain paired the words with a catchy melody that works just as well -- in just under three minutes. Written with Lange, the song reached No. 6 in the Hot Country Songs chart, and won a Grammy for Best Country Song in 2000.
Shania Twain Forever and for Always
8 'Forever and for Always'
From: 'Up!' (2002)
The third single from 'Up!' is an old-fashioned love song that's brought to life through the video that's a must-see for Shania Twain fans. A soulful, sexy Shania on the beach is intercut with scenes of three couples (adolescents, young adults and seniors) whose body language speaks of eternal love. Twain has said that the song is one of her favorites from her own catalog. It was nominated for Grammys in the category of Best Country Song and Best Female Country Vocal Performance.
Shania Twain I Ain't No Quitter
7 'I Ain't No Quitter'
From: 'Greatest Hits' (2004)
This little sleeper didn't make many waves when it came out in 2005, but it's a line-dancer's dream song. The "boozer/loser, schemer/dreamer," who decides he "ain't no quitter," gets a break from the woman scorned, who decides she "ain't no quitter," either. The song was released as the third single from Twain's greatest hits collection, and though it didn't equal the chart run of some others, it still deserves a spot in the Top 10 Shania Twain Songs.
Shania Twain Honey, I'm Home
6 'Honey, I'm Home'
From: 'Come on Over' (1997)
An anthem for the working woman who has a "honey" to come home to at the end of a bad day at the office. It's nice to have a sounding board at the end the day -- someone who can pour you a cold one, rub your bunions, fix you a treat and, well, just listen. Written by Twain and Lange, and produced in the multi-genre style that typifies many of her biggest recordings, the song became Twain's seventh No. 1 hit, and is, to date, her final No. 1 career single.
Shania Twain The Woman in Me Single
5 'The Woman in Me (Needs the Man in You)'
From: 'The Woman in Me' (1995)
Here's a thoughtful song that touches the tender heart. Shania takes the high road to the man who can comfort her vulnerable soul. Her lyrics let go of the independent woman long enough to allow herself to be truly loved: "The woman in me needs you to be the man in my arms to hold tenderly / The woman in me, needs the man in you." It was released as the third single from 'The Woman in Me,' and though it failed to reach the Top 10 in its chart run, it still qualifies as one of the Top 10 Shania Twain Songs in our book.
Shania Twain Any Man of Man
4 'Any Man of Mine'
From: 'The Woman in Me' (1995)
Here's a woman who knows what she wants in a man, and is not afraid to write a song about it. It's a catchy tune with a catch: love me when I'm ugly; agree with me at all times; keep me in your thoughts when I'm having a bad hair day ... in other words, walk the line with a smile on your face. Got that? Mutt Lange's groundbreaking pop-country production helped the track become Twain's first No. 1 hit, and established the sound that would serve as the template for many of Twain's future hits.
Shania Twain You're Still the One
3 'You're Still the One'
From: 'Come on Over' (1997)
It was the 1999 Grammy winner for Best Country Song, but this poignant ballad was also Shania's first pop hit, establishing her as one of the most successful crossover artists of all time. Twain and her then-husband and producer, Mutt Lange,  wrote the song in response to media criticism about their relationship. The critics may have been right, since they subsequently divorced, but Twain gets the last laugh with this love song that's still a staple on radio more than a decade later.
Shania Twain Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under
2 'Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under?'
From: 'The Woman in Me' (1995)
In this song, Twain insinuates that her significant other's boots have been under too many beds for her liking. This song brings out the angry side of every woman who has had trouble with the man in her life who has a penchant for cheating. Released as the first single from Twain's career-resurrecting 'The Woman in Me,' it became her first hit, and introduced her fans to what would become a large part of her signature sound.
Shania Twain From This Moment On
1 'From This Moment On' (Feat. Bryan White)
From: 'Come on Over' (1997)
Twain hand-picked Bryan White to sing this with her, which turned out to be a collaboration made in heaven. Simply one of the most powerful and endearing love songs ever recorded, together they made you believe that love is to be shared through good times and bad. The video was an enormous worldwide hit in multiple formats, including a pop remix that removed White's voice entirely. It tops our list of the Top 10 Shania Twain Songs.
What Are Your Favorite Shania Twain Songs?


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