Bill Anderson has called in the help of some his musical friends to film his "Waffle House Christmas" music video -- and after seeing these country stars try their hand at a shift on the line, it's pretty clear that some of these artists should stick to their day jobs!

The whole thing starts with Anderson talking to one of his favorite Waffle House servers, Jeannie Seely, about how the new cook, played by Kid Rock, has no idea what he is doing. From there, Anderson sings about the "27 brand-new friends," including Tanya Tucker, that he has made spending Christmas at the casual eating joint.

Although the group looks a little rough and tumble, it is clear that everyone is having a great time and enjoying each other's company just as much as they enjoy their "scattered, smothered, covered and chopped" hash browns. After making a mess of things for a while, eventually Rock has enough and trades in his Waffle House duds for a fur vest before playing his own song on the jukebox, grabbing a woman from a booth and driving away in a stretch limousine.

The video also features Gretchen Wilson as a waitress who couldn't wait for Rock to leave. Press play above to watch all the Waffle House hijinks play out for yourself.

"Waffle House Christmas" comes from Anderson's newest album, Anderson. More information about Anderson can be found on his official website.

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