The Judds' down-to-earth appeal was reflected in the music video, directed by David Hogan
, which was shot at their modest home in Franklin, Tennessee.
"That took less than a half a day to film," says Wynonna told New Musical Express
in 1985. "Because we shot it at our house, we did our own makeup and hair, and we wore our own clothes. Even the '50s dress was an old one Mom had saved. So it was real personal... But now we'll be on the road and we'll see it on TV, see our house just sitting out there. It's weird."
"That's about the only time we do see it, too," Naomi added. "But you know, we had been sittin' in this production meeting in Los Angeles, talking about a video and this fella that does the videos says, 'Now we want this old, quaint, Victorian kind of frame house for this....'"
Wynonna continued: "And he was from LA! Saying how he wanted it to look so old-fashioned. I was just sitting rollin' my eyes around and after he said all this I couldn't resist, so I said, 'Maybe you better see our house 'cause it sounds like exactly what you want.'"