Tim McGraw

35 Biggest Hits

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Track Listing

    Track Title


  1. Indian Outlaw 3:01
  2. Don't Take the Girl 4:09
  3. Down On The Farm 2:56
  4. Not A Moment Too Soon 3:48
  5. I Like It, I Love It 3:24
  6. Can't Be Really Gone 3:20
  7. She Never Lets It Go To Her Heart 3:01
  8. It's Your Love 3:45
  9. Everywhere 4:51
  10. Just To See You Smile 3:33
  11. One of These Days 4:41
  12. Where the Green Grass Grows 3:22
  13. For a Little While 3:33
  14. Please Remember Me 4:54
  15. Something Like That 3:02
  16. My Best Friend 4:38
  17. My Next Thirty Years 3:36
  18. Grown Men Don't Cry 3:56
  19. Angry All the Time 4:30
  20. The Cowboy in Me 4:03
  21. Red Ragtop 4:44
  22. She's My Kind of Rain 4:16
  23. Real Good Man 4:15
  24. Watch the Wind Blow By 4:37
  25. Live Like You Were Dying 4:59
  26. Back When 4:34
  27. My Old Friend 3:37
  28. When the Stars Go Blue 3:55
  29. My Little Girl 3:40
  30. Last Dollar (Fly Away) 4:01
  31. If You're Reading This 4:11
  32. Let It Go 3:44
  33. Southern Voice 4:01
  34. Felt Good On My Lips 4:06
  35. Better Than I Used To Be 3:22
  36. Just When I Needed You Most [Live] 3:49


35 Biggest Hits supplants the previous front-runner in Tim McGraw compilations, 2010's Number One Hits. Where that double-disc set topped out at 24 tracks, this, as the title suggests, goes all the way to 35 cuts, a move that is more generous by definition but it also trumps its predecessor by proceeding in a chronological order, opening with 1994's "Indian Outlaw" and concluding with 2011's "Better Than I Used to Be" (treat the live version of "Just When I Needed You Most" as the bonus track it's intended to be). In between these two songs come all of McGraw's best-known songs from his run at Curb -- "Not a Moment Too Soon," "I Like It, I Love It," "Something Like That," "My Next Thirty Years," "Live Like You Were Dying," "Back When," "Felt Good on My Lips" all among them -- and that's enough to make this a strong summary of McGraw's peak years. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi