Paul Weller improvised during the recording of his upcoming album - he made up the song lyrics on the spot.
The former The Jam frontman releases Wake Up the Nation later this month (Apr10) in the U.K., and he's opened up to fans about his time spent in the studio.
Weller admits his tracks weren't finished when he hit the studio, so he decided to improvise - and thought up lyrics to accompany his music at the last possible moment.
He tells BBC 6 Music, "I didn't really sit down with a guitar and try to work them out or write beforehand. I would just spend a week or two weeks listening to them.
"So instead of going in with a batch of lyrics, I didn't have anything at all. When it got round to me doing the vocal, I'd just sit there and (sing) the first thing that would come into my head, really.
And Weller is delighted with the outcome: "It's nice after all these years to think there's still a method of working which you haven't done before."