15 February 2012
Amidst the blink and you miss it marriages of Hollywood, Jada Pinkett Smith and husband Will Smith's relationship appears to be a constant, and this week Jada's decided to write a song about it!
Jada marked Valentine's Day this year by taking to the internet to post a link to her new ballad 'Burn.'
While the title doesn't exactly scream romance, the song itself features lyrics like, "Let your passion break me tonight, Can you feel my heart beat next to yours?", and was accompanied by a lovey dovey message to her husband of over 14 years.
Taking to her Facebook.com page on Tuesday, Pinkett Smith wrote, "With the major losses we have experienced in the last few weeks... We should remember... Our lives are worth living fully."
"Therefore... Our risks are worthy. Our mistakes are worthy. Our traumas are worthy as well. The very paths we are told not to tread are the paths that hold the keys to our deepest understanding of love for our lives and ourselves."
"Will, I love you. Happy Valentine's Day. This is for you."
The couple wed in December, 1997.
Listen to 'Burn' below. Jada has a good voice, but it kind of sounds like a strange cabaret croon song to us. Were the timpanis really necessary? What do you think?