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Single Review: “Let It Go” by Tim McGraw

July 18, 2008

Tim McGraw continues to push his 2007 well over a year later by releasing the title track, probably one of the most memorable on the project along side tracks like “Put Your Loving On Me”, “Train #10” and “If You’re Reading This”. McGraw has hard a significantly difficult time scoring his usual top 5 hits lately and keeping pace with the likes of Kenny and George, so he shifts gears and takes a more uplifting approach in a lyric that has Tim stating he will let go of his problems and ease his own pain instead of holding on tight to his demons and his mistakes.

It’s no secret this song covers no new ground as far as writing. However there lies its only real flaw. The presentation and power behind it reflects its purpose nicely and brings back the sound and talent that has brought Tim to where he is. While he should probably consider releasing a batch of new material next time around, he has presented a worthy candidate for sn additional release from the album of the same name.

Grade: B+

One Comment leave one →
  1. Cyni L permalink
    July 19, 2008 5:40 pm

    Love this song . I hope radio will give it a chance…

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