That’s all you need to say.
In 1995, Shania Twain released “Any Man of Mine” as her second single from her The Woman In Me album after “Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under” peaked at #11. It ended up reaching the top of the charts for two weeks in July as she notched her first of many number one songs. The song was nominated for two awards at the 1996 Grammys as well as taking home the Canadian Country Music Award for Single of the Year.
Nobody knew it at the time but this is the song that really got her career started as she would rattle off platinum selling albums, numerous #1s, and countless worldwide tours becoming the top selling female country artist of all time. Even though “Any Man of Mine” is nearly 25 years old it’s a timeless song that every country fan can sing along to.