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Dakota Rhodes Performs Shania Twain’s Hit Song “You’re Still The One”

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This 2019, “You’re Still the One” was covered by a young superstar named Dakota Rhodes.

Who is Dakota Rhodes?

Dakota Rhodes, You're Still the One
Via Official Facebook Page

She is a 22-year-old multi-talented artist who first started playing guitar and singing at an early age. Dakota performs at various events with a huge number of listeners. Thus, she created her own YouTube channel named Dakota Rhodes. She is one of the most influential YouTuber having 331, 428 subscribers and millions of views on YouTube.

Dakota also played various instruments like the guitar, piano, ukulele, mandolin, and banjo. Her songs were highly influenced by some country artists like Johnny Cash, Taylor Swift, and Shania Twain.

Dakota’s works include “I Am” which was released on April 2019, and “My Mama Knows” released in October 2018. These works show her real style in music.

“You’re Still the One”

Dakota Rhodes "You're Still the One"
Photo Credit: Shania Twain/ youtube.com by Screengrab

Is a song popularized by Shania Twain along with Twain is Robert Lange, who penned this song. Her version of the song was released in 1997 as a single from her album, Come On Over.

Upon its release, “You’re Still the One” ranked number two on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart and was nominated for four Grammy Awards. This song won Best Country Song and Best Female Country Vocal Performance.

The song “You’re Still the One” has reached different countries in the world like Canada, Australia, Ireland, New Zealand, and the UK.

About the Song

Ain’t nothin’ better
We beat the odds together
I’m glad we didn’t listen
Look at what we would be missin’
They said “I bet they’ll never make it”
But just look at us holdin’ on
We’re still together still goin’ strong

How can we make sure if someone is really into us? That is if he/she chooses our happiness over his/her own. Thus, the true challenge in a relationship is keeping it stronger when challenges came to destroy it. Relationships are not all about happiness, but it will teach us to stay happy whatever odds may come.

Here is Dakota Rhodes’ version of “You’re Still the One”

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