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Let It Go by Tim McGraw

Album

Let It Go

Tim McGraw

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Album

Let It Go

Tim McGraw

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Released:
Label: Curb Records
"Last Dollar (Fly Away)" introduces Let It Go with an amorous chorus that includes a choir of singing children at the end. "I'm Workin'" is an ode to the working man, right down to the lyric about drinking a cup of 7-11 coffee (which may be hard to swallow if you consider that McGraw has just a bit more money than the average working man). In "Kristofferson," McGraw aspires to serenade his woman like Kris. "I Need You" is a slow-dancing duet with wife Faith Hill that celebrates codependency with weird metaphors such as "Like a needle needs a vein."

About This Album

"Last Dollar (Fly Away)" introduces Let It Go with an amorous chorus that includes a choir of singing children at the end. "I'm Workin'" is an ode to the working man, right down to the lyric about drinking a cup of 7-11 coffee (which may be hard to swallow if you consider that McGraw has just a bit more money than the average working man). In "Kristofferson," McGraw aspires to serenade his woman like Kris. "I Need You" is a slow-dancing duet with wife Faith Hill that celebrates codependency with weird metaphors such as "Like a needle needs a vein."

Songs

About This Album

"Last Dollar (Fly Away)" introduces Let It Go with an amorous chorus that includes a choir of singing children at the end. "I'm Workin'" is an ode to the working man, right down to the lyric about drinking a cup of 7-11 coffee (which may be hard to swallow if you consider that McGraw has just a bit more money than the average working man). In "Kristofferson," McGraw aspires to serenade his woman like Kris. "I Need You" is a slow-dancing duet with wife Faith Hill that celebrates codependency with weird metaphors such as "Like a needle needs a vein."