Hunter Hayes' 'Everybody's Got Somebody But Me' video featuring pop singer Jason Mraz focuses on the two feeling a little less than thrilled at all the love they see around them.

It starts with Hayes walking with his guitar in hand to a park bench. He's followed by Mraz, who sits on a bench behind the country singer. The birds are chirping as the 22-year-old singer starts to play his guitar and begins the song.

The country music video features happy couples eating ice cream in the park, cuddling under a tree, strolling hand-in-hand by the water while both Hayes and Mraz sit on separate benches all alone, wondering why everybody has somebody -- but them.

Hayes is still sitting on his park bench when he's approached by a golden retriever, and then by the dog's beautiful owner. Of course, he thinks he's hit the jackpot until her beefy boyfriend comes up ... and the singer grimaces.

Mraz is eventually joined on his park bench by an older woman, whom he tries to engage with, but she isn't having it. Her husband then strolls up and pops the woman's hearing aid back in, and they happily walk off together.

The 'Everybody's Got Somebody But Me' video is full of hilarious instances where the two singers think they're about to meet someone or make a new friend, only to find out they were mistaken. Hayes thinks a woman walking up is waving at him, so he stands up to meet her. Her boyfriend then appears from behind the singer and pops the question while Hayes watches in frustration.

'Everybody's Got Somebody But Me' ends with both singers strolling off from their solo park benches, still alone.