SHANIA TAKES TIME TO SMELL THE ROSES

Shania Twain says that her Greatest Hits album is a time to reflect on what she's done, before looking ahead. "When you're pursuing a successful career, it's hard work and very, very tiring," she admits. "So it's nice to come to the point of doing this greatest hits because I'm coming to the point of sitting back and reflecting on what I've done as opposed to what I still have to do. It's a nice release to say, 'Wow, look at all we've done' and it helps you pause a bit and appreciate all the work."

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