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Tim McGraw Reveals Promise to Faith Hill That Was Life-Changing

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After 27 years of marriage, country music star Tim McGraw is sharing some secrets about his long-lasting love with Faith Hill.

The two music stars say the key to success has been being “brutally honest” with each other. McGraw said honesty is an important factor.

“We always say we’re 27 years coming up, it’s like 96 in show business,” he joked. “It’s almost like dog years.” (Poll: Will You Vote For Trump or Biden? VOTE)

“We just made a commitment early on,” he continued. “When we first decided we were getting married and having kids, that we wouldn’t just walk out the door when problems arose.”

The pair met in 1994 and began dating in 1996. They married in 1997 and share three daughters: Gracie, 26; Maggie, 25; and Audrey, 21

“Faith and I were going to raise our girls to be strong, independent and fierce and have their own minds and have their own opinions,” he added. “And sometimes I go, ‘Dang, do we want them to be that independent and strong?’ But yeah, we’re so proud of them.”

“She’s always been my rock. She’s my rock in everything that I do. I don’t think I could stand up straight without leaning on her in everything that I do,” McGraw said.

McGraw said one song, in particular, reminds him of his wife.

“Well, there’s one song, and it’s really an instrumental, but there’s one. I’m probably going to get in trouble for saying this. God, please forgive me, baby. It’s ‘Samba Pa Ti’ by Santana. It’s kind of our song,” he said.

“My uncle told me one time — my uncle Hank, old hippie who lives in Napa Valley — he played it for me one time years ago on the road,” McGraw said. “He loved that song too. He said, ‘I’m going to tell you something.’ He says, ‘Never make love to a woman with this song on unless you intend to marry her.’ And so I didn’t until I did. And then I did.”

McGraw has struggled with sobriety but has remained strong since 2008. He says Faith has been his saving grace.

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