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Faith Hill And Tim McGraw Stream New Duet 'Break First'

(Radio.com) Faith Hill and Tim McGraw have shared a new duet, "Break First." The couple have been performing the emotionally-charged song during their current Soul2Soul tour, and have finally revealed the studio version.

"Break First" is the latest song that Hill and McGraw have revealed from their upcoming duets album, The Rest of Our Life, which is due for release on Nov. 17.

Check out the online stream of the new duet "Break First" from the country music superstars and husband and wife here.


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