First time Streets collaborator Kevin Mark Trail has things on his mind. "Standing on a bridge overlooking the Thames, I look at my reflection, it's where I learn my lesson." Pretty deep, serious stuff for a single, and yet it offers something more unusual for an R&B record, a strangely heartwarming listen.
Trail has a soulful voice that came over well on Let's Push Things Forward, and gets a gospel-tinged packing for the chorus here. A simple, plaintive piano completes the accompaniment, and although on the first play you can almost hear Mike Skinner rapping, the song carries a considerable impact.
Trail's approach is the polar opposite of many of his contemporaries - thoughtful and persuasive, lyrically introspective. As a makeweight, Estelle adds her considerable vocal talent to a slightly indulgent remix that brings out the tune's gospel flavour.