A beautiful piano intro starts the song after a theatrical beginning to the video. It reminds me of longer videos that tell a story instead of launching right into the music. The female character in the video commits suicide after cheating on her fiancee with another man. In the beginning you hear him yell “Why don't you just jump?”
The male character in the video is upset and contemplating suicide himself. He goes through their relationship in his memories. You see how the story plays out all the way, how the relationship goes wrong throughout the song. The story is told visually of how love change with the events that happen in life. One of the focal points in the video is a picture of the girl beside a tree that is “their spot” where he proposed. She holds it during the part before the music starts when it shows her jumping from a ledge, while the guy carries it with him as he goes throughout the video before you see him with a backpack on at the end of the video.
The song has an amazing back beat and catchy chorus, with Melanie Fontana's voice adding to the piano and then with the edgier hip hop beats from tyDi make the song an instant hit. The video only makes it better, telling a story that you wouldn't necessarily get from the song itself.
You only need one spark to start a fire/ you only need one heart to save a live/it only takes one word to get inspired/now when I think of love, it's redefined