97 Words: “You’re Still The One” by Shania Twain

John Antonucci
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This song is part of our “THE SUMMER 97 (1998 x 2023)” playlist. Check out the full list here.

Is there anything better than a summertime romance? In 1998, country legend Shania Twain gave us the perfect theme song for such, with her pop-crossover hit “You’re Still The One.” A sultry spoken word intro sets the mood so right that it almost seems rude to have the lights on when you’re listening to it. But the song’s warm transition and tenderhearted lyrics about never falling out of love, despite the naysayers, sound so cool you can practically taste the summer air in between each line. After all this time, this song still gives us all the feels.

Watch the music video below, stream “You’re Still the One” or order Shania Twain’s “Come On Over” album

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John is a writer for the magazine, with a great love and affection for music of the 80's/90's. His favorite artists include Mariah Carey, Janet Jackson, Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, and Prince. Born and raised in New York, he has a bachelor's degree in Arts Management from SUNY Purchase, as well as further certifications from NYU-Tisch School of the Arts.