Faith Hill Said She’d Pack Her Bags and Leave if Tim McGraw Ever Cuts “Live Like You Were Dying” From His Set List

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Tim McGraw is a hit machine, with 35 No. 1 hits to his name.

It literally takes an entire concert to sing all of his No. 1s. Maybe longer. Arguably, the biggest hit of his career is 2004’s “Live Like You Were Dying.” It won CMA and ACM Single and Song of the Year Awards, the GRAMMY for Best Country Song and has sold million over 2 million copies worldwide.

It’s a song about death, dying, family and living, which is why it’s surprising that it seems to be Faith Hill’s favorite over all of his other songs.


After Tim admitted to Entertainment Weekly he was a little tired of singing it and wanted to cut it from his set list, rFaith Hill responded with, “I would’ve packed my bags and left if he’d done that!”

And Tim knows– if mama ain’t happy, ain’t nobody happy.