Brown uses "Autumn Leaves" to explain his troubled relationship with on-again, off-again love Karrueche, 26, but had to get rapper Kenderick Lamar to boost his tune
The song which features in his Grammy-nominated album X sees Chris, dressed as a sword-wielding samurai, chasing after his real-life leading lady amid the stunning scenery of Hawaii, and is later rewarded with a true love’s kiss in the final moments.
Brown uses "Autumn Leaves" to explain his troubled relationship with on-again, off-again love Karrueche, 26, which is why it’s seems so perfect that he cast her as the geisha-inspired beauty whom he follows within a Japanese garden and eventually catches up with outside a beachfront cave.
Inside the song Brown sings,
"If you leave this time I fear that you’ll be gone for good/
So I hold on like leaves and fall to what is left,"
Adding [ in Verse 2: Chris Brown]
I’ve been bleeding in your silence
I feel safer in your violence
I hold on like leaves in Fall to what is left
Before I sleep I talk to God
He must be mad with me, it’s coming
I’m confused who I’ll spend my forever with
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