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Glen Campbell "I'm Not Gonna Miss You" (James Keach, dir.)

Let's be honest. When it comes to videos about a music icon captured in the twilight of his career, sprinkled with images of a vibrant past, virtually nothing will top "Hurt." But that doesn't mean others should be neglected. Legend Glen Campbell, who's made public his battle with Alzheimer's, gets in one final ride before his sun sets in what's likely his last video.

Taylor Swift "Shake It Off" (Mark Romanek, dir.)

Taylor Swift might be going much more pop than you'd have expected — and maybe the thought of seeing her as a B-Girl, or a ballerina, or a hyper-stylized Gagaesque artist makes you very nervous, but no need to worry. It's all in fun with a "just be yourself" message, with an '80s golden age of pop video that directly references "Mickey" by one-hit-wonder Toni Basil. 

Tim McGraw and Director Shane C. Drake Win CMA for "Highway Don't Care" Video

Taillight Director Shane Drake’s Music Video for Tim McGraw and Taylor Swift's "Highway Don’t Care" —  featuring Keith Urban on guitar — Takes Home The ACM’s Award For ‘Music Video of the Year’ After Garnering The Top Honor At The Recent CMA’s

Drake Continues His Sweep Of  ‘Video of the Year’ Category With A Second Consecutive ACM Win 

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By SJ Golden on April 8, 2014 @ 12:07pm PDT

Taylor Swift f/ Ed Sheeran "Everything Has Changed" (Philip Andelman, dir.)

Taylor Swift - Everything Has Changed ft. Ed Sheeran

Imagine if the current friendship between tour mates Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran started at an earlier age. That's the premise behind this narrative clip of two kids striking a bond together, which naturally includes camping inside a classroom, a fascination with "marker face," and reading Nicholas Sparks. Be prepared to "Awww..." A LOT.

Tim McGraw "Highway Don't Care" (Shane C. Drake, dir.)

Highway Don't Care

Here's a big video from Shane C. Drake. It's got Tim McGraw, Taylor Swift and Keith Urban. There's a melodramatic storyline inspired by the perils of distracted driving. And, it also made history by being the first video to be premiered live via a Google+ Hangout Session that McGraw and Drake conducted from Nashville's Belcourt Theater. 

Taylor Swift "22" (Anthony Mandler, dir.)

Taylor Swift - 22

Taylor Swift is a regular girl doing regular things - hanging out with her bestest friends, going to the beach and acting age-appropriately silly. Of course, not every 'regular' girl gets a weekend beach house in Malibu and Anthony Mandler creating an artfully Instagram selfie look for the whole thing. The vibe is fun and light with no boys allowed until the joyous party at the very end. Personally, I couldn't help wondering where the stylist got all the hats.