The song was just a minor hit, reaching #55 on the Country chart. Twain was 28 when it was released, which was old to be breaking into the business. The other singles from the album didn't get much attention either, but her next album, The Woman In Me
, released in 1995, was a stunning transformation. It was produced by her husband, Mutt Lange, whom she married at the end of 1993. On her first album, she didn't write any songs, but she and Lange wrote all the tracks on The Woman In Me
. Lange was a seasoned hitmaker who had worked with Def Leppard, Huey Lewis & the News, and other pop stars. He and Twain were able to put together an album packed with sassy songs that placed on both the Pop and Country charts, including "Any Man Of Mine
" and "Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under?
" It went on to sell a stunning 12 million copies in America and make Twain a megastar.