There's something so quietly joyful about this video. I can count on Corrine Bailey Rae for soulful lyrics and classy, real music. I love this part of the song:
"I could see the lights from the restaurant
I couldn’t quite perfect that nonchalance
Paris and champagne with one brown sugar cube
And we danced while the band played “She’s not there”
Kissed me in the rain by the Rue Voltaire
It’s a perfectly good way to ruin those silk shoes..."
P.S :I do covet those shoes.