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New Music Reviews

Tim McGraw "Live Like You Were Dying"

by Jason Rzucidlo
americajr@americajr.com

Tim McGraw's latest album is called "Live Like You Were Dying." The album's title track was a number one hit on the Billboard country charts. It also won the Song and Single Record of the Year in this year's ACM Awards.

There are a lot of hit songs on this album including "How Bad Do You Want It," "Drugs or Jesus," "Back When" "Do You Want Fries With That?" and the latest cut to hit the airwaves "My Old Friend."

I would like to spend some time talking about the less-famous songs on this album. Track three is called "Can't Tell Me Nothin.'" It's a song about finding out on our own. There are some things you have to do in life alone. The lyrics go: "Talk is cheap. And free advice is worth the price you pay. I have to find out for myself the hard way. Can’t tell me nothin’"

Song number four is one called "Old Town New." It's a sad song about remembering an old friend and the memories that you shared with them. Have you ever gone back to see the town where you used to live to see how it's changed? Life continues.

Track nine is called "Open Season On My Heart." It's a sad song about taking blame for your own actions. There is no chorus in this song. You can read the lyrics: "It don’t look good from where I sit. I’ve tried to change without much luck. I reach a point where I get stuck. I hit the streets the fireworks start. It’s open season on my heart."

Tim McGraw is going to be part of the TBS' Earth To America! two-hour special on November 17th. It will be taped Live at The Colosseum at the Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada. Other stars scheduled to perform include Cedric The Entertainer, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Robin Williams, among others. It will air on Sunday, Nov. 20th at 8 p.m. on TBS.

He will be on tour throughout the month of December. McGraw will make stops in Connecticut and New York. Tim's Wife, Faith Hill has just released a new album called "Fireflies." Tim McGraw is featured in a duet with her in the song "Like We Never Loved at All."

OVERALL GRADE: A+

 

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