The nearly three-and-a-half-minute clip captures the hours leading up to Brown’s nuptials, which include a tattoo of his bride Katelyn’s name on his right hand. The video follows the couple as they each prepare for their union, with Katelyn being helped into her dress by friends and family and Brown changing into his all black suit.
As Brown sings “I just want to wake up every day here in this bed / Never leave ‘I love you’ left unsaid / It might take a hundred lifetimes to do / But, baby, I just want to be good as you,” shots of their vows and first kiss flash across the screen. A special moment in the midst of the video is when Brown first lays eyes on his bride and quickly looks to the ground as he tries to manage his emotions.
The “Good As You” video continues through the reception, which is lit up with a massive fireworks display. As the night goes on, Katelyn changes into a more comfortable outfit and the two say their goodbyes through a tunnel of sparklers held by their guests. The video concludes with another kiss from the couple before flashing to black.
The video marks one of the growing number of country men dedicating their music to their wives. In addition to Brown’s “Good As You” video, both Scotty McCreery and Dan + Shay have shared clips from their special days in music videos for their songs “This Is It” and “Speechless,” respectively.
“Good As You” is one of the 12 songs featured on Brown’s sophomore album, Experiment, set for release on November 9. The Georgia native co-wrote the song with Brock Berryhill, Shy Carter, Taylor Phillips and Will Weatherly.