Twain wrote this with Mutt Lange, who also produced the song. It was her fourth #1 Country hit, with all four coming from her second album, The Woman In Me
After Twain released her first album in 1993, few predicted that she's become a top-selling superstar. Singles from that album didn't even reach the top half of the country chart, and Twain didn't do any of the songwriting. She was also 28 years old, pretty late to be starting her career.
But with Lange, she made a real connection both professionally and personally. They got married at the end of 1993 after just six months of dating and wrote most of the song for The Woman In Me
as a team. Along the way, Twain's sassy style took shape, which comes through in the songs.
Released early in 1995, the album was still kicking out singles over a year later. Twain became a regular on all those "new country" radio stations that popped up during the decade, rivaling Garth Brooks in popularity. She and Lange kept the momentum going with her next album, Come On Over
, released in 1997. Hits from that one include "That Don't Impress Me Much
" and "Man! I Feel Like a Woman!