"Like We Never Loved At All" is the song recorded by American country singer Faith Hill. It was released in August 2005 as the second from her album Fireflies. The song features husband Tim McGraw singing harmony vocals. Like two other singles from the album — "Mississippi Girl" and "Sunshine and Summertime" — this song was co-written by John Rich of Big & Rich, Vicky McGehee and Scot Sax.
A tale of coping with a love that has drifted away, the song provided the thematic opening for shows from McGraw and Hill's joint Soul2Soul II Tour 2006, with the pair singing it at opposite ends of the stage and with their backs to each other.
A music video was released in conjunction with the song, directed by Sophie Muller. In it, Hill and McGraw are portrayed as a country music duo in the 1960s, who are moving on from a romance they once shared. After the first chorus, Hill leaves the set in distress, retreating to her private room. McGraw follows, and knocks on her door. Inconveniently, his girlfriend arrives and embraces him just as Hill opens the door. Seeing this, she slams it shut again, throwing things around in a fit of aggravation. Later, Hill and McGraw are at a restaurant with various guests, sitting at separate tables. As McGraw is about to stand up, possibly to talk to Hill, her new fiancée announces to everyone that he wants to marry her, presenting her with a diamond ring. Heartbroken, McGraw walks over to the bar to intoxicate himself. Hill refuses the proposal by shutting the ring box, which McGraw does not see. The couple is also seen performing in front of a red stage. McGraw wears a suit and Hill wears a yellow dress in these scenes.