I took one hundred steps to your front door.
The rain poured down.
And I've got all the time you need, but you don't got a minute for me.
And I wrote one hundred songs about the same girl, about the same things.

Do you want me? Do you need me?
Do you want me? Do you need me?
Oh, are you better off alone?

I told myself one hundred times,
"It's the least of your worries and you'll be just fine".
But I've got a way to make things work
but you said, "Get a life" and you called me a jerk.
You wrote one hundred things after the phone stopped to ring.
Go ahead and say one hundred words.
Hell, you can shoot one bullet and kill two birds.
The word on the street is that I'm not enough.
I hope you heard. I hope you heard.

I don't want you. I don't need you.
I don't want you. I don't need you.
Oh, I'm so much better off alone.
(So how are the stars tonight in Hollywood?)
Oh, I'm so much better off alone.
('Cause I'm watching the planes back home.)
I'm better off alone.
Alone.


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100 (The Rain) song meanings
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    Lyric CorrectionI took one hundred steps to your front door.
    The rain poured down.
    And I've got all the time you need, but you don't got a minute for me.
    And I wrote one hundred songs about the same girl, about the same things.

    Do you want me? Do you need me?
    Do you want me? Do you need me?
    Oo-oh, are you better off alone? x4

    Are you better off alone?

    I told myself one hundred times,
    "It's the least of your worries and you'll be just fine".
    But I've got a way to make things work,
    but you said, "Get a life" and you called me a jerk.
    And you wrote one hundred things after the phone stopped to ring.
    But go ahead and say one hundred words.
    Hell, you can shoot one bullet and kill two birds.
    The word on the street is that I'm not in love.
    I hope you heard. I hope you heard.

    I don't want you. I don't need you.
    I don't want you. I don't need you.

    Oo-oh, I'm so much better off alone. x4

    (So how are the stars tonight in Hollywood?)
    Oo-oh, I'm so much better off alone.
    ('Cause I'm watching the planes back home.)
    I'm better off alone.

    (So how are the stars tonight in Hollywood?)
    I'm better off alone.
    ('Cause I'm watching the planes back home.)
    I'm so much better off alone.

    Alone.
    ILuvMatMustoon March 14, 2012   Link
  • 0
    Song Meaningi think he's talking about a girl who maybe cheated on him and he's asking her if she really wants him and does she really need him. But he figures out that he doesn't need her or want her.
    angelrox07on June 04, 2012   Link
  • -1
    General Commentwhy yes, Mat Musto, i do want and need you.
    :o) <3.
    RahRahRawrron July 23, 2009   Link
  • -1
    My OpinionI lalalalