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Country music icons Tim McGraw and Tyler Hubbard release the song Undivided

Country music icons Tim McGraw and Tyler Hubbard release the song Undivided that urges unity after Capitol riots leave five dead

Country music icons Tim McGraw and Tyler Hubbard have written a song asking for peace.

On Wednesday the singers released the single Undivided that urges unity despite a separation in political beliefs in the United States.

This comes a week after the deadly Capitol riots in Washington, DC on January 6 left five dead.

For the good of the country: On Wednesday the singers released the single Undivided that urges unity despite a separation in political beliefs in the United States

Country strong: Country music icons Tim McGraw and Tyler Hubbard have written a song asking for peace. On Wednesday the singers released the single Undivided that urges unity despite a separation in political beliefs in the United States

Time to come together as one: 'I think it's time to come together/You and I can make a change/Maybe we can make a difference,' the lyrics to the country tune stated

Time to come together as one: ‘I think it’s time to come together/You and I can make a change/Maybe we can make a difference,’ the lyrics to the country tune stated

‘I think it’s time to come together/You and I can make a change/Maybe we can make a difference,’ the lyrics to the country tune stated.

They also sing about making ‘the world a better place /Look around and love somebody.’

It was added that people ‘been hateful long enough’ and it is time to ‘let the good lord reunite us ’til this country that we love’s undivided.’

Trump supporters shed blood: This comes a week after the deadly Capitol riots in Washington, DC on January 6 left five dead

Trump supporters shed blood: This comes a week after the deadly Capitol riots in Washington, DC on January 6 left five dead

His wish: They also sing about making 'the world a better place /Look around and love somebody.' It was added that people 'been hateful long enough' and it is time to 'let the good lord reunite us 'til this country that we love's undivided'

His wish: They also sing about making ‘the world a better place /Look around and love somebody.’ It was added that people ‘been hateful long enough’ and it is time to ‘let the good lord reunite us ’til this country that we love’s undivided’

He has hope: And Tyler said 'cheers to all humanity with love, compassion, empathy, and grace'

He has hope: And Tyler said ‘cheers to all humanity with love, compassion, empathy, and grace’

McGraw and Hubbard both sing on Undivided. 

‘Cheers to looking at all humanity with love, compassion, empathy, and grace,’ Hubbard said on Instagram.

He not only sang on the tune, he also wrote and produced the song.

‘Thank you Lord for this song and this message. Thank you @thetimmcgraw for believing in this song and asking me to feature on it,’ he wrote.

Country royalty: McGraw (L) and his wife Faith Hill (R) attend the All Access program at The Country Music Hall Of Fame And Museum's CMA Theater in 2018

Country royalty: McGraw (L) and his wife Faith Hill (R) attend the All Access program at The Country Music Hall Of Fame And Museum’s CMA Theater in 2018

‘Thanks to the whole team and my boys @coreycrowder and @chrisloockeguitar for helping me write and produce this. I’m so honored,’ Hubbard, who makes up one half of Florida Georgia Line with Brian Kelley, said.

He finished off with: ‘I’m so honored.’ 

McGraw, 53, also shared a link to the song on Twitter ahead of its release. 

Tim said on Instagram: ‘When we gonna start to see from someone else’s eyes? #UNDIVIDED with @tylerhubbard out at midnight!!’ 

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