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Shania Twain On Finding New Meaning In 'You're Still The One' After Her Divorce: 'It Wasn't About Me'

The Canadian superstar unpacks the process of writing and recording her 1997 hit on a new episode of Song Exploder, realizing the song has taken on a life of its own.

In a new episode of the podcast Song Exploder, country superstar Shania Twain breaks down how she made her 1997 hit, "You're Still the One," and how its meaning has changed since then.

"Still the One" comes from Twain's 1997 record Come on Over, the all-time best-selling album by a solo female artist. The uplifting ballad is one of the record's biggest hits, reaching No. 2 on theBillboardHot 100 — Twain's highest ever placement on that chart. It topped the Country Songs chart and has become a popular anthem for weddings, anniversaries and impassioned karaoke performances. (Twain also recently revisited the music video for another of Come on Over's major singles, "Man! I Feel Like a Woman.")

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