A Hundred Times as Good
|"A Hundred Times As Good"|
|Album track by The Special Goodness|
|Album||The Special Goodness|
|Released||November 21, 1998 (Japan only)|
Tom Ackerman's house
White Horse studios
|The Special Goodness track listing|
"A Hundred Times As Good" is the sixth track from the debut album by The Special Goodness.
"A Hundred Times As Good" appears to be a pep talk to encourage someone - possibly Pat to a fellow Weezer member or himself, or his wife to himself - to strike out on their own . The song evolves from another song titled "I'm With You Sister".
- Patrick Wilson - all instruments
How can you go on this way?
A waste of every day
It's meaningless and sad
And I just have to say
That no one really wants to see you try
They like how you don't bitch about your slice of pie
I think you're a hundred times as good
Now, what makes you want to stay?
I ask it everyday
It's not as if they had
Respect for what you say
'Cause they don't really want you to succeed
They're happy with the way you have a need for them
I think you should push them all away
Even if you stay and succeed
You will know that it's nonsense
And it doesn't wash off for a very long time
So don't be the one that didn't have the nerve
To stand up for yourself because you had to serve
Someone with some pretty dumb ideas