Man! I Feel Like A Woman! chords by Shania Twain


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Man! I Feel Like A Woman! | Chords + Lyrics (capo 1)


Intro

| N.C A5 | A5 (A6) | A5 N.C |
Let’s go girls.
| A5 | A5 | A5 | A5 |
C’mon.

Verse 1

| A5 | A5 |
I’m goin’ out tonight, I’m feelin’ alright.
| A5 | D5 |
Gonna let it all hang out.
| A5 | A5 |
Wanna make some noise, really raise my voice.
| A5 | D5 A5 | A6 riff | A5 N.C |
Yeah, I wanna scream and shout. Uh.

Verse 2

| A5 | A5 |
No inhibitions, make no conditions.
| A5 | D5 A5 |
Get a little outta line.
| A5 | A5 |
I ain’t gonna act politically correct.
| A5 | D5 A5 |
I only wanna have a good time.

Bridge 1

| G5 | G5 |
The best thing about bein’ a woman.
| A5 | A5 |
Is the prerogative to have a little fun and.

Chorus 1

| E | E | E |
Oh, oh, oh, go totally crazy, forget I’m a lady.
| E | E |
Men’s shirts, short skirts, oh, oh, oh.
| C#m | A |
Really go wild, yeah, doin’ it in style.
| E | E | E |
Oh, oh, oh, get in the action, feel the attraction.
| E | E |
Color my hair, do what I dare, oh, oh, oh.
| C#m | A | F#m |
I wanna be free, yeah, to feel the way I feel.
|2/4 N.C |2/4 N.C A5 | A5 (A6) | A5 | A5 (A6) | D5 |
Man, I feel like a woman. Hey!

Verse 3

| A5 | A5 |
The girls need a break, tonight we’re gonna take.
| A5 | D5 A5 |
The chance to get out on the town.
| A5 | A5 |
We don’t need romance, we only wanna dance.
| A5 | D5 A5 |
We’re gonna let our hair hang down.

Bridge 2

| G5 | G5 |
The best thing about bein’ a woman.
| A5 | A5 |
Is the prerogative to have a little fun and.

Chorus 2

| E | E | E |
Oh, oh, oh, go totally crazy, forget I’m a lady.
| E | E |
Men’s shirts, short skirts, oh, oh, oh.
| C#m | A |
Really go wild, yeah, doin’ it in style.
| E | E | E |
Oh, oh, oh, get in the action, feel the attraction.
| E | E |
Color my hair, do what I dare, oh, oh, oh.
| C#m | A | F#m |
I wanna be free, yeah, to feel the way I feel.
| N.C | N.C |
Man, I feel like a woman.

Solo

| G5 | D5 | A5 | A5 |
Uh, huh
| G5 | D5 | A5 | A5 |
Oh, yeah.

Bridge 3

| G5 | G5 |
The best thing about bein’ a woman.
| A5 | A5 |
Is the prerogative to have a little fun, fun, fun.

Chorus 3

| E | E | E |
Oh, oh, oh, go totally crazy, forget I’m a lady.
| E | E |
Men’s shirts, short skirts, oh, oh, oh.
| C#m | A |
Really go wild, yeah, doin’ it in style.
| E | E | E |
Oh, oh, oh, get in the action, feel the attraction.
| E | E |
Color my hair, do what I dare, oh, oh, oh.
| C#m | A | F#m | F#m |
I wanna be free, yeah, to feel the way I feel (the way I feel).
|2/4 N.C |4/4 N.C A5 |
Man, I feel like a woman.

Outro

| A5 (A6) | A5 | A5 (A6) | G5 | D5 D/F# |
Hey! Oh, oh, yeah, yeah.
| A5 | A5 (A6) | G5 | D/F# |
Act totally crazy. Can you feel it? Come, come.
| A5 | A5 (A6) | G5 | D/F# | A5 N.C |
Come on, Baby. I feel like a woman.



Man! I Feel Like A Woman Chords: Learn the progressions!


Man I Feel Like A Woman chord analysis + TAB

The most awkward part of playing Man! I Feel Like A Woman! is that you must fit a capo on fret 1, which is never a nice experience.

I guarantee you that on the original recording, they tuned the guitars up a semitone but I can’t see you bringing a guitar a semitone up to the gig, just to play this one tune!

Perhaps you can convince the band to play it in A instead of Bb! If you can’t, get that capo out…

The verse chords are super simple harmonically, you just play chords I – IV – I, repeat it, and then play the riff, like this:

| A5 | A5 | A5 | D5 | A5 | A5 |
| A5 | D5 A5 | A6 riff | A5 N.C |

The bridge cleverly moves to a G which is chord bVII, or backdoor dominant, then back to A (chord I). The chorus goes to E, which feels like chord V, C#m is III, A is I. Repeat this and end with F#m, chord VI, like this:

| E | E | E | E | E | C#m | A |
| E | E | E | E | E | C#m | A | F#m |

Now, what’s so clever here is that all this could have been in the key of E, so I – VI – IV, then II (F#m) at the end. Great songwriting often bridges two keys like this to create tension.

All these chords are great as a reminder once you have the TAB for how to play all this. As a member, you get TAB for the intro, verse, bridge, chorus, and outro, all adjusted to work on one guitar if you have a gig this Saturday night.

Here’s a link to the full lesson (members only): Man! I Feel Like A Woman! – Guitar lesson with TAB.

Become a member today and get unlimited access to all step-by-step guitar coursesTAB for the songbook, the Self-Eliminating Practice Routine, and the eBook Spytunes Method.

Man! I Feel Like A Woman! is Shania Twain’s signature song!

From Shania Twain‘s 40 million-selling album Come On Over, we find Man! I Feel Like A Woman.

This is perhaps her signature song, a quick glance at Spotify numbers reveals it’s getting close to half a billion streams now.

Produced by her then-husband (Mutt Lang who also produced AC/DC’s Back In Black album) this is the Mustang Sally of female country anthems.

If you have any kind of female country vibes going on in your band, you should put this one on the setlist, just don’t forget to bring the capo, the Digitech Drop pedal only goes down so it won’t help you with this one!



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