Tim McGraw and the Dancehall Doctors Songs Ranked

Tim McGraw and the Dancehall Doctors is the seventh studio album by country musician Tim McGraw and the first to feature his band The Dancehall Doctors. It was released in November 2002 and was recorded on a mountaintop studio in upstateNew York. Four singles were released. Two songs were in the movie Black Cloud, starring McGraw. The album also included a cover of Elton John’s “Tiny Dancer”, which was released only to the AC format, although it also reached the country charts from unsolicited airplay. The album debuted at number 2 on the Billboard 200 with first-week sales of 602,000. Here is all of Tim McGraw and the Dancehall Doctors songs ranked.

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10. Tiny Dancer

“Tiny Dancer is a great rock n roll remake of a classic by Elton John. This song, even tought from a country band, rock harder and louder than Elton’s original ever did. This song was even used as the opener on the tour to support Tim’s previous stufio effort.”

9. Real Good Man

“Real Good Man is a rocker. In the style of Renegade from Tim’s early days, this is the most guitar-driven song on the album. The singer tells the girl that even though he’s a gentleman, that he still knows how to party. Or, as Tim says in the song, he may be a real bad boy, but he’s deffinatly a real good man.”

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8. She’s My Kind of Rain

“She’s My Kind of Rain is a loud country ballad full of figurative statements that help to tell the world how the singer feels about the woman he loves. The lyrics may be hard for the casual listener to follow, but each verse, each line in fact, paints a great picture. Very colorful song.”

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7. I Know How to Love You Well

“This one is another one of those slow country ballads. The man in this song continually proffesses his undying love to the girl. The song is musically tight… Something you might have come to expect out of the typical nashville studio band.”

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6. Illegal

“Turn it up! A country rocker with a simple lyric about the girl that you cant keep your eye off of. The addition of Don Henley and Timmy Schmidt on harmony vocals make this song sound very much like something you heard on a late 70’s Eagles’ record, but with that unmistakable Tim McGraw rock n country sound.”

5. That’s Why God Made Mexico

“That’s Why God Made Mexico is a country ballad that ties in a couple different stories of love gone wrong and hard times that are cured only by a simple trip accross the border. A trip to the place with the white sands and the tiki huts that make you forget all about your problems and hardships, to only have to live for the moment. Lighthearted lyrics are rarely turned into such a heartfelt song as this one.”

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4. Home

“What about this one? Its just like the title says. Its a southern style country song about coming back to visit your family. The descriptions are priceless. This song paints one beautiful picture after another. Mostly acoustic, very country.”

3. Comfort Me

“Comfort Me is an upper-mid tempo song that was recorded in the wake of the September 11th attacks on our home land. Very patriotic song, but unlike any others that came out around this time. Tells the listener about the the great things that are a part of our country, no war, no negativity at all.”

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2. Sing Me Home

“A pause, and a moment of relection is needed after this song… OKay, now back to the review. This song is a slow, mellow, southren rock style ballad about getting back to your roots. The carachter in the song talks about hearing his song after being gone for so long. Weather figurative, or literal, it is unknown, but he openly asks the listener to let that song sing him back to where he’s from… Back to simpler times. Back to the life he’s always loved.”

1. Sleep Tonight

“Sleep Tonight is another mid-tempo song about making the night at hand last and last. Tim belts out his love for his current situation, and how badly he doesnt want to call it a night. It’s a fun lyric, not slow by any means, but you might still get away with singing this one to you best girl.”