Nothing beats a slow Sunday morning with a cup of coffee and a nice song. Tim McGraw knows that as well as anyone. On Instagram earlier today, he posted a video of himself singing “Hard to Say I’m Sorry,” the classic Chicago song. In the video, he orchestrates a group of at least half a dozen musicians all playing instruments and singing harmony to McGraw’s lead vocals. The final result? A wonderfully soothing track perfect for a lazy Sunday morning.
“Hard To Say I’m Sorry,” Tim McGraw wrote in his Instagram post this morning. “That slow down Sunday morning feeling from Chicago…. one of those melodies that get stuck in your head!! Incredible song.”
Despite the lyrics, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill seem like they are not in the same boat as the Chicago songwriters. The country music power couple has been going strong for twenty-five years. Now, they have three beautiful young daughters and a loving family.
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill Put Family First
From the very beginning of their relationship in the early 1990s, we all could tell that Tim McGraw and Faith Hill would make it the distance. Their unconditional dedication to their family from the jump has driven the success of their own careers and the longevity of their relationship. The three McGraw young ladies certainly reaped the benefits of Tim McGraw and Faith Hill’s dedicated parenting. Tim spoke about his involvement in his kids’ lives in a recent interview with Leo Edit.
“Their friends called us Mr. and Mrs. McGraw,” McGraw said in the interview. “They all knew us as Gracie’s dad, or Audrey’s dad, or Maggie’s dad. They sort of all grew up in the same community with the same friends. All their parents knew us. We were at PTA meetings. We were at football games, and we were at basketball games. I coached softball. I coached basketball. We were part of their life, their community growing up. We made a real effort for them to not just to be part of our lives, but for us to be part of their lives.”
Tim McGraw also spoke about his and Faith Hill’s early decision to prioritize family in the interview. “When we first got married, we had a long talk about both of us doing this for a living—how are we going to navigate this?” said McGraw in the interview. “And we decided that we were going to put our family and our kids first… Teaching them to have a great work ethic but being human at the same time, and teaching them how to be a parent at the same time.”