Raw emotions are present in Tim McGraw’s “My Little Girl” where it’s themed as a father-daughter song. It’s not every day you hear a sweet Tim who also demonstrates a strong vocal which is different from his other songs that slightly edges to rock-pop. Nevertheless, “My Little Girl” is worth getting to know for a country music fan.
All About The Song
The country superstar has co-written this sentimental piece, which is the first time for Tim McGraw to have a hand in writing. Tom Douglas helped the singer with the songwriting and created the compelling lyrics needed to make it a hit. It was released in August 2006 as part of Tim’s compilation album Tim McGraw Reflected: Greatest Hits Vol. 2 and got a feature in a movie entitled Flicka.
Interestingly, the content of “My Little Girl” is straightforward. It’s like a father’s open message to his daughter, whom he loves so much and will do anything for her. He promises in the lyrics that she will always be his little girl no matter what. Fans loved the concept and praised the song for its beautiful meaning. It tells them how their daughter is growing up fast and will soon leave, but in any case, there will always be a path she can come home to anytime.
However, not everyone likes how tender this single is. Country Universe’s Kevin John Coyne gave it a negative rating for its sugary-sweet vibe compared to Tim’s last song, “When The Stars Go Blue.” Nevertheless, most of his fans cried with the music and begged to disagree with the reviewer. They all love a fresh addition to Tim McGraw songs.
The Daughters of Tim McGraw
McGraw and his wife, Faith Hill’s family, were blessed with three daughters, namely Gracie, Maggie, and Audrey. The couple got married back in 1996 and had their first child the following year. Currently, their kids are in or out of college already, and they are still happily married for more than two decades. They’re known as one of the power couples in the country music industry.
Watch Tim McGraw’s “My Little Girl” video here.