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Rascal Flatts new song, “I Won’t Let Go,” can mean different things to different people, but for Joe Don Rooney, he says the song really connects with him as a father.  “I think once you have children, have kids, like [me and] Gary and like Jay, I think you really feel that in this song – that unconditional love and support for your children.”  Gary LeVox agrees, adding that it is a universal lyric, to be applied to anyone or anything in your life.  “It could be anything from God to mother to children to anything. It’s however you perceive the song.”  The guys will perform “I Won’t Let Go” on their upcoming ABC-TV special, Rascal Flatts: Nothing Like This Presented by JCPenney, which airs March 12th.
 
Fans can actually direct their own music video for “I Won’t Let Go.”  If you visit the Rascal Flatts Facebook page you can use the “I Won’t Let Go” video generator to merge existing concert footage from the guys with your own personal footage to create your own unique video.  Once your video is complete you can submit it for consideration, and one lucky grand prize winner will win a trip to the set of Rascal Flatts’ next music video.

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