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Paul Weller - Night One Set List From Tokyo, Japan!

Paul Weller, Zepp Diver City, Tokyo, Japan
October 22, 2012

Set List:

01. Have You Made Up Your Mind
02. My Ever Changing Moods
03. Friday Street
04. Running On The Spot
05. Wake Up The Nation
06. Fast Car / Slow Traffic
07. That Dangerous Age
08. Strange Town
09. 7&3 Is The Strikers Name
10. The Attic
11. The Cost Of Loving
12. Long Hot Summer
13. Pieces Of A Dream
14. Above The Clouds
15. Science
16. Dragonfly
17. You Do Something To Me
18. Heavy Soul
19. STaRt!
20. Around The Lake

21. From The Floorboards Up
22. Shout To The Top
23. Broken Stones

24. Into Tomorrow


  1. 2012.10.25 Paul Weller@Zepp Nagoya Setlist

    01. Just Who Is The 5 O'Clock Hero?
    02. Into Tomorrow
    03. Wake Up the Nation
    04. Friday Street
    05. Fast Car Slow Traffic
    06. Dangerous Age
    07. The Attic
    08. The Cost Of Loving
    09. Strange Town
    10. Long Hot Summer
    11. Dragonfly
    12. Pieces Of A Dream
    13. Above The Clouds
    14. Start!!
    15. Foot Of The Mountain
    16. When Your Gardens Over
    17. Grown
    18. Shout To The Top
    19. Around The Lake
    20. My Ever Changing Moods
    21. Have You Made Up Your Mind
    22. Broken Stones
    23. Wild Wood
    24. The Changingman

    The Osaka set list is located here:

    Maybe someone who is better at Japanese can give more information...


    Chad in Tokyo


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