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It Wasn't His Child (Single)

Tim McGraw

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It Wasn't His Child
Tim McGraw
3:32
Total Playing Time    3:32
GRAMMY® Award-winner Tim McGraw ushers in the holiday season with the release of “It Wasn’t His Child”. McGraw first performed the Christmas standard at the 2003 Nobel Peace Prize Concert in Oslo, Norway and most recently reprised it against a stunning holiday backdrop on this year’s CMA Country Christmas. Originally written and performed by Skip Ewing, McGraw’s version was arranged and co-produced by his longtime band leader Danny Hemingson along with Steve Gibson and Byron Gallimore. “It Wasn’t His Child” has been a favorite song of McGraw’s for years. “It’s been a crazy year and we’ve worked hard to put out music, knowing how much it can mean and provide solacein difficult times. This is our final chance to thank everyone for sticking with us this year and more importantly, provide some Christmas spirit to you this holiday season.” - Tim McGraw
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