Rascal Flatts recorded the song for their Feels Like Today
album. Released in November 2004, this version spent five weeks at #1 on the country chart. Nitty Gritty Dirt Band's Jeff Hanna recalled to The Boot
: "Rascal Flatts toyed with recording it on their first album, and they put it on hold for their second album. It had over 150 holds, and it got to be a running gag with us. In 2004, Brooks & Dunn had it on hold, and they were about to cut it, and I found out Rascal Flatts finally cut it. Then we got a call that said, 'Not only did we cut your song, but it's the next single!'"
Rascal Flatt's version won the 2006 Grammy Award for Best Country Song.