McGraw's best-selling albums and singles, including Live Like You Were Dying, Everywhere, and Humble and Kind.

Live Like You Were Dying is Tim McGraw's most successful and lauded album. Inspired by his father Tug McGraw's death, the title single became a life-affirming song.  

The album topped the Billboard 200 and Top Country Albums charts in its first week, selling over 700,000 copies. The RIAA certified it quadruple platinum, indicating its commercial success.  

Everywhere cemented McGraw's country music stardom. The album had six songs, five of which hit No. 1 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs list, including "It's Your Love" (duet with Faith Hill), "Everywhere," and "Just to See You Smile."  

"Humble and Kind" from Damn Country Music became one of McGraw's most popular songs due to its heartfelt message and simplicity. The Lori McKenna song promotes kindness and humility and resonates with listeners.  

''Humble and Kind" received the Grammy for Best Country Song and the CMA for Song of the Year. McGraw's musical appeal transcended generations with the song's success.  

The title single "Live Like You Were Dying" topped the charts and entered popular culture. Its message of enjoying life and seizing the day made it one of McGraw's most influential songs.  

Everywhere was a commercial success for McGraw. Its multi-platinum popularity was due to his variety and broad appeal, with romantic ballads and lively music.  .   

Tim McGraw's country music career is solidified by these albums and singles. Classics like "Live Like You Were Dying," "Everywhere," and "Humble and Kind" have influenced countless musicians and shaped the genre.   

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