Sting: Brand New Day Meaning
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Song Released: 1999
Brand New Day Lyrics
Things go well, your eyes dilate, you shake, and I’m high?
Look in my eyes deep and watch the clouds change with time
20 hours won’t print my picture milk carton size
Carton size, carton...
anonymous Feb 20th, 2013 2:42pm report
You may have been hurt before, you may have had your heart broken, and you may tell yourself that you'll never feel the same way again. But love has a way of changing your mind. You could even say that love and fate are intertwined and you could find yourself presented with another chance at love by shear luck. You should take this chance by the horns, change whatever it is about yourself that was wrong before and start over a new. Greet this opportunity with all the wreckless abandon and pent up emotions and make the most of it.
anonymous Nov 26th, 2012 11:50pm report
This is an amazing video, where God decides to use Sting's body to propogate the message of love. You can see the plazma of God's or, perhaps, Jesus' consciousness enveloping his body, and after the message has been delivered, the divine consciousness departs leaving Sting transformed. The plazma also looks like an alien spacesuit that reminds a protective shield that enables Sting to literally rise above people so they can hear him.
creed_dawg Feb 15th, 2004 2:02am report
This song is all about starting life over again with nothing at all. He has more than likely screwed up in his lifetime, like most of us have or will, and is wanting to ask his ex-girlfriend to get back with him because they need each other. He says, "...Sell the stock, we'll spend the money..." so evidently his wrong choice was over money or greed and now he realizes it and wants to start a "Brand New Day".
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