Length:Full
Released:June 23, 2008
Added on:08/27/2008
Reviewer:Jermy
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If you remember the classic music themed TV shows of the 60's like Ed Sullivan, Bandstand, even Shin-Dig and Hullabaloo, you will definitely pick up on the effect that director Chris Hicky was shooting for. The video also follows the story of a young couple trying to put that 'spark' back into their relationship.
"I knew that Lady A would want something different for this song, a video that lives across the street from 'typical,' explains Hicky. "For me there was something nostalgically playful about the music, I just kept envisioning a late 1960's variety show, sort of an homage to Ed Sullivan and the American bandstand idea of a televised performance. It was meant to be a bit campy and over the top, and I knew if anybody could pull it off Lady Antebellum would do so in grand fashion. Not only did they dominate, they took the video to a level of wit and charm that blew me away. They are so cool, so fun, and so happy to be doing what they do."

I gave the song a listen and have to admit that it is a nice song. Okay, finally an oldie and classic song. This song will never leave the airwaves so bookmark this single. Never forget..Click on the 'play'-button and enjoy!

I give it of 5 stars.

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