Top 10 Tim McGraw Songs

Tim McGraw Songs

Our Top 10 Tim McGraw songs list looks at a veteran of the country music scene who has had great success across the genres of county and pop over the past thirty years. While many of the recent country music stars like Brantley GilbertJason Aldean and Billy Currington are all pretty much youngsters born towards the end of the decade, Tim McGraw was born in 1967 in the city of Start, Louisiana. Tim McGraw’s first album was released in 1993 entitled Tim McGraw. However, it was his second album entuited Not a Moment Too Soon released in 1994 that went straight to number one that put the man on the musical map forever. Since then, Tim McGraw has released sixteen studio albums with many of them hitting number one. The man has also celebrated the release of so many songs that went all the way to number one. He has won multiple Grammy and County music awards. He is simply …… a legend.

# 10 – I Like It, I Love It

We open up our top 10 Tim McGraw songs list with the rip roaring rocker “I Like It I Love It.” The song was released on the album entitled All I Want. It was the second single released from the album. It was also Tim McGraw’s second platinum selling single. The album was released in 1995. The grand song “I Like It I Love It” was a hit on the US Billboard Hot Country Songs Charts peaking at number one. “I Like It I Love It,” song was a hit on the US Billboard Hot 100 peaking at number twenty five. The song also was a hit on the Canadian Country Music Charts rising all the way to number one. “I Like It I Love It,” was composed by  Jeb Stuart Anderson, Steve Dukes, and Mark Hall.

# 9 – The Cowboy In Me

Moving on with our top 10 Tim McGraw songs list we take a listen to the poignant song entitled “The Cowboy In Me.” The song was released on the album entitled Set This Circus Down. The album was released in 2001. It was the third single released from the album. The song was a hit on the US Billboard Hot Country Songs Charts peaking at number one. The song was a hit on the US Billboard Hot 100 peaking at number thirty three. This was Tim McGraw’s second gold record of his career. The song was composed by Jeffrey Steele, Al Anderson and Craig Wiseman.

# 8 – Southern Girl

In the number eight spot we present the grooving jubilant song entitled “Southern Girl.” The song was released on the album entitled Two Lanes of Freedom. The album was released in 2012. It was the fourth single released from the album. “Southern Girl,” had its greatest chart success in Canada where it hit number one on the Canadian Country Music Charts. The song was also a hit on the US Billboard Hot Country Songs Charts peaking at number four. “Southern Girl,” was a bigger hit on the US Billboard Country Airplay Charts reaching number two. The song “Southern Girl,” would cross over onto the US Billboard Hot 100 peaking at number forty two. “Southern Girl,” was composed by Jaren Johnston, Rodney Clawson, and Lee Thomas Miller.

# 7 – Don’t Take That Girl

In the number seven position on our top 10 Tim McGraw songs list is the sentimental song entitled “Don’t Take That Girl.” This amazing song would become Tim McGraw’s first platinum selling single of his career. The song was released on the album entitled Not a Moment Too Soon. The album was released in 1994. It was the second single released from the album. The song was a hit on the US Billboard Hot Country Songs Charts peaking at number one. “Don’t Take That Girl,” was a top 20 hit on the US Billboard Hot 100 peaking at number seventeen.  The song “Don’t Take That Girl,” also was a hit on the Canadian Country Music Charts rising all the way to number one. This wonderful song was composed by Craig Martin and Larry W. Johnson.

# 6 – Live Like You Were Dying

Landing in the number six spot on our top 10 Tim McGraw songs list we present the emotional song “Live Like You Were Dying.” This one will really make you take a second look at your life. It’s like Warren Zevon once said as he was dying of cancer, “Enjoy every sandwich.”

The song “Live Like You Were Dying,” was released on the album entitled Live Like You Were Dying. The album was released in 2004. It was the first single released from the album. The song was widely celebrated on the US Billboard Hot Country Songs Charts peaking at number one. “Live Like You Were Dying,” was also a hit on the US Billboard Hot 100 peaking at number twenty nine. The song also was a hit on the Canadian Country Music Charts rising all the way to number four. “Live Like You Were Dying,” was composed by Tim Nichols and Craig Wiseman.

