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Songs by Tim McGraw

A Country Song about Kindness – Humble and Kind by Tim McGraw

A Country Song about Kindness – Humble and Kind by Tim McGraw

In a World Desperately Seeking Messages of Goodness, Tim McGraw Reminds Us to ‘Always Stay Humble and Kind‘ We’ll never be a perfect people, but as Tim McGraw gently sings these much needed words for the times, he reminds us to tap into the better angels of our nature, and to ‘always stay humble and […]

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16 Heartbreaking Country Songs about Death

16 Heartbreaking Country Songs about Death

Honor your loved ones with this list of 16 beautiful tunes, including ‘See You Again’ and ‘Temporary Home’ by Carrie Underwood

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Tim McGraw Reminds Me ‘There is a Time to Dance’

Tim McGraw Reminds Me ‘There is a Time to Dance’

How Tim McGraw’s Shotgun Rider Concert reminded me that there is a time to dance – Ecclesiastes 3:1-8

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Country Songs about Best Friends Falling in Love

Country Songs about Best Friends Falling in Love

Popular country songs about best friends falling in love or already being in love. If someone you love also happens to be your best friend, these are your songs.

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Country Songs about the Loss of a Friend

Country Songs about the Loss of a Friend

Emotional and very moving country songs about the loss of a friend. Songs that vary in meaning and purpose, you’re sure to find the one that works for you.

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Getting Better – 29 Years of Marriage and Tim McGraw

Getting Better – 29 Years of Marriage and Tim McGraw

A country song about getting better by the talented Mr. Tim McGraw. ‘Better Than I Used to Be’, a song about a man who’s ‘cleanin up his act little by little’

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Country Song About the Next Chapter of Life – My Next Thirty Years

Country Song About the Next Chapter of Life – My Next Thirty Years

This country song about the next chapter of life is perfect for those who are planning to close one door and open another, ‘My Next Thirty Years’, by Tim McGraw

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