“You’ve inherited mama’s pipes!!”

She gets it from her mama!

Audrey McGraw, the youngest of the three daughters shared by country icons Faith Hill and Tim McGraw, delighted us with her musical talents again this week.

On Monday, the 22 year old shared a video of herself singing an emotional rendition of Jeff Buckley's "Lover, You Should've Come Over" on Instagram. Wearing a flowy, off-the-shoulder white dress and sitting at a piano, Audrey delivers a powerhouse vocal performance that earned more than a few comparisons to her famous mother.

“I hear her momma in her voice…” one follower commented.

“Beautiful voice,” another wrote. “You sound so much like your mum.”

“Oh goodness, you’ve inherited Mama’s pipes!!” a different fan chimed in.

This isn’t the first time Audrey has shared her impressive voice with the world. In January she posted a video of herself belting out Tammy Wynette's "Stand By Your Man" that moved her father to tears.  

“She’s a true artist. She’s got a true artist’s soul,” Tim said in a video praising his daughter’s performance. “And we’re lucky enough that we get to hear this when she’s at home and she sits around and plays the piano. Faith and I will just sit there and just listen…”

Talent clearly runs rampant on all sides of the McGraw-Hill family. Not only do all three of their daughters share their parents’ gift, Tim’s nephew does too. The up-and-coming country singer, Timothy Wayne, just signed a major record deal and is joining his uncle on his tour this summer. 

We have a good feeling about this generation, y’all!

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