Fair warning: this video is old school, Country-Western, a fine Patsy Cline-ism of a song, and may not be to your musical taste. Widen your horizons this once, if you're not a country fan. (I'm not usually; I have some exceptions.) I wouldn't post it if it wasn't worth it. Here are some coping mechanisms if you need them. You prob'ly won't.
If you object to this style of music, then imagine the women as drag queens. (NOT a stretch. And just mayb-- Naaah.) It would be a great cabaret song. They need more glitter and feathers, and perhaps to accessorize with the knitting needles that light up.
Alternatively, put Camper Van Beethoven or REM or The Blues Brothers (with the barmaid saying, "Oh we got BOTH kinds. We got Country AND Western!!!" pre-show at Country Bob's Country Bunker) in their place, and you might be better entertained. I like this just fine, though my imagination likes the "covers" too. 'Specially the Jake and Elwood one, just after they sing "Sometimes it's ha-a-a-a-ard to be a woman..." ANYWAY...
I can't stop laughing. Even after the 5th time through; I think I'm laughing harder the more familiar I get with it. It's JUST. THAT. GOOD. True, even!
Didja catch the shout out to Elizabeth Zimmerman? Rawks.