TIM'S NEW CD HITS STORES

Tim McGraw released his long-awaited new CD, Reflected: Greatest Hits Vol. 2, Tuesday, March 28.

Tim's new CD features classics like "Everywhere" and the award-winning "Live Like You Were Dying," along with four new tracks, one of which can be added to his growing "hit" list. "When the Stars Go Blue" is headed into the Top 20 on the Billboard country charts after less than four weeks of airplay. To help promote the CD, Tim will make appearances on NBC's Today show March 31 and The Ellen DeGeneres Show April 4. And don't forget Tim's TV special, Tim McGraw: Reflected, slated to air on NBC, April 7, at 8 p.m. ET.

**Click on the links below to listen to Reflected: Greatest Hits Vol. 2**

Live Like You Were Dying

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My Old Friend Real Player Windows Media Player Like We Never Loved At All (with Faith Hill) Real Player Windows Media Player The Cowboy In Me Real Player Windows Media Player When the Stars Go Blue (new single) Real Player Windows Media Player Real Good Man Real Player Windows Media Player She's My Kind Of Rain Real Player Windows Media Player Grown Men Don't Cry Real Player Windows Media Player Not a Moment Too Soon Real Player Windows Media Player Watch the Wind Blow By Real Player Windows Media Player Over and Over (featuring Nelly) Real Player Windows Media Player Everywhere Real Player Windows Media Player Beautiful People (new track) Real Player Windows Media Player Red Ragtop Real Player Windows Media Player My Little Girl (new track—from the motion picture My Friend Flicka) Real Player Windows Media Player I've Got Friends That Do (new track) Real Player Windows Media Player

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