Tim McGraw's daughter, Gracie, just proved yet again that she has a voice worthy of recording. The eldest daughter of McGraw and Faith Hill joined her dad for a short remake of a timeless '80s hit while on a roadtrip, and it was flawless.

The reason for the impromptu singalong may have been boredom, as generally happens on long drives like they seemed to be on when this video was shop. The song is Barbara Streisand and Barry Gibb's "What Kind of Fool," a Top 10 hit from 1981. Gracie, now 22, wasn't a flicker in her parents' hearts at that time, but she recreates the song like she lived it.

A second clip on Instagram shows dad and daughter cutting up a little bit before McGraw solos. McGraw captioned the video with: “PIPES!!!!!!......Dang, this girl can sing! Gracie and I having fun with Babs and Barry on our trip ...”

This is not the first time we've heard these two duet. McGraw asked (actually he kind of begged) his daughter to cut a song called "Here Tonight" with him for his Damn Country Music album (2015).

They would go on to perform the song together during his set at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena. Taste of Country was on hand for that moment:

On Instagram, McGraw's daughter earned rave reviews from Karen Fairchild from Little Big Town, Cameron Duddy from Midland, Billy Gilman and Rita Wilson, as well as hundreds of the country star's fans.

Gracie started college after her Bridgestone debut in 2015. It's not clear if she's graduated yet or if she plans to record music after finishing. While in high school, she was in an alt-rock band called Tingo.

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