A review of Tim McGraw's eight most popular songs.

“Highway Don't Care” (2013) (with Taylor Swift and Keith Urban) Overview: Featuring Taylor Swift on vocals and Keith Urban on guitar, this song addresses the emotional pain of separation and loss. Impact: It received critical acclaim and multiple award nominations, including CMA and ACM awards.

. “Something Like That” (1999) Overview: A nostalgic song about a summer romance that leaves a lasting impression. Impact: It became one of the most-played songs on country radio in the 2000s.

. “Just to See You Smile” (1997) Overview: This song tells the story of a man willing to do anything to see his partner happy, even if it means letting her go. Impact: It spent a record-breaking 42 weeks on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart, with six weeks at number one.

“I Like It, I Love It” (1995) Overview: A fun, upbeat song about a man’s obsession with his romantic interest. Impact: It became one of McGraw's signature songs, topping the charts and becoming a staple at his concerts.

“Live Like You Were Dying” (2004) Overview: This song, inspired by McGraw's father, Tug McGraw, and his battle with cancer, is a poignant reminder to live life to the fullest. Impact: It won several awards, including a Grammy for Best Country Song, and became an anthem for many, highlighting themes of courage and seizing the day.

“It's Your Love” (1997) (with Faith Hill) Overview: A duet with his wife, Faith Hill, this romantic ballad celebrates love and connection. Impact: The song topped the charts for six weeks and won numerous awards, including ACM and CMA awards for Vocal Event of the Year.

“Don't Take the Girl” (1994) Overview: This narrative-driven song tells the story of a boy’s evolving relationship with a girl, emphasizing the theme of enduring love. Impact: It became McGraw's first number-one hit on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart.

“Humble and Kind” (2016) Overview: Written by Lori McKenna, this song offers a heartfelt message about humility, kindness, and life lessons. Impact: It won several awards, including a Grammy for Best Country Song, and became an inspirational anthem.

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