Leave it to country's currently most-adored couple to make the most romantic day of the year full of all the feels—even for those "love stinks" types out there! Tim McGraw took the occasion of Valentine's Day (Feb. 14) to post a simple and loving ode to his wife Faith Hill, who he's been married to two decades and counting.

McGraw chose a pretty photo of Hill in what appears to be vacation mode (she's kitted out in a sundress and wide-brimmed hat), and posted it to social media with the caption "My funny valentine, sweet, sweet valentine you make me happy..."

Those are the lyrics, of course, to the 1937 jazz standard, which is part of the Great American Songbook and has been covered by Chet Baker, Ella Fitzgerald, Bing Crosby, and even Boy George.

McGraw famously proposed to Hill at Country Jam in Grand Junction, Colo., in June of 1996. He asked Hill to marry him in her dressing room trailer, and she responded by writing her answer in sharpie on a mirror, adding a few lipstick kisses. The couple still have that mirror. They married on Oct. 6, 1996, and had their first daughter the next year, followed by two more girls.

Fast-forward to 2018, and the couple is still holding strong both personally and professionally. They have extended their successful Soul2Soul Tour of the previous year, adding 25 more dates to the trek. The second leg kicks off May 31 in Richmond, Va. and continues through the summer before wrapping up July 22 in Sacramento, Calif.

Their multi-date 2017 tour landed them at No. 1 on a variety of Pollstar's rankings including Average Grossing Country Tour (North America) and Average Grossing Co-Headline Tour (U.S.). They're also set to co-headline London's O2 Arena during C2C: Country to Country Festival on March 9 as part of the Soul2Soul Tour.

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