Tim McGrawTim McGraw knows he's outnumbered at home. The singer appeared last week on the 'Late Show with David Letterman' for the first time in 12 years, lamenting on his status as the lone male in the household, with wife Faith Hill and their three daughters -- Gracie (12), Maggie (11), and Audrey (7).

"I have three daughters, and I don't have much to say," Tim joked.

Tim also notes that considering the ages of his oldest daughters, he's happy to let Faith take over. "They're really good girls, and they are well-behaved, but my 12-year-old is about to be a teenager. [There's] a lot of stuff that I turn over to their mother. [It's] very terrifying. Somebody said that when you have boys, you just worry about those boys; when you have girls, you worry about all of them!"

Tim also admitted his daughters' musical tastes don't include his own material.

"Dad's very uncool," he said. "If I come on the radio, they ask me to change it. I gently remind them that that pays for their school, but that doesn't seem to do any good. They love Ne-Yo, Jonas Brothers, Taylor Swift ... but not Dad."

In case the girls change their minds, Dad's album 'Southern Voice,' will be available starting tomorrow (Oct. 20).