The video clip (directed by Roger Pistole), like most of the band's material centers around Matchbox Twenty, but is punctuated by black and white shots from an old movie. Thomas has shorter hair than in the subsequent clips and is dressed in a suit and sunglasses. The song begins acoustic but then goes to electric guitar. If listened to closely, Thomas can be heard drawing a breath before singing. There is no instrumental introduction and Thomas begins singing immediately. The cover of the single features a parody of a Diamond Matches box. The song was not as successful on mainstream pop radio as the other singles from the album, however it had a significant presence on mainstream rock radio, reaching the top ten of the Mainstream Rock Tracks and in the top ten for 6 weeks.