10 Times Shania Twain Songs Made Us Say, “Man! I Feel Like a Woman!”

Shania Twain is a record-setting, genre-crossing, women-empowering pop-country feminist who overcame tragedy, fear, and heartbreak. While they are all awesome, the greatest Shania Twain songs are her tunes that embody her empowerment.

She exudes confidence and strength and is the Queen of feminist music. Both her radio hits and music videos represent strong and independent women. So here are the best Shania Twain songs for making us say, “Man! I Feel Like a Woman!”

First and foremost, “Man! I Feel Like a Woman!” is the ultimate girl-power anthem. The opening lyric is “Let's Go Girls,” followed by a guitar demanding your ears perk up.

“Man! I Feel Like a Woman!” on Come on Over

The song illustrates the reality that women can achieve and maintain any job a man can do. It strikes back at men reducing us to our beautiful faces, regardless of our qualifications.

“She's Not Just a Pretty Face” on Up!

Shania Twain's song, “What a Way To Wanna Be!” discusses all the time, money, and energy women put into trying to achieve an unattainable image. In addition, it touches on dieting and stabilizing moods and is relatable for many women.

“What a Way To Wanna Be!” on Up!

In “That Don't Impress Me Much!” Shania's full of confidence and sass. The video is hot. She's in her signature midriff cut leopard print outfit with a leopard hooded cape, matching boots, and luggage.

That Don't Impress Me Much” on Come on Over

“Honey, I'm Home” is a lyrical reversal of traditional gender roles. Shania sings about not being paid enough and the exhaustion of working a labor-intensive job. “This job's a pain. It's so mundane. It sure don't stimulate my brain.”

“Honey, I'm Home” on Come on Over

Shania Twain made country music cool. “Any Man of Mine” is a breakout hit that garnered attention from non-country listeners as well. Despite the fiddles and country twang, the song is all rock and roll.

“Any Man of Mine” on The Woman in Me

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