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Tim McGraw might teach his daughters Gracie, Maggie and Audrey plenty of life lessons, but the singer says they have taught him something very important as well.

"I think that probably the biggest thing that I'm still always working on in having a house full of women is learning patience," the superstar explains. "I've never been a very patient person, so I think either I'm getting mellower with age or they're teaching me patience. It's one or the other. I'm not sure which one it is. Probably a combination of both."

The country music icon has been very vocal that his family with Faith Hill comes well before his career. "We made a conscious decision when we got married, that no matter what, if we were going to start a family that that was going to be our first priority and everything else was sorta just gonna find its place," he explains (quote via Taste of Country). "For better or worse -- for our careers' better or worse or whatever -- that's always been our core understanding and our core principal, is putting our family first."

McGraw's career is still soaring, with his latest single, 'Highway Don't Care,' sitting at No. 1. He is spending much of the summer on the road with his Two Lanes of Freedom tour, with Brantley Gilbert and Love and Theft serving as his opening acts. Keep track of all of his upcoming shows here.