Shania Twain was the “it-girl” of country music during the ‘90s. Hits like “Man! I Feel Like A Woman, “Any Man Of Mine,” and “You’re Still The One” not only made her a success but also helped redefine the genre. Incorporating pop sounds and creating theatrical music videos are things Twain pioneered, and they’re still being done by country artists to this day. In honor of the Canadian superstar’s birthday, here are five Shania Twain Songs you may have missed.
1. “You Can’t Buy My Love”
“When life gives you lemons, they pour down from the heavens. This is what you’ve got to do, make some lemonade.”
2. “I Ain’t Goin’ Down”
“I’m gonna hold on, cause what I believe in is so strong. No matter how long, no one can tell me I’m wrong. I ain’t goin’ down.”
3. “If It Don’t Take Two”
“It takes two to tango, and two to steal a kiss, but a flame and a candle won’t burn on a night like this.”
“I miss you now and then, but would I do it all again? Nah!”
5. “Honey, I’m Home”
“This job ain’t worth the pay, can’t wait until the end of the day. Hey honey, I’m on my way.”
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