Paul Weller closes his A Kind Revolution album with this Broadway-esque number. The ex-Jam frontman suggested to the BBC, "it's like a German beer hall song but with a sort of French chanson feel to it too."
The rousing chorus finds Weller questioning aloud the very purpose of everything he has been doing during his long musical career.
"It's me writing about myself as a writer," he clarified to Q magazine. "I still have this mad, impossible idea that music can make a difference, even if being much older I now realise one song isn't gonna change the world. But when I was younger I definitely did. I'd think, This song's gonna start a revolution.' Which was the right attitude to have when you're young."