The Best 15 Shania Twain Songs In Order of Popularity

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Last updated on August 4th, 2023 at 06:01 am

Shania Twain is an amazing vocalist who has had numerous radio hits over the course of her career. But which Shania Twain songs are considered her best?

We’ve done all the research for you, so read on to find out the best Shania Twain songs in order of popularity.


15. “The Woman in Me (Needs the Man in You)”—1995

Shania Twain is such a woman power icon; this song can seem a bit out of place for the die-hard fan. But the song also expresses a lot of humility and is one of the last of her top hits to do so.


14. “Honey, I’m Home”—1998

“Honey, I’m Home” is technically one of her top hits, but to be honest, the lyrics in this song fell a little short of her other masterpieces. The song made up for it, though, with an awesome beat that kept people jamming to it for days until it hit the top country charts.


13. “No One Needs to Know”—1996

Released in 1996, “No One Needs to Know” climbed the charts thanks to being featured in the movie Twister. Fans of her original country sound often list this song as their favorite since it isn’t the same as her pop sound, which had taken over much of her repertoire by 1997.


12. “Home Ain’t Where His Heart Is (Anymore)”—1996

We aren’t really sure why this song was such a big hit. Maybe it was the lyrics or the fact that this song is one of her last country hits. But either way, this song ended up in the Top Country 40 in the mid-’90s before falling into oblivion.


11. “(If You’re Not In It For Love) I’m Outta Here”—1995

You may be surprised to see this song all the way down at number 11. The truth is, as a country hit, this song did hit #1. But on a nationwide and worldwide scale, this song was just a little too country for widespread audiences. It did end up on the Billboard 100 in 1995 but only made it to position #74.  


10. “Don’t Be Stupid (You Know I Love You)”—1997

This next song of Twain’s was a unique one, but it’s the music video that really made it a hit. Many people have a hard time seeing the roots of country in Irish folk music, but that is where it came from—which probably explains why this tune was such a big hit, although it’s got such a unique flair.


9. “I’m Gonna Getcha Good!”—2002

Although “I’m Gonna Getcha Good” has a country title, this song shows that Shania Twain had completed her transformation and was now a pop star. In the years since, this song has been covered by the Jonas Brothers, which says a lot about where Shania’s music ended up.


8. “Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under”—1995

One of her earlier hits, “Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under,” is a clever play on words with a message the fans love. It was also one of her first songs that was co-written with Mutt Lange.


7. “Any Man of Mine”—1995

“Any Man of Mine” is an important turning point in Shania Twain’s career. While this song didn’t hit as big as some of her others, it led fans from her traditional country tunes into what is known as her pop/rock era.


6. “Love Gets Me Every Time”—1997

 1997 marks the year when Mutt Lange, then Shania’s husband, began introducing his unique sound to Shania’s music. Known for his work with AC/DC and Def Leppard, it’s easy to notice the transformation he brought to Twain’s music during their time together.


5. “Man! I Feel Like A Woman”—1999

You are probably surprised to see this song in the 5th position in terms of popularity, and that is because while this song wasn’t a top hit when it came out, it did stand the test of time better than Shania’s other songs. In fact, if you hear Shania Twain songs at all these days, it’s probably “Man! I Feel Like a Woman,” and it is her top song on Spotify.


4. “Forever And For Always”—2003

“Forever And For Always” is a bit of a forgotten Shania Twain song, which is surprising considering this song once held the 20th spot on the Billboard 100. But something about this song hasn’t appealed to modern listeners as it isn’t in her top 5 most listened to songs on Spotify, and Rolling Stones doesn’t even include this song in their top 20 of Shania Twain songs.


3. “That Don’t Impress Me Much”—1999

This song by Shania Twain is the epitome of the strong girl anthem, as the lyrics include the rejection of Brad Pitt! But while this song is loved around the world, it still took third place among American listeners and is currently the 4th most popular of Shania Twain songs in terms of Spotify listens.  


2. “From This Moment On”—1998

Many are surprised to see “From This Moment On” beating “Man! I Feel Like a Woman,” but it’s true. “From This Moment On” reached the 4th position on the Billboard 100 and stayed there for 14 weeks, meanwhile, “Man! I Feel Like a Woman” never made it further than position 23, though it was on the charts for 28 weeks.


1. “You’re Still The One”—1998

“You’re Still The One” is Shania Twain’s number-one hit of all time. While she never truly had a song reach the number one position on the Billboard 100, this one did reach the number 2 spot and stayed on the charts for 42 weeks. Therefore, it’s safe to say this is her number-one song of all time.

Written by Hope Davis

Long-time music lover Hope became a full-time writer in 2020 after being laid off from her regular job due to COVID-19. She now spends her time traveling the world to see her favorite bands while writing about them!


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