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She asks him what time it is and he pulls back his left sleeve to check his watch, but suddenly realises that he isn't wearing it and the woman walks away. These scenes are intercut with scenes at the hairdresser's in the present day, where David is singing the song to the guy cutting his hair the parts of the lyrics which are questions, such as "Didn't she mind?
After going to bed that night, David wakes up and is surprised to find the day beginning in an identical fashion to the previous day. He goes to the newsstand and asks the man what day it is, and the man says it's Monday. David realises that everyone except him is oblivious to what is going on. The same events occur again — the busker is out, girl breaks her high heel, the old lady loses her balloon, the kid steps on David's shoe and the woman in the subway entrance asks him for the time but he has again forgotten his watch.
The next morning, Craig David - Walking Away (CD), it's Monday again and everything happens for a third time, but this time David remembers to put on his watch before leaving, he gives the busker some money, is prepared for the girl falling, rescues the balloon, dodges the kids in the subway and is able to give the woman the time, before asking her out for a drink tomorrow; she accepts his offer and they exchange numbers.
The next night, Tuesday finally comes, but after getting into his car to go and pick his date up, David is shocked when he realises that the fuel gauge is empty. Panicking, he phones his date, but she is already at the restaurant.
He arrives, runs inside and the scene skips to the next morning: it's Monday again, but this time David smiles. After getting up and going out, he tells the girl to watch out before she falls and he catches the old lady's balloon before it flies away and gives it back to her. He makes it to his date on time, but in mid-conversation, he knocks over his glass of red wine and spills it all over her. However, he then reaches Craig David - Walking Away (CD) behind him and presses a pause button which appears out of nowhere stopping time and the song playing in the backgroundbefore standing up and stepping out into the outline of the screen and skipping to a point where both glasses are empty.
After getting to the right moment, he steps back into the picture, sits back down and presses play. David and his woman leave the restaurant and go back to his house, where they "make love" for four days straight.
Back at the barber's, David sings a cappella the lyric "we were making love by Wednesday, and on Thursday and Friday and Saturday, we chilled on Sunday. On 30 Julythe song debuted at number one the UK Singles Chart after selling more thancopies in its first week,  giving David his second consecutive UK number-one single. The song has been covered by Zoot Woman.
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rows · Watch the video for Walking Away from Craig David's Born to Do It for free, and see the . Craig David (born 5 May ) is a British singer best known for his debut album Born To Do It featuring the hit singles Fill Me In, 7 Days and Walking Away. Feb 24, · Walking Away [duet with Craig David ] Artist Nek; Album Walking Away [duet with Craig David ] Writers Mark Hill, Craig David; Licensed to YouTube by. 1. Walking Away - The single title track is a mid-tempo song actually preformed by U2 at the brit awards, where CD was snubbed. A nice guitary song good for travelling. 2. Human - I'm addicted to this song its a dreamy relatively slow song w/the typical craig david sound in behind about Craig saying hes sorry for making a mistake/5(7). "Walking Away" is Craig David's third single from his debut album, Born to Do It. Jan 24, · Walking Away (Radio Edit) Mixed By – Steve Fitzmaurice Written-By – Craig David, Mark Hill: 2: Human Mixed By – Mark Hill Written-By – Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis: 3: 7 Days (Live Vibe In Amsterdam) Guitar – Fraser T Smith Written-By – Craig David, Darren Hill, Mark Hill: /5(1). 1. Walking Away - The single title track is a mid-tempo song actually preformed by U2 at the brit awards, where CD was snubbed. A nice guitary song good for travelling. 2. Human - I'm addicted to this song its a dreamy relatively slow song w/the typical craig david sound in behind about Craig saying hes sorry for making a mistake/5. Mar 12, · Craig David - Walking Away (Official Video) - Duration: Craig David 36,, views. 50+ videos Play all Mix - Craig David - Fill Me In YouTube; Craig. Oct 31, · Craig David: Walking Away (CD, Maxi) Wildstar Records: WST: Europe: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review [r] Release. Edit Release All Versions of this Release Review Changes. Add to Collection 4/5(4). About Walking Away "Walking Away" is a song by English singer Craig David. It was written by David and Mark Hill and released as the third single from his debut studio album, Born to Do It (). It reached number one in New Zealand where it became the number one song of , combining both sales and airplay.
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