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About "Tim McGraw"

"Tim McGraw" is the debut single by American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift, who wrote it with Liz Rose for her self-titled debut album. It was released to US country radio on June 19, 2006, by Big Machine Records. Produced by Nathan Chapman, the track combines elements of country music with the '50s progression; music critics noted influences of non-country genres such as alternative rock on the composition. Written by Swift when she was in her freshman year of high school, the lyrics narrate a summer romance that comes to a sudden end. In the storyline, the narrator pleads with her ex-boyfriend to reminisce about her every time he hears her favorite song by country musician Tim McGraw, the song's namesake.

The single was Swift's first chart entry on the US Billboard Hot 100, peaking at number 40. On the Hot Country Songs chart, it peaked at number six. The Recording Industry Association of America certified the track double platinum for surpassing two million units based on sales and streaming. The accompanying music video for "Tim McGraw", directed by Trey Fanjoy, comprises flashbacks by Swift's love interest, among cut scenes that feature Swift lying on a lake bed. Swift performed "Tim McGraw" as opening act to other country musicians in 2006 and 2007, and included it in the set list to her first headlining tour, the Fearless Tour (2009–2010).

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