EXCLUSIVE: Tim McGraw Says the Best Part of Touring With Faith Hill is Hearing 'Her Sing Every Night'

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Could Faith Hill and Tim McGraw be any cuter?

ET's Cameron Mathison caught up with the couple on the red carpet at the GRAMMYs in Los Angeles on Sunday, where they couldn’t stop gushing about touring together on their upcoming Soul2Soul tour.

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"Just being together [is the best part of being on tour]," Hill gushed.

"Being together on stage and for me -- it's been 10 years since we actually did a proper tour together -- to be on stage with her and hear her sing every night, it's pretty special," McGraw added.

"We don't get to hear her sing very often, especially live, and so every night [I] really just look forward to hearing her and trying to keep up with her, which is the biggest problem for me!" he said.

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As for whether the couple's three daughters, Gracie, Maggie and Audrey, will be joining them on tour, the pair says, "They'll be out!" though not too often.

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"A little bit goes a long way for them," Hill shared.

"They don't want to be out to much, they've got a life," McGraw explained. "Grace will be 20, Maggie is 18, Audrey's 15 – they've got other things to do than hang out with Mom and Dad!"

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