"Brand New Start" as written by and Paul John Weller....
I'm gonna clear out my head
I'm gonna get myself straight
I know it's never too late
To make a brand new start

I'm gonna kick down the door
I'm gonna get myself in
I'm gonna fix up the yard
And not fall back again

I'm gonna clear up my earth
And build a heaven off the ground
Not something distant on a cloud
But something real to me
But something real to me

All that I can I can be
All that I am I can't see
All that is mine is in my hands
So to myself I call

There's somewhere else I should be
There's someone else I can't see
There's something more I can find
There's only love to me

I'm gonna clean up my earth
And build a heaven off the ground
Not something distant on a cloud
But something real to me
But something real to me

I'm gonna clean up my head
I'm gonna get myself straight
I feel it's never too late
To make a brand new start
To make a brand new start
To make a brand new start


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"Brand New Start" as written by Paul John Weller

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    General CommentOh my god! Why has no-one commented on this song? This is Weller at his best - a melancholic but uplifting classic. Brilliant.
    bobby82on March 09, 2005   Link
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    General CommentYes, it sounds so sad but it's actually supposed to be an uplifting song. Good for helping you 'move on' with your life...
    Libertine1on March 28, 2005   Link
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    General Commentgreat paul weller song. the song is exactly what the title is. to make a brand new start. saying how he is going to do it
    guitaristbenon April 01, 2006   Link
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    General CommentVery inspirational. Always useful when I lose a job, brek up wiht a partner, or any of those other situations where life seems like it's pretty much over.
    SmithersJones87on October 24, 2008   Link

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