John Mayer and Katy Perry are coupling quite well—and it shows!

The twosome's "Who You Love" music video premiered Tuesday, Dec. 17 on Good Morning America, and if you liked John and Katy together before, you'll really love them once you see them trying not to laugh atop a mechanical bull! 

Yes, John, 36, and Katy, 29, are among the couples in love featured in the clip trying not to get thrown from a mechanical bull which seems to be placed in the middle of the desert. This provides a more playful aspect to the video, which largely focuses on close-ups of Katy and John singing, snuggling, being adorable and unintentionally making single people cry.

Towards the end of the clip, fireworks (Baby, you're a firework!) rain down behind the bull-riding duo as John shoots a confetti cannon. He also holds onto Katy as they both laugh, and the video even ends with Katy's sweet giggle.

The song itself is a sweet one. In an interview with Billboard magazine, John summed up "Who You Love" as "I love you based on the fact that I've tried to run and I'm not running and I give up." Katy wrote her lines in the song, which her love described as being "a really fun opportunity for her to write like, her answer to [his lyrics]."

"So you get these two sides to this relationship," he reasoned, "that are brutally honest but no less universal."

Universal, yes, and also quite lovely.!

Katy Perry, John Mayer, Who You Love


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