Top Five Tim McGraw Songs From the ’90s

It’s impossible to talk about country music from the 1990s without mentioning one of the eras biggest stars, Tim McGraw. After his debut album in 1993, McGraw continued his rise to stardom and became one of the genres most well-known superstars as he won three GRAMMY Awards and numerous CMA and ACM accolades. Here are his top 5 songs from the ’90s decade.

1. “I Like It, I Love It” (1995)

“But I like it, I love it, I want some more of it. I try so hard, I can’t rise above it.”

2. “Where The Green Grass Grows” (1997)

“I’m gonna live where the green grass grows, watch my corn pop up in rows.”

3. “My Next Thirty Years” (1999)

“I think I’ll take a moment, celebrate my age. The ending of an era and the turning of a page. Now it’s time to focus on where I go from here. Lord have mercy on my next thirty years.”

4. “Don’t Take The Girl” (1994)

“Take my money, take my wallet, take my credit cards. Here’s the watch that my grandpa gave me, here’s the key to my car, mister, give it a whirl, but please, don’t take the girl.”

5. “Senorita Margarita” (1999)

“Senorita Margarita, I’m as lonesome as a man can be. I still love her, I still need her, I’m just hoping you can comfort me.”

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