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Tear Jerker: Tim McGraw
There's Tim McGraw's signature song, "Don't Take the Girl", in which the titular line takes on a different meaning every verse.
As well as "My Little Girl". It may cause certain fathers to cry Manly Tears.
And "If You're Reading This". a letter sent home from a dead soldier. Especially the line "There's gonna come a day... when you'll move on and find someone else... and that's okay."
"Grown Men Don't Cry" can, ironically, get certain people choked up.
"Live Like You Were Dying" The whole song is about how, when McGraw's father was given a terminal diagnosis, instead of sitting there, he went out and did all the things he was afraid to do, and encourages McGraw to do the same. His father dies during the song.
"And all of a sudden, goin' fishin' Wasn't such an imposition And I went three times that year I lost my dad."