Tim McGraw is feeling nostalgic lately, and it may have something to do with his latest single, "How I'll Always Be."

On Monday (Sept. 12), the superstar went into the vault to share an adorable photo with his three daughters at what appears to be a Disney park. In the image, McGraw is shown side by side with his young daughters as they pose for the camera all smiles in front of a castle. He captions the photo with a simple hashtag of the title of his new single.

"How I'll Always Be" is the third single off McGraw's latest album, Damn Country Music. It was written by Chris Janson, Jamie Paulin and Jeremy Stover and is a song that McGraw says he instantly felt connected to.

“It was very reminiscent of my hometown, where I grew up,” McGraw tells Taste of Country. “There was a cotton gin in my hometown. I worked in bean fields and cotton fields and rice fields as a kid. Some of my earliest memories were sort of that visual of that song.”

The Louisiana native and proud dad now has two daughters in college. Wife Faith Hill has been on a fun road trip with their daughter, Maggie to get there, and last week, Hill shared a sweet video of them bonding in the car, singing along to Taylor Swift's "Bad Blood." The couple's youngest daughter just started high school.

“They’re growing up and turning into beautiful, strong, talented, confident young ladies," McGraw says. “If you have three daughters, you couldn’t have a better role model than their mom.”

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