Tim McGraw Earns Salute In Love Solidarity From Faith Hill

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Without a single shred of doubt, maintaining a thriving country music career for years is near impossible, and building a solid marriage simultaneously is superhuman in these times. When it comes to enduring true-life love stories, though, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill top the list as country music megastars, genuine artists, and marriage heroes.

While fans rejoice that Standing Room Only is out in full album form now, and heaps of 5-star reviews flow in waves, Tim McGraw savors the sweet taste of the words from his favorite fan and flawless music critic, Faith Hill. As always, his Shotgun Rider shoots straight from the heart with personal truth regarding her beloved partner of 27 years through life (as of next month), as Southern Living per Yahoo relates. Needless to say, she never runs short of superlatives.

Faith offers glowing praise

In her congratulatory post on social media, Faith Hill keeps her words simple, yet still soaked in admiration and devotion. To honor the debut of her husband’s 16th studio album, Mrs. McGraw notes the staying power and artistic judgment of her husband.

“Still after all this time and so many albums,” Hill asserts, “you never cease to amaze me.” Further, the woman of ethereal vocal power and beauty exalts that “You are an absolute master of your art, in every way.” No Rolling Stone reviewer crafts such words of esteem, nor do they carry the artistic clout.


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Throughout her singular reign atop country and pop charts from the early 90s through the mid-2000s, Faith Hill truly proved she could sing anything, including NBC’s iconic Sunday Night Football theme song for five years. Her albums Cry and Fireflies made her an omnipresent talent, and Breathe took the music industry by storm. For a time, Tim McGraw and the rest of the music world witnessed his wife trade off the top spot in country music television with Shania Twain week after week. Breathe alone garnered three Grammys for Hill. In all, her five Grammy honors surpass her husband’s by two, but the couple’s enduring love champions all worldly accolades, along with parenting their three independent, conscientious, and accomplished daughters, Gracie, Maggie, and Audrey, now soaring on their own.

“Congratulations!!!!!! My love,” Faith Hill concludes her tender salutation. “We are so proud of you,” she beams, adding six hearts to match her exclamation points. Naturally, thousands of fans add their approval, but there’s only one who calls Tim McGraw “my love.”


It feels fine to be ‘Her’

In only a few weeks, Faith Hill celebrates her 56th birthday and she has a sweet recipe that her husband can’t resist, and Barefoot Contessa chef, Ina Garten, agrees, as Yahoo News per Insider confirms. Faith’s lusciously fluffy Coca-Cola cake hits the spot for Tim McGraw, on his birthday or any other day. For her part, however, Faith Hill thinks it’s marvelous to be the inspiration for a song.

Among the instant standouts from Standing Room Only is the heart-tugging anthem, Her. The credited writers are Jimmy Yeary, Tim Nichols, and Jason Gantt, but it takes the heart and the heartfelt vocals of Tim McGraw to bring the ballad to life. Without question, love, and the spirit of Faith Hill fills every line of Her.

Of course, the song chronicles the journey of “how I got from where I was to where I am.” Another line from the chorus praises “Her faith is strong and man her smile’s got blue sky right behind it/[If] there’s a bright side man she’ll find it,” before ringing out the title.

“She loved it so much,” Tim affirms, relating that she rhetorically asked, “That song is about me, right?” What else could Tim McGraw do but unequivocally reassure his bride of nearly 27 years? “Of course! You’re the her.” Certainly, a timeless gift like a song exceeds anything wrapped in a box.

A tribute to another lady

Faithful fans understand how Tim McGraw chooses songs not simply for hit potential,, but for what they say about connections in life that matter. I Called Mama was one of those songs from 2020’s Here On Earth. Now, Letter From Heaven captures those feelings for Standing Room Only.

The touching ballad describes the unavoidable task that comes into every life in cleaning out the home of a loved one who has passed. In this case, a letter from “Mamaw” encompasses a lifetime of wisdom that every person wishes they had heeded long before.

“The things you need to stay alive aren’t the things you need to live,” Tim McGraw sings. “Change the name from worry to pray,” counsels another gem of the lyric. Ultimately, the advice is to live now, love now, and do now, because this moment of now is all we have. As Scripture declares, “The greatest of these is love,” and Tim McGraw and Faith Hill know something about that.

Have you heard songs from Standing Room Only? Let us know your thoughts in the comments and keep tuned in with Country Music Alley.

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