You've Got a Way

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"You've Got a Way" is a song by Canadian singer Shania Twain. It was the eighth single released to country radio from her 1997 album Come on Over. It was also the fourth single released to AC radio and fifth to Oceania. It was written by Mutt Lange and Twain. The song was originally released to North American country radio stations in the spring of 1999. The song was also remixed and used for the film Notting Hill. "You've Got a Way" was included on the Come on Over Tour, but in a medley with two other ballads. "You've Got a Way" was nominated for Song of the Year at the 42nd Grammy Awards. The song was excluded from Twain's Greatest Hits album.

Critical reception

Billboard magazine reviewed the single favorably, calling it hooky and "wedding-ready," though they wrote that it is less captivating than several of her prior songs.Billboard, June 19, 1999.

Music video

<!-- Deleted image removed: -->The music video for "You've Got a Way" was shot in Los Angeles, and directed by Paul Boyd. It was filmed on May 2 and debuted on May 24, 1999. The video has a springtime feel, with Twain in a flower dress, walking around a garden, which at the end of the video is revealed to only be a music video set. Videos were released with both the 'Album Version' and 'Notting Hill Remix' and each with either scenes from Notting Hill or just Twain, called the Performance Only Version. The...
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