There's no better way to run it down, than in sequential order. That's why The-Dream compartmentalizes his new material into three parts, all numbered in descending order. Then he went ahead an dropped an episodic video for the "Part 1" in its entirety, save for a couple of key edits. Among those selected, "Tuxedo" shines the brightest, mostly because it touches on some real life ish.
So without calling out names (because I'm a mensch of a man, thank you), let's just say The-Dream wasn't exactly marriage material the first time he popped the question. But it wasn't all "trials and tribulations" when his first marriage fell apart. The fallout helped him learn a lot about himself and helped inspired tons of subsequent material.
So, on "Tuxedo," The-Dream announces that he's ready to tow that line, after years of toiling in the Bachelor pad. When The-Dream isn't a "Yahama"-personified, he actually turns into a ready-made tuxedo that comes in all the complementary colors of the World. Keep your heart Terius Nash, keep your heart - these marriage lobbyists is smart.
The first time, I wasn't ready
And now, I see the light
Promise you will keep me steady
When you rock me through the night, oh
Went two miles from glory, mmm
And we can't avoid the fame
And I just have to admit it
That girl, you and I live in a fire