The music video, directed by Stuart Gosling, reflects the real-life struggles each bandmember went through during the making of the album. It opens with Brian Littrell standing alone outside of a hospital room while doctors rush in to save a dying patient that turns out to be him. Littrell, who was born with a heart murmur, had gone through open-heart surgery to treat it in 1998.
Meanwhile, AJ McLean, whose friend died in a car accident when they were teens, sits alone on a bus looking at a photo of a pretty girl. He even thinks he sees the girl walk past him, but she's just an apparition. The bus is bound for Denniz St, which is an homage to Denniz Pop, one of the band's producers who died of stomach cancer the previous summer. The vehicle is driven by a blonde-haired man who bears a strong resemblance to the late producer. The bus nearly hits a girl in the street, but thankfully Nick Carter, who was walking alone in the rain, rescues her in time.
Elsewhere, Kevin Richardson, who at 19 lost his dad to cancer, watches home movies of happier times with his father (the footage isn't real; he and his dad are portrayed by actors).
At a nearby bar, Howie D is sitting alone when a young woman in red runs up to him, only to disappear. The girl represents his sister, who died of lupus a year earlier. By the end of the clip, the guys converge in the street and perform the rest of the song together.