A Hundred Times as Good

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"A Hundred Times As Good"
A Hundred Times As Good cover
Album track by The Special Goodness
Album The Special Goodness (album)
Released November 21, 1998 (Japan only)
Recorded March-April 1996
Tom Ackerman's house
White Horse studios
Length 2:56
Label Rock Records
Writer(s) Patrick Wilson
Producer(s) Tony Lash
Status Officially released
The Special Goodness (album) track listing
"Conquistadors of Nothing"
"A Hundred Times As Good"
"Pardon Me"

"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 [citation needed]. The song evolves from another song titled "I'm With You Sister".




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

See also