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Country Star Jessie James Decker Delivers A Powerhouse Cover Of A Shania Twain Classic

We still love "You're Still the One."

Singer Jessie James Decker channeled fellow country star Shania Twain by singing a cover of the icon's 1998 hit "You're Still the One." The single, from Twain's third studio album Come on Over, won the Grammy for Best Country Song in 1999 and is one of the most famous hits of her career (although you may prefer "Man! I Feel Like a Woman!" or "That Don't Impress Me Much").

Decker, whose third EP Gold was released in February, shows off her strong vocals on the track while a band backs her up on guitars and drums. Decker calls Twain her "biggest idol in country music" in a behind-the-scenes interview for the video. "There's something so intimate about 'You're Still the One.' It's just so beautiful, and the lyrics are so simple but so powerful."

Decker's "one" is New York Jets wide receiver Eric Decker. Since getting married in 2013, the two have proven themselves to be quite an amazing pair, donating their time to fight bullying (both were deeply affected by it in their teenage years) and giving back for the holidays. The couple had their own reality show on E! a few years ago, and they've also starred together in several music videos.

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Hear Decker's full cover for yourself in the video below:

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