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Live Like You Were Dying Tracklist:
His rendition of "Live Like You Were Dying" is plain flat. He put no emotion at all into a really great song. LIsten to the CMA songwriters series version of this sone and you will know what this song is really about.
It's a great album! And u love it all!! It makes u think about life... My only comment it that and the album artwork, he could button up his shirt... Talk about putting hair on ur chest! Lol! Over all, great, amazing, and totally worth it! Buy it!
Okay, so totally, this album rocks. I never, ever was a fan of TM until I heard these songs. Now he's, like, the King of Country! Do you want fries with that is a totally hilarious song, and I laugh every time I hear it, mainly it's because it's hard to imagine Tim working at McDonald's. This is the best album of his YET! WAY TO GO, Tim! Did you know his real name is Samuel?
i was told by doc to live like i was diein b/c after i have back surgey i could not do all the things i like to do like firefighting and ems work and hunting and this song is a great song all around
Love this album; it is great, but I find myself skipping Walk Like a Man, Just to be your Tear, and Open Season on my Heart everytime. Love the title track and try to live by it every day. Other favs include Something's Broken, Do you want fries with that, Kill Myself, Back When, Blank Sheet of Paper, Old Town New, and How Bad Do you Want it.
omg best songs ever i love tim i want to mary him when i die i know what song i am going to play . when the stars go blue aaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh I LOVE THAT SONG THE BEST EVER IN THE WORLD i live that song i want to eet him sooooooooo bad i love him i want to scream best singer ever. my fav songs are when te stars go blue then live like you were dieing omg ah. i love carrie under wood too so much her new song awsome best song of all of her songs then george strait aah great signer my third for country oh then black eye pes somthing like that
This is hands DOWN the greatest album of all time. I just wish that someday I could live like I was dying. I would go sky diving. I would go rocky mountain climbing. My god this is true poetry. Ignore those "classic" Poets like Rimbaud or T.S Elliot. Wussies. This is the work of a real all american poetry master.
I like most of Tim’s music and he is the most played artist on my ipod, and this is by far his best album IMO. Live like you were dying of course is a career song, but there are some underappreciated favorites on here especially Blank sheet of paper.
I still cry when I hear "Live Like You Were Dying", not just because of the way is resonates with my own life (or anyone's for that matter), but also because I'm from Philadelphia and I know who Tim is talking about when he sings this song. I know the backstory, that Tim's dad Tim (known as "Tug") was a minor league ballplayer who had a gal who got pregnant. She didn't tell Tug until years later when Tim started asking, and Tug denied that Tim could be his son for years. When Tug and Tim finally did meet and had a relationship, everybody was on top of the world. You'd see Tim, Faith and Tug at Phillies games (Tug was the closer on the 1980 World Series championship team and is one of Philadelphia's favorite sports figures of all time) along with Tug's other kids too, and it was just happiness. Then Tug fell ill at spring training and the dignosis was a brain tumor/cancer. Just like that, once you get "it", "it" is all taken away. God bless you and your family Tim, and thanks for taking a second to remind all of us not to waste another day and get busy livin'.
Words cannot describe this album! They are all pure country music songs, just like it should be. The Live Like You Were Dying song is so inspiring, uplifting, moving, eye-opening and beautiful. Tim McGraw's voice is so clear and captivating, not raspy and dull like some "wanna-be" artists...Thank-you so much for creating such wonderful albums!!
Tim McGraw is undoubtedly one of the best country singers ever, and it shows in this album. My Old Friend will always be one of my favorite songs, and Live Like You Were Dying almost made me cry when I heard it. It's a bit less up-beat than other albums, but it's still great. Get the album, or at least get How Bad Do You Want It, My Old Friend, and Live Like You Were Dying.
So many people these days don't understand country music, let alone take the time to try. Tim's music is amazing and has a great message. This album is my favorite- there is a lot of meaning in the songs. It's true country.
there is one song on this album that gets me: my old friend. it makes me want ot start bawling. why? well, it reminds me of all my great friends and the memories i have. its a great song, and i think about my life whenever i listen to it. GO TIM!
Tim McGraw breaks new grounds with this A+ album. Never before have I heard an album so perfectly recorded. His superb voice is shown at its best in this piece of art. Each song is wonderfully written, sung and instrumented. This album also tells a great deal of true stories such as "Live Like You Were Dying" and "My Old Friend" (Which is my favorite song ever) I can't wait until his next album comes out next month, and I pray it's as spectacular as this one.
This song inspired me. I stopped being so mean. I am in love with Tim, and country music, because I haver many problams in my family so all of his music means something to me. I LOVE THIS SONG !!
I usta hate all country music... but this is the one exceptoin, it sends a serious message about life, and really made me think about mine.... great vocals, great lyrics, great beat. one of my favorite songs to listen to.2 thumbs way up