Tim McGraw Songs Ranked

Samuel Timothy McGraw (born May 1, 1967) is an American singer, actor, and record producer. McGraw has released fifteen studio albums (eleven for Curb Records, three for Big Machine Records, and one for Arista Nashville). 10 of those albums have reached number 1 on the Top Country Albums charts, with his 1994 breakthrough album Not a Moment Too Soon being the top country album of 1994. All of these albums have produced 65 singles, 25 of which have reached number 1 on the Hot Country Songs or Country Airplay charts. Three of these singles — “It’s Your Love”, “Just to See You Smile”, and “Live Like You Were Dying” — were respectively the top country songs of 1997, 1998, and 2004 according to Billboard Year-End. He has also won three Grammy Awards, 14 Academy of Country Music Awards, 11 Country Music Association (CMA) awards, 10 American Music Awards, and three People’s Choice Awards. His Soul2Soul II Tour, which was done in partnership with his wife, Faith Hill, is one of the highest-grossing tours in country music history, and one of the top 5 among all genres of music. He has sold more than 80 million records worldwide, making him one of the best-selling music artists of all time. Here are all of Tim McGraw’s songs ranked.

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15. Over and Over (Reflected: Greatest Hits Vol. 2, 2006)

“The last time nelly ever touched the charts (although it was his biggest hit). I guess for the most part that’s a good thing since I don’t like him for the most part but some of his songs (this included) sound pretty good. But yeah, the lyrics are dog shit but it’s got a nice mellow sound”

14. Down on the Farm (Not a Moment Too Soon, 1994)

“Sound quality was good, nothing that shouldn’t be in there, and had everything that it should. I love those farm kids in this song. Play this every time I drive my jacked-up truck. Makes me feel good.”

13. Diamond Rings and Old Bar Stools (Sundown Heaven Town, 2014)

“I heard this song on the radio one day and I instantly recognized it as Tim but I though it was one of his old songs. It had such a classic feel to it and being someone who loves old style country I looks it up on iTunes and about fell over when I saw it was from his album. So happy that a song like this made the radio. It is heartfelt and real with a classic feel yet pleasing to anyone who likes mainstream country as well. Give it a listen it is worth it.”

12. Something Like That (A Place in the Sun, 1999)

“I love this song it is my favorite Tim M. song. I don’t know what it is about his music but it touches my heart. Its a great song I even have my kids singing this song.”

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11. Shotgun Rider (Let It Go, 2007)

“I am not much of a Tim McGraw fan, but this song just “spoke” to me. I was in the midst of a developing relationship with a truly special woman, and this became “our song”. I wish it would have worked out better with her… but I still have this song stuck in my head.”

10. Last Dollar (Fly Away) (Let It Go, 2007)

“This song is great. I love the end when his kids sing the chorus..so cute! Anyway, the meaning I gather from this song is being free from responsibilities and thanking someone for “the most beautiful set of wings.” If nothing else, this song just gives off a happy aura. This is sure to be another hit for Tim McGraw.”

9. Better Than I Used to Be (Emotional Traffic, 2012)

“I remember this song, it was an unsuccessful ‘comeback’ single for Tim’s contemporary Sammy Kershaw two years ago.. It sticks out, has a lot of pathos and memorable lines and Tim’s puts a lot into it.. so it’s good that more people will finally hear this song. hopefully also his last single for Curb..”

8. Humble and Kind (Damn Country Music, 2015)

“I found this song very refreshing . Bringing back memories of my up bringing where we were taught to respect everyone. Being humble and kind gives you a true purpose to use in our world today. Thank you Tim McGraw & the person who wrote this and the music behind the song”

7. Walk Like a Man (Live Like You Were Dying, 2004)

“This song is about a boy who has an alcoholic father who beats his mom. His dad says hes gonna stop drinkin but the boy knows he’s heard it millions of times before and he’s not goin to. And his mom tells him all the time not to let yourself grow up to be like your daddy because behavior like that is actually hereditary and not to give into the temptation and when he falls in love with a girl to treat her better than his daddy treated his mama”

6. It’s Your Love (Everywhere, 1997

“Classic. love song…. married singers singing to one another great remake! Love faith hill and Tim McGraw. Best country team in years! Tim is a awesome man. Their voices sound amazing together I think this song is fantastic I wish they still sang together.”

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5. Indian Outlaw (Not a Moment Too Soon, 1994)

“This is good stuff pretty much, there or few country singles I enjoy in the last 20 years but this is one of them. The song is complete with fiddles and banjo’s. His voice is not any thing special that I have not heard a million times before but the track makes since. He is talking about his Indian heritage and how he is an outlaw in reality. This is more of a pop country track but oh well. I like this one Mr. McGraw”

4. Real Good Man (Tim McGraw and the Dancehall Doctors, 2002)

“It is a pleasure to hear it every time, but beware….the lyrics are addictive and you will find yourself singing them either in your head or aloud!!! Next time you’re out clubbing, think of this song! You’ll walk, talk, and dance differently because you’re just letting them all know that you are, without doubt, a real GOOD MAN!”

3. Don’t Take the Girl (Not a Moment Too Soon, 1994)

“This is the song that made me like Country Music. This song is such a powerful story about two people who’ve known each other their whole lives. And there is NO sweeter lyrics than the last verses of this song where the man offers to give his life.”

2. Highway Don’t Care (Two Lanes of Freedom, 2013)

“By the way, this song features Keith Urban and Taylor Swift. It has the same (if not a similar) chord progression (one or more keys higher though) as Taylor Swift’s song “Tim McGraw”! This might be more than a coincidence; maybe Tim is deliberately referencing that song. Anyways, I just love this song!”

1. Live Like You Were Dying (Live Like You Were Dying, 2004)

“Anybody diagnosed with Cancer will change how they look at life and to the music they listen to..I made it out to the other end, but will never forget the second chance I got and this song became a very personal reminder to always ‘Live Like You Were Dying’.”