Trey Songz opens his "Fumble" music video with those three little words that we all love to hear: "I was wrong."
Trey is a man whose discovered the error of his ways, and in the black-and-white "Fumble" clip released this week, fans hear his voice as he sits aboard what sounds like a train, writing a letter to the one he's hurt. "You let me hold something so beautiful but I couldn't even comprehend how valuable it was until I dropped it. I broke it. And you gathered up the pieces before I could pick 'em up," Trey is heard saying in a voiceover.
Blending real tour footage with what we'll assume is a fictional storyline, Trey shares his heartache. "I wrote this song. You'll know it when you hear it. And know that every night when I sing it, I'll be thinking of you," he says as the video cuts to a scene of a sold-out arena, where he's standing before a sea of fans. Spotlights in the distance make it look as if Trey is facing a pair of headlights.
One somber scene follows another, as Trey reflects on dropping the ball in his relationship. One minute, he's putting on a happy face for fans, signing autographs backstage. Then, when he's alone, he's laying on a couch, staring at the ceiling.
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