The 5 Best Shania Twain Songs For Karaoke Night

When it comes to Shania Twain, it is as if her entire discography exists for the most epic karaoke night. From the soft love ballads that beg your body to sway back and forth as you sing and swoon to the romance to the fast and fun, scintillating, seductive, and sly numbers, she’s the perfect karaoke pick. However, choosing a karaoke song from Shania Twain’s musical repertoire can be quite the challenge, as there are so many options. Below, we highlight the five best Shania Twain songs for karaoke night, as the list below ensures some variety, and will keep the die-hard fans entertained. 

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Shania Twain performs during halftime of Super Bowl XXXVII | Al Bello/Getty Images

1. “Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under?”

While Shania Twain’s music often falls under the country-pop genre, this number, released in 1995, leans further in the country direction via context yet retains a fast-pace and catchy chorus. “Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under” is good fun, despite the very scandalous storyline at the center. 

In other words, Shania Twain’s lyrics take a cheater, yet strip him of his power, focusing on the woman’s knowledge of his behavior, and the ease at which she can walk away, as she says, “So next time you’re lonely, don’t call me.” What’s better than one-upping someone who thinks they’re so sly, and then singing a song to put them in their place? 

2. “Man! I Feel Like a Woman!”

As soon as Shania Twain utters those three chill-inducing, hype-building words — “Let’s go girls” — the party begins. What better for karaoke night than a song about freedom, expression, adventure, and fun? 

“Man! I Feel Like a Woman!” is easily one of Shania Twain’s most well-known numbers, but it is timeless, and while people may say “that one again,” as soon as you utter those first three words, the audience will be hooked. 

3. “That Don’t Impress Me Much”

Shania Twain knows what a man needs to make her happy, and she tells you about all the facets of a man’s existence that are merely “trivial perks.” If a man can’t keep her warm in the middle of the night, it doesn’t matter if he looks like Brad Pitt, drives a nice car, or works as a rocket scientist; he’s still not making the cut. 

“That Don’t Impress Me Much” has a bit of a superiority streak running through the lyrics, but it is harmless. The song, in simple terms, is about knowing what you want and not settling for anything less. What better way to let the listeners know that you’ve got goals and you’ve got needs than to sing Twain’s “That Don’t Impress Me Much?” 

4. “Honey, I’m Home”

Everyone who works for a living can relate to this song. At the end of a hard day’s work, you just want to cozy up on the couch with your favorite late-night show, a bowl of popcorn, and a neck rub. 

“Honey, I’m Home” is fun and sing-songy, and it keeps the mood in the room light. So, read the crowd, if people are hopping and bopping, “Honey, I’m Home” is probably your best Twain bet. 

5. “From This Moment On”

Definitely read the crowd before choosing “From This Moment On,” as it is a bit of a slow ballad; however, it remains one of Twain’s most famous songs, and the lyrics are inspiring and romantic. If things are a bit calm and settled in the room, shoot for this song, unless that is, your voice is a bit sub-par, as this is one of Twain’s more vocally demanding numbers.