''Mutt and I, we wrote independently and merged ideas when we joined up. I remember feeling very excited about the counter line sung by Mutt as backing vocals in "You're Still the One.'' As I sang the chorus melody repeatedly while working out the lyrics, he kicked in with the counter line "You're still the one," and it gave me chills. All of a sudden we had a hit chorus. It was a magic moment.'' - Shania Twain
''Although the song has country elements of warm, acoustic strumming, the verses are dominated by piano, while a smoldering organ, my least favorite instrument, stands out as the most prominent sound on the choruses. The music, I believe, transcended genres, and the universal message of the lyrics gave it broad crossover appeal. For sure, "You're Still the One" stood as a career landmark for me.'' - Shania Twain
''THE STORY BEHIND THE SONG''
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