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Country music star Shania Twain laid down the law for men when it comes to “exactly what a woman wants”.
Performing live in Chicago years back, the singer informed her crowd, “Now, this next song reads like a book of rules for the men in our lives. It’s not too hard on you guys, but it’s a very good set of words to live by.” With that, the bombshell dove into a performance of her vibrant hit “Any Man Of Mine.”
The audience sang along, breaking into the chorus alongside the energetic singer. “Any man of mine better walk the line/ Better show me a teasin’ squeezin’ pleasin’ kinda time/ I need a man who knows, how the story goes/ He’s gotta be a heartbeatin’ fire breathin’/ Breathtakin’ earthquakin’ kind/ Any man of mine,” she belted, sending the audience to their peak of excitement.
Twain brought the female anthem to fame in 1995 when it was released on her highly successful album The Woman In Me. In addition to serving as proper guidlines for men to abide by in order to keep their women happy, the song also snagged Twain her first No. 1 hit on country radio.
You can listen to her lively performance below!