In the new music video for Zac Brown Band's song "I'll Be Your Man (Song for a Daughter)," Brown gets sentimental, protective and emotional about the relationship between a father and his daughter.

The ZBB frontman knows a thing or two about fatherhood, especially being the dad of daughters: Brown and his wife have four girls of their own, all between the ages of four and eight. The "I'll Be Your Man" clip has that warm feeling that (if you're lucky) accompanies the bond with between a dad and his kids: At the beginning of the video, Brown plays around with his young daughter while his band plays on the front porch, bathed in sunlight. As the "I'll Be Your Man" music video progresses, Brown's daughter grows older -- but just as he did when she was a child, the singer is there to protect her at the moments when she needs it the most.

""I'll Be Your Man" is heavy for me," Brown shares in a video posted to ZBB's YouTube channel. "Since the minute I knew I was gonna have a daughter, I've been preparing myself to have to let her go. There's no greater honor than to be a father to a daughter and to know that love -- to have unconditional love and to be able to be their man until they get older … to, essentially, always be their man."

The "I'll Be Your Man" video was directed by Diego Pernia, who also produced the group's "Remedy" trilogy. "I'll Be Your Man (Song for a Daughter)" is one of the tracks on Zac Brown Band's most recent album, Jekyll + Hyde, which was released back in April of 2015.

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