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Cant Tell Me Nothin - Tim McGraw - Live Like You Were Dying (CD, Album)

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  1. Aug 24,  · Live Like You Were Dying Tim McGraw Country ; TITLE TIME; 1 How Bad Do You Want It 2 My Old Friend 3 Can't Tell Me Nothin' 4 Old Town New 5 Live Like You Were Dying 6 Drugs or Jesus 7 Back When 8 Something's Broken
  2. On Live Like You Were Dying, McGraw ups the ante. Using the same production team and his Dancehall Doctors, McGraw cut a whopping 16 tracks and helped in the mixing of the record, as well as co-producing. The song selection runs the tiacaurofnerohungiabaganaceka.coinfo: Curb Records.
  3. How Bad Do You Want It: My Old Friend: Can't Tell Me Nothin' Old Town New: Live Like You Were Dying: Drugs Or Jesus: Back When: Something's Broken: Open Season On My Heart: Everybody Hates Me: Walk Like A Man: Blank Sheet Of Paper: Just Be Your Tear: Do You Want Fries With That: Kill Myself: We Carry On/5(19).
  4. Jun 07,  · Written by Tim Nichols and Craig Wiseman, McGraw released this song as the first single and title track from his “Live Like You Were Dying” album. Billboard named this the #1 Country song in.
  5. Live Like You Were Dying, an Album by Tim McGraw. Released 24 August on Curb (catalog no. D; CD). Genres: Contemporary Country. Featured peformers: Tim McGraw (vocals, producer), Byron Gallimore (producer), Darran Smith (producer), Darran Smith (electric guitar), Billy Mason (drums), John Marcus (bass), Jeff McMahon (Wurlitzer, aka_text synthesiser role_id aka_text, Rhodes.
  6. Back in a real good friend of mine had placed quite a few albums of Tim McGraw as his favorite music. I purchased these albums and some songs simply blew me away. I find more of them on Live Like You Were Dying than any other album, although the most beautiful of Tim's songs to me is placed on Everywhere and it's called One Of These Days/5().
  7. album. Live Like You Were Dying Tim McGraw. 16 songs (1 hour and 4 minutes) Released on August 24, My Songs; My Old Friend: 3. Can't Tell Me Nothin'.
  8. The ninth studio album by country singer Tim McGraw, featuring sixteen songs, including "Live Like You Were Dying," "My Old Friend," "Drugs or Jesus," and "Back When." Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.
  9. On Live Like You Were Dying, McGraw ups the ante. Using the same production team and his Dancehall Doctors, McGraw cut a whopping 16 tracks and helped in the mixing of the record, as well as co-producing. The song selection runs the gamut.

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