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Whiskey And You - Tim McGraw - Let It Go (CD, Album)

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  1. Let It Go (album) by Tim McGraw appeared on 3 charts for 42 weeks, peaked at #1 in United States. View detailed chart stats and album information.
  2. The official music video for Whiskey And You premiered on YouTube at the end of March Listen to Tim McGraw's song above. Whiskey And You Lyrics. Tim McGraw's Whiskey And You lyrics were written by Chris Stapleton and Lee Thomas Miller.. Country Songs Top Country Songs.
  3. Whiskey And You. by Chris Stapleton. Album: Traveller The song was originally recorded by Tim McGraw on his Let It Go album. Chris Stapleton: "I always thought it was one of the better songs I had been a part of so I decided to play it out. Over time it became a song that I was rarely allowed to leave the stage without singing.
  4. Tim McGraw. Samuel Timothy "Tim" McGraw (born May 1, ) is an American country singer and actor. Many of McGraw's albums and singles have topped the country music charts with total album sales in excess of 40 million units in the US, making him the eighth best-selling artist, and the third best-selling country singer, in the Soundscan era.
  5. Lyrics to 'Whiskey and You' by Tim McGraw. There's a bottle on the dresser by your ring And it's empty so right now I don't feel a thing I'll be hurtin' when I wake up on the floor And I'll be over it by noon And that's the difference between the whiskey and you.
  6. Tim McGraw - Let It Go Album Lyrics; 1. Shotgun Rider Lyrics: 2. Last Dollar (Fly Away) Lyrics: 3. I'm Workin' Lyrics: 4. Let It Go Lyrics: 5. Whiskey And You Lyrics: 6. Suspicions Lyrics: 7. Kristofferson Lyrics: 8. Put Your Lovin' On Me Lyrics: 9. Nothin' To Die For Lyrics: Between The River And Me Lyrics: Train #10 Lyrics: I Need.
  7. McGraw does his usually mix of cowboy-hatted shtick and thoughtful, often surprising material. Opener “Last Dollars” is discouragingly aimed at the line-dancing beer-swilling Good Ole’ Boys, and Let It Go ends with a song that cringingly refers to “cowboys” and “shotgun riders” (presumably even a country singer aspiring towards seriousness has to keep the redneck audience happy).
  8. Whiskey and you by Tim McGraw. There's a bottle on the dresser by your ring. And it's empty so right now I don't feel a thing. I'll be hurtin' when I wake up on the floor. And I'll be over it by noon. And that's the difference between the whiskey and you. ‹ Let it go Suspicions.

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