Rascal Flatts has just premiered new video for their song “Yours If You Want It” on People.com, telling the sweet love story of a waitress and a diner patron, with the band as supporting characters.
Flatts frontman Gary LeVox plays a cook at Nashville’s Hermitage Cafe, the location of the band’s first-ever photo shoot. The manager, played by Jay DeMarcus, takes him to task for singing too much while he’s flipping burgers, while Joe Don Rooney, who’s cleaning the floor, is playing air guitar on his mop.
Actress Kristy Swanson, playing a waitress named Stacie, asks a patron named Earl, played by actor Kevin Farley, if she can get him anything else. “What do you say me and you get out of here and make a life together?” “O.K.,” says Stacie, and she leaves with him. As Flatts perform the song in the parking lot, we’re treated to a montage of Earl and Stacie’s loving life together.
But at the end of the clip, we see that the whole thing has been Earl’s fantasy — his actual girlfriend comes in and yells at him to hurry it up. But Stacie takes pity on him and writes her number on his check. “You know where to find me,” she says. Aww.
The clip is dedicated to the memory of Nashville songwriter Andrew Dorff, who died last year at age 40.
“Yours If You Want It” is from Flatts’ new album, Back to Us, due May 19.
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