The music video released by Jason Aldean for his “Blame It on You” track sees him looking at the past and reminiscing on a previous relationship.
The video, directed by Shaun Silva, shares the journey of a young couple from new love to their end at the hands of a jealous individual. The visual takes the viewers back to the 1940s, but it also features shots of Aldean performing in the present day.
“I could blame it on the whiskey / I wouldn’t blame you if you didn’t even miss me / Gave you a million reasons, girl, not to be with me / Should’ve never let you go / Should’ve never watched you go,” Aldean sings in the chorus.
“I could blame it on a good high / Let it take the blame for why you told me goodbye / Instead of missin’ you and missin’ all those good times … I could say I never knew / I could drink around the truth / But I can’t blame it on you …” he goes on.
“Blame It on You,” written by Michael Tyler, Kurt Allison, Tully Kennedy, John Edwards and Brian Gene White, is from Aldean’s ninth studio album, 9. He had earlier released “Got What I Got” in 2019.
(Photo: Joseph Llanes)
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