It's a bit scary sometimes how my imagination works. Case in point: a little over a year ago, I put up an article featuring Asami Kobayashi's（小林麻美）most famous song, her cover version of Gazebo's "I Love Chopin" titled in Japanese as "Ame no Oto wa Chopin no Shirabe"（雨音はショパンの調べ）. In the article, I mentioned that whenever I listen to the song, I imagined the waifish Kobayashi lying languidly on some chaise lounge in a huge house while slowly smoking a cigarette.
The above video was just posted a few months ago. It isn't a chaise lounge and I don't see that cigarette but Kobayashi still reflects that idea I had about her...and the house looks pretty darn big. By the way, the song being featured is her follow-up single after "Ame no Oto wa Chopin no Shirabe", "Kanashimi no Spy" (A Sad Spy). Released as her 9th single in August 1984, the video has short versions of the song with the first one having a cinematic arrangement. It was too bad that it was only an excerpt since I thought it was pretty well done especially with Kobayashi lying around like a femme fatale from some old Cold War suspense flick.