Young releases "You" video
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Young releases "You" video

Tuesday, October 25, 2011 – Chris Young released the video for his single You today.

The video showcases images of the 1950's with souped-up classic cars and a full service gas station where Young finds himself as an attendant with several young lady admirers whose cars need service. Directed by Chris Hicky, the video was shot last month at a retro full service gas station and garage in Watertown, Tenn.

You can be viewed online, including at CMT. The video also can be purchased at iTunes. The song is the second single from Young's third album, "Neon."


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