Tim McGraw and Faith Hill shared sweet romantic stories with host Oprah Winfrey on the Tuesday, Feb. 7, edition of The Oprah Winfrey Show.

Tim recalled that his grandmother saw Faith on TV in the early 1990s and told him that she was the girl he needed to marry. Faith told Oprah that family helps them stay grounded. "I think it's the way that we were both raised," Faith noted. "It really is all about God, it's about family and it's about hard work." And the one thing marriage has taught them? "Patience," says Faith. "I'm really headstrong. As a woman in any business, I've learned to be that way. So I had to learn to stop talking and listen." Tim added that the couple's three daughters have the best role model in the world—Faith. "No matter which direction the world's going, they know they're going to get their focus at home," says Tim. The two also performed their latest duet, "Like We Never Loved at All."


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