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Shania Twain reflects on how ‘Man! I Feel Like A Woman!’ “affected culture”

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Shania Twain has reflected on how her famous hit single ‘Man! I Feel Like A Woman!’ “affected culture”, 25 years on.The 1999 song peaked at Number Three in the UK singles chart and originally featured on the country star’s 1997 album ‘Come On Over’.Speaking about the hit on the latest installment of Vevo Footnotes, Twain said: “If there’s any song that has ever affected culture, that I have written, it’s ‘Man!

I Feel Like A Woman!’. I can’t take credit for knowing that in the moment of writing it!“I worked with record producer Mutt Lange on the song.

He had this guitar riff he had been playing all morning. Finally, he stopped the riff and I said…’Man I feel like a woman!’ When that statement came out of my mouth, it was so obvious that the song was going to be about liberation, independence and the human spirit.”Noting that she wrote the song with the intention of pushing her boundaries, Twain explained: “I was standing up for myself through the song.

wasn’t being apologetic for all the things I had been criticised for in my life – ‘You can’t do that, you can’t wear that, that’s too tight, that’s too short.’ This was my song that really said you know what I love about being a woman!

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