Twain did have a supportive husband to come home to, and he in fact wrote this song with her and also produced it. She was married at the time to Mutt Lange, the hitmaker for Def Leppard, Billy Ocean, Bryan Adams, and even AC/DC (they divorced in 2010). When he started working with Twain, he hadn't produced a country artist and hadn't worked much with female artists (he did write the Heart hit "All I Wanna Do Is Make Love to You
"). Still, he and Twain clicked right away, romantically and professionally. Starting with Shania's second album, The Woman In Me
in 1995, they teamed up to write her songs, imbuing them her vivacious personality. He produced them with the same sheen he put on Def Leppard songs, just with more twang. The results were spectacular. Twain had four #1 Country hits on that album and broke through to the pop charts as well. Her next album, Come On Over
, included "Honey, I'm Home" and did even better, going on to sell over 20 million copies in the US.