The Shania Twain: Not Just a Girl soundtrack includes music by Def Leppard, Lionel Richie and Shania Twain. This info article contains spoilers and song details for Joss Crowley’s 2022 Netflix documentary. Check out Vague Visages’ Soundtracks of Cinema section for more music guides.
Shania Twain: Not Just a Girl chronicles the life of a pop culture icon. As Shania Twain reflects about her music career, she discusses the inspirations for several songs and why she almost stopped singing after being diagnosed with Lyme disease. Music supervisor Ross Sellwood assisted with the featured needle-drops for the 88-minute Netflix documentary. Here’s every song in Shania Twain: Not Just a Girl.
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Shania Twain: Not Just a Girl Soundtrack: Every Song in the 2022 Netflix Documentary
- “Man! I Feel Like a Woman!” by Shania Twain (00:01:00): The Shania Twain: Not Just a Girl soundtrack song plays during the opening credits sequence. Interviewees discuss the subject’s legacy. The track can also be heard at 00:53:00, 01:00:00 and 01:26:00.
- “To Daddy” by Shania Twain (00:08:00): Shania performs the Dolly Parton song on television at age 11. She begins a professional relationship with country singer Mary Bailey.
- “Just Walk on By” by Shania Twain (00:10:00): Fifteen-year-old Shania appears on The Tommy Hunter Show. She performs a Jim Reeves classic. Shania talks about her parents in the present
- “Hit Me with Your Best Shot” by Shania Twain (00:11:00): Shania performs in 1981. She remembers her rock aspirations during a present day interview. The Shania Twain: Not Just a Girl soundtrack song continues as the subject talks about developing her own style.
- “Wing Beneath My Wings” by Shania Twain (00:14:00): Shania begins performing at Deerhurst Resort in Huntsville, Ontario. She talks about the “decent” pay that allowed her to take care of siblings after a familial tragedy. Shania learns how to entertain with “Vegas-style” shows.
- “Dance with the One That Brought You” by Shania Twain (00:18:00): Mary Bailey remembers Shania not being taken seriously in Nashville. The subject appears on a television show during the 90s.
- “What Made You Say That?” by Shania Twain (00:19:00): Shania talks about being “relentless” at the beginning of her music career. She appears in a performance clip. The Shania Twain: Not Just a Girl soundtrack song fades as Orville Peck talks about women in country music.
- “Animal” by Def Leppard (00:22:00): Mary Bailey talks about Mutt Lange seeing Shania’s first music video. The 80s track sets in during a transition sequence. Shania recalls meeting her future producer and husband.
- “(If You’re Not in It for Love) I’m Outta Here!” by Shania Twain (00:25:00): Shania begins working with Mutt. She sings the song in a recording booth. Shania reflects about living her “dream.”
- “Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under?” by Shania Twain (00:27:00): Shania releases her second album in February 1995. She talks about wanting to release “Any Man of Mine” as the lead single. The Shania Twain: Not Just a Girl soundtrack song plays as the subject remembers a safe marketing approach.
- “Any Man of Mine” by Shania Twain (00:28:00): Shania performs on television. She sings a new single with a rock edge. Shania enlists John Derek to direct a music video.
- “The Woman in Me” by Shania Twain (00:33:00): Shania films a music video in Cairo. In the present, she remembers her chance to be “truly competitive on a global scale.” Mary Bailey talks about Shania changing the face of country music.
- “You Win My Love” by Shania Twain (00:35:00): The Shania Twain: Not Just a Girl soundtrack song scores a 90s sequence. The subject receives accolades for her second album. Shania celebrates her success.
- “Don’t Be Stupid (You Know I Love You)” by Shania Twain (00:40:00): Shania begins working on her third album with Mutt. She wears a black jacket and red turtleneck while recording. The track plays again at 00:56:00.
- “I’m Holdin’ on to Love (to Save My Life)” by Shania Twain (00:41:00): Shania remembers an “energy stirring.” She records music during a 90s sequence. Shania recalls a “tag team thing.”
- “From This Moment On” by Shania Twain (00:43:00): Jon Landau talks about hearing Come On Over for the first time. Mutt sings the Shania Twain: Not Just a Girl soundtrack song during a previously unheard demo. Shania harmonizes with her producer/partner.
- “Love Gets Me Every Time” by Shania Twain (00:44:00): Come On Over debuts in November 1997. Twelve tracks are released as singles. Shania appears in flashback interview clips.
- “You’re Still the One” by Shania Twain (00:45:00): Shania remembers graduating from a “domestic success” to a “global success.” She talks in the present about switching to a “poppier” sound. Shania performs on television during the late 90s.
- “That Don’t Impress Me Much” by Shania Twain (00:49:00): Jon Landau talks about Shania’s “dynamite” music videos. The track plays during a late-90s sequence. The Shania Twain: Not Just a Girl soundtrack song can be heard again at 01:16:00 and 01:22:00.
- “Honey, I’m Home” by Shania Twain (00:54:00): Shania plays football in a Dallas Cowboys jersey. A series of graphics detail the success of Come On Over. Shania remembers her pop culture momentum.
- “Rock This Country!” by Shania Twain (00:58:00): The track scores a montage sequence. Jon Landau describes a tour as “monstrous and worldwide.” Shania recalls her “non-stop” schedule.
- “I’m Gonna Getcha Good” by Shania Twain (01:04:00): Up! releases in November 2002. A music video sequence begins. The Shania Twain: Not Just a Girl soundtrack song continues as the documentary subject discusses her fourth album.
- “Up!” by Shania Twain (01:06:00): Shania performs during her Up! Tour. She remembers a “big rock band’ influence during a present-day interview. Shania says, “It was great for me to now get more epic.”
- “Endless Love” by Lionel Richie feat. Shania Twain (01:15:00): Lionel Richie talks about recording with Shania. The documentary subject remembers being nervous about recording the duet.
- “I’m Alright” by Shania Twain (01:18:00): Shania splits from Mutt. She begins work on a new album. The Shania Twain: Not Just a Girl soundtrack song plays during an interview scene.
- “Because of You” by Shania Twain (01:19:00): Producer Jake Gosling talks about musical therapy. Shania sings on camera during a home video scene. Jake speaks about the subject gaining creative confidence.
- “Poor Me” by Shania Twain (01:20:00): Shania records new music. She says, “That was so beautiful.” Shania recalls a “great” recording experience.
- “Life’s About to Get Good” by Shania Twain (01:20:00): Shania performs during a concert sequence. The track continues during a montage.
- “Legends Never Die” by Orville Peck feat. Shania Twain (01:22:00): Orville Peck talks about Shania’s legacy. He performs with the subject during a transition scene. The Shania Twain: Not Just a Girl soundtrack song plays during a guest interview montage.
- “TBA” by Shania Twain (01:23:00): Shania sings new music on a boat. She talks about her point of view as a woman.
- “TBA” by Shania Twain (01:25:00): Shania records new music. She talks about working with a producer named Mark Ralph.
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Shania Twain: Not Just a Girl released July 26, 2022 on Netflix.
Q.V. Hough (@QVHough) is Vague Visages’ founding editor.
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