Mixing a Waylon-like lyric with a Memphis country boogie is quite different for today's country and it's a paring that helps set Jamey Johnson apart from the rest of the 'newcomers' currently vying for country music's attention. The song begged for a music video and Jamey and his label Mercury Records delivered quite a beauty. It drives home the lyric and really showcases that country music humor need not be sexually based or sophomoric all the time.
Look for Roughstock's interview with Jamey soon.
Click the picture to watch the video.