Brand New Man
Brooks & Dunn Lyrics


I saw the light, I've been baptized
By the fire in your touch and the flame in your eyes
I'm born to love again
I'm a brand new man

Well the whole town's talking
'Bout the line I'm walking
That leads right to your door
Oh, how I used to roam
I was a Rolling Stone
Yeah, I used to have a wild side
They say a country mile wide
I'd burn those beer joints down
That's all changed now
You turned my life around

Woah, I saw the light, I've been baptized
By the fire in your touch and the flame in your eyes
I'm born to love again
I'm a brand new man

I used to love 'em and leave 'em
Woah, I'd brag about my freedom
How no one could tie me down
Then I met you
Now my heart beats true
Baby, you and me together
Feels more like forever
Than anything I've ever known
We're right on track
I ain't looking back

Yeah, I saw the light, I've been baptized
By the fire in your touch and the flame in your eyes
I'm born to love again
I'm a brand new man

I saw the light, I've been baptized
By the fire in your touch and the flame in your eyes
I'm born to love again
I'm a brand new man
Woah, I saw the light, I've been baptized
By the fire in your touch and the flame in your eyes
I'm born to love again
I'm a brand new man

I'm born to love again
I'm a brand new man

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Written by: Don Cook, Kix Brooks, Ronnie Dunn

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ricky barcus

I saw the light
I've been baptized
By the fire in your touch
And the flame in your eyes
I'm born to love again
I'm a brand new man

Well the whole town's talking
'Bout the line I'm walking
That leads right to your door
Oh how I used to roam
I was a rolling stone

I used to have a wild side
They say a country-mile-wide
I'd burn those beer joints down
That's all changed now
You turned my life around

Whoa, I saw the light
I've been baptized
By the fire in your touch
And the flame in your eyes
I'm born to love again
I'm a brand new man

I used to love 'em and leave 'em
Whoa, I'd brag about my freedom
How no one could tie me down
Then I met you
Now my heart beats true

Baby you and me together
Feels more like forever
Than anything I've ever known
We're right on track
I ain't looking back

I saw the light
I've been baptized
By the fire in your touch
And the flame in your eyes
I'm born to love again
I'm a brand new man

I saw the light
I've been baptized
By the fire in your touch
And the flame in your eyes
I'm born to love again
I'm a brand new man, yeah

I saw the light
I've been baptized
By the fire in your touch
And the flame in your eyes
I'm born to love again
I'm a brand new man

Yeah, I'm born to love again
I'm a brand new man



Smarterthan You

I sing this song to my wife almost every day. I usually hug her from behind and start swaying to the music in my head as I sing softly at first and then gently as I lean in to give her a kiss right behind her ear. Over years of doing this, I learned that women have 3 steps of emotional response to goofy love.

In the beginning, she would just stand there without much reaction, usually focusing on whatever she was doing at the time, usually cooking. She was never a music lover like me and really didn't listen to wholesome music for sure. She usually listened to filth like Jeezy, Gaga, Madonna, and the rest of the sexual perverts and Luciferians of the mainstream. In her defense she never really paid attention to the lyrics of that garbage but rather just enjoyed the music.

Back to my story on the 3 steps of recognition, the second step involved her just kind of smirking at me like, "really? again?" It wasn't hateful or rude... just... indifferent. I didn't care; I kept on professing my love through this and one or two other songs.

These days, (12 years this October), she not only drops what she's doing an dances with me, but she looks up at me with the most loving, beautiful, and wholesome eyes a man could ever hope to have staring back at him.

Great song and a great woman. I'm blessed to have both. Thank you, BD



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Liam Bloom

Brooks and Dunn's first number one hit in 1991! Who's still listening 30 years later?

Vize Iron ♪

Listening 30 years later, but I'm 16😆

James Gant

2022, October

OntarioRedneXXX

Had forgotten about this song, I was setting up a tent for a fire dept function and one of the guys started playing this, now I can't get it out of my head 😅 it's a classic

Tom Stanley

heck yeah

Bob Baum

Me!

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GMS

I'm not a country music expert but this is so much more inspiring than the pop that passes for country nowdays.

Paradoxical Egg

absolutely!

LucidDream

I miss this kind of country. This was the country that played when I grew up.

Sara Smith

Me too! The second concert I ever went to was Brookes and Dunn and Alan Jackson and I went with my parents 😁

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