From the 1999 record 'Fly,' the Dixie Chicks' 'Cowboy Take Me Away' video takes us back to bobbed haircuts and three blonde Chicks early in their career. The video preserves a bit of the '90s, with Martie Seidel, Emily Robison and Natalie Maines sporting some looks we're all glad were left behind. Nevertheless, the song itself is timeless -- a country music staple and game changer for the Dixie Chicks -- which made its mark at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles and Tracks chart in early 2000.

'Cowboy Take Me Away' describes a longing for wide open spaces, ironically, and a need to escape the limits of a big city. The video takes place among cabs, tall buildings and all of the hustle and bustle of a metropolitan area, but as the song progresses the fast-paced lifestyle begins to fade away.

As the Dixie Chicks sing the lyrics -- "I want to look at the horizon and not see a building standing tall / I want to be the only one for miles and miles, except for maybe you and your simple smile" -- the warehouse space they're dancing in begins to transform into a forest of trees and wild vines. Clouds pass quickly overhead and mountains pop up in the place of buildings, making it clear that this trio prefers a more natural landscape -- as long as there's a cowboy for each of them.

Watch the Dixie Chicks 'Cowboy Take Me Away' Video