Tim McGraw, without a doubt, is one of the greatest country artists of this generation. He has sold millions of records as well as platinum and multi-platinum albums. But most of all, his songs are great in depicting the reality of life, love, and family. All in all, he has placed twenty-six number one singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. “She never lets it go to Her Heart” was of those. In fact, it became his fourth number one to reach the said chart.
She Never Lets it Go to her Heart…
Chris Waters and Tom Shapiro pooled resources for the words and lyrics of “She never lets it go to Her Heart” Tim McGraw, on the other hand, recorded and released the song on June 17, 1996. Also, it was part of his album “All I Want.” It was the same album that provided him his third number one single “I Like It, I Love It.”
Moreover, “She never lets it go to Her Heart” became his fourth number one song to reach number one. It placed at number one spot on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart on August 31, 1996. Not only that, but the song was also certified platinum.
Tim McGraw has sold more than fifty million records all over the globe. He also dominated different country charts with forty-three number one singles. Moreover, his very first joint album with his wife Faith Hill “The Rest of Our Life” was released in 2017. The success of the album hit the country charts. It placed at number one on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart and number two on the Billboard 200 Albums chart. Additionally, his multi-week number one single “Humble and Kind” won the Grammy for “Best Country Song.” Also, it produced a New York Best-Seller book and won Clio Award for Best Integrated Campaign.
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