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Brett Eldredge Transforms Into A Baseball Player for 'Wanna Be That Song' Video

Brett Eldredge in the video for "Wanna Be That Song."
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Brett Eldredge in the video for "Wanna Be That Song."

Brett Eldredge chose the Chicago Cubs' Wrigley Field as the setting for his latest clip. "I've been a lifelong Cubs fan," he explained to People. "It's the first music video ever shot at one of the most historical sporting facilities in the world!"

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The "Wanna Be That Song" video portrays Eldredge as a baseball player in the 1940s. "I remember as a kid saying, 'One day I'm going to go onstage and sing in front of thousands of people' -- back when I was singing in front of 10," he noted. "This video is another version of what I envisioned."

"Wanna Be That Song" appeared last year on Eldredge's Illinois album. He wrote the track with Scooter Carusoe and Ross Copperman. It's at No. 39 on the latest Country Airplay chart.

Watch the baseball-centric clip below.

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