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If you’ve been waiting for new music from Faith Hill, it’s here! But it’s probably not exactly what you’re expecting.

On Tuesday, the 2000 CMA Female Vocalist of the Year shared an Instagram video of her singing Taylor Swift’s pop hit “Bad Blood” with her middle daughter Maggie, as she drove the 17-year-old to college.

Back in June, Maggie accompanied her dad Tim McGraw to this year’s CMT Music Awards. In the past, big sister Gracie, who’s 19, has also joined her dad for a song on his Damn Country Music album. Their youngest sibling, 14-year-old Audrey, is still in school.

If you’re thinking it’s been a while since we’ve heard Faith on the radio, you’re right. Her last solo single was 2012’s “American Heart,” which she followed by adding vocals to Tim’s hit “Meanwhile Back at Mama’s” in 2014.

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Day 1: #BadBlood singalong w/ Maggie on the way to college!@taylorswift13 pic.twitter.com/q5z79oV6hB

— Faith Hill (@FaithHill) September 6, 2016


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