Most songs of subject matter involving breakups have limited value, at least in my iTunes. I typically don't want to constantly replay songs discussing events of such negative connotation. There's something about this song that supersedes my typical aversion to negativity. Credit Nas as one of the best storytellers of our generation. This joint can be played and felt, no matter what your mood. The video features interesting footage, such Mr. Jones looking at film of his former marriage, and rapping from the same set that was used to photograph the album cover for Life is Good. At the end, you see him toasting to life with his friends, and then discarding the now infamous green wedding dress of his past. Who said real plots and symbolism in music videos was dead?