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The Marc Klasfeld-directed visuals commence with the R&B crooner wandering around in front of a motel in the desert. As he lies down beside a toy monkey playing the cymbals, the cinematic sounds of old time movies echos before Wayne jumps on the beat.
"This is for the lovers and the sexy motherf---ers/ Love is in the air, I pray I do not suffer/ ...Lights dim, candles lit/ She says Weezy flush me harder, I say, 'Ooh, you the s---," he rhymes.
When Thicke jumps in on the track, he's playing a piano in a lounge on center stage. "Tell me something sweet, tell me something nice/ Tell me something good, baby, tell me it's alright/ Tell me that you love me, tell me you'll be there/ I get so worried sometimes the world will not be there," he croons.
Throughout the video, the L.A. native gets close to a handful of women, all while reminding them not to worry their "pretty lil' heart" because he's a one-gal kinda guy.
'Love After War' was released in December 2011.
Watch Robin Thicke's 'Pretty Lil Heart' Video