Better Call Saul, the Breaking Bad spinoff prequel starring the always-great Bob Odenkirk as shady criminal lawyer Saul Goodman, is still a few months away from its premiere date in February. Last night, in the midst of a Breaking Bad marathon, AMC debuted another teaser clip, this time in the form of a music video. Performed by country singer Junior Brown on his trademark double-necked “guit-steel” hybrid guitar, written by Breaking Bad composer Dave Porter and Adam Dornblum, and with lyrics penned by show creators Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould, the song details a number of scenarios in which one might indeed want to, yes, call Saul. These include getting behind the wheel after drinking three Long Island Iced Teas, sticking a George Foreman grill down your pants, and possibly murdering your husband. The video also sneaks in a few snippets of actual footage from the show, although, as expected, they reveal pretty much nothing. You can watch the full video below.