# 5 – Shotgun Rider

It’s rare that an artist will record two different songs with the same name, but that’s what Tim McGraw did with the spirited song entitled “Shotgun Rider.”  The “Shotgun Rider,” version that we have picked for this list was issued on the album entitled Sundown Heaven Town. The album was released in 2014. It was the first single released from the album. The song was a hit on the US Billboard Hot Country Songs Charts peaking at number one.  The song also was a hit on the US Billboard Country Airplay Charts reaching number one.  The song was a hit on the US Billboard Hot 100 peaking at number thirty eight.  The song also was a hit on the Canadian Country Music Charts rising all the way to number one. The song was composed by Marv Green, Hillary Lindsey, and Troy Verges.

# 4 – Felt Good on My Lips

At the number four spot on our top 10 Tim McGraw songs list we present the cranking song entitled “Felt Good on My Lips.” The song was released on the album entitled The album was released in It was the first single released from the album. The song was a hit on the US Billboard Hot Country Songs Charts peaking at number   The song also was a hit on the US Billboard Country Airplay Charts reaching number  The song was a hit on the US Billboard Hot 100 peaking at number  The song also was a hit on the Canadian Country Music Charts rising all the way to number The song was composed by

# 3 – Unbroken

In the hot number three spot on our top 10 Tim McGraw songs list we present the song entitled “Unbroken.” This was a big one for Tim McGraw. It’s just the perfect blend of country and pop resulting in a sensational song. The song was released on the album entitled Set This Circus Down. This amazing record had four straight number one singles. The album was released in 2001. It was the fourth single released from the album.

It’s amazing how sometimes they just don’t get what the best song on the album is as it took them a while to release this great song which was easily the best track on the record. The song was a hit on the US Billboard Hot Country Songs Charts peaking at number one. The song was a hit on the US Billboard Hot 100 peaking at number twenty six making it the highest charting song from the album on the pop charts. The song was composed by Annie Roboff and Holly Lamar.

# 2 – Highway Don’t Care

Just of the top spot on our top 10 Tim McGraw songs list we embrace the stunning song entitled “Highway Don’t Care.”  The song also featured the uber successful pop music artist Taylor Swift. However what we love so much about this incredible single release is the guitar solos in the song performed by the amazing talents of Keith Urban. Wow, can this man play guitar.

The song “Highway Don’t Care,” was released on the album entitled Two Lanes of Freedom. The album was released in 2013. “Highway Don’t Care,” was the third single released from the album. The song “Highway Don’t Care,” was a hit on the US Billboard Hot Country Songs Charts peaking at number four. “Highway Don’t Care,” also was a hit on the US Billboard Country Airplay Charts reaching number one. The song  “Highway Don’t Care,” was a hit on the US Billboard Hot 100 peaking at number  “Highway Don’t Care,” also was a hit on the Canadian Country Music Charts rising all the way to number The song was composed by

# 1 – Humble and Kind

We end our top 10 Tim McGraw songs list with the heart warming beautiful song entitled “Humble and Kind.” These are the types of songs that just melt people’s hearts. This one is probably the most loved Tim McGraw songs the legend has ever released so we had to place it in the number one spot.

The song “Humble and Kind,” was released on the album entitled Damn Country Music. The album was released in 2016. It was the second single released from the album. “Humble and Kind,” was a huge hit on the US Billboard Hot Country Songs Charts peaking at number one. The song also was a hit on the US Billboard Country Airplay Charts reaching number one. The song “Humble and Kind,” was a hit on the US Billboard Hot 100 peaking at number thirty. “Humble and Kind,” also was a hit on the Canadian Country Music Charts rising all the way to number one. The song was composed by Lori McKenna.

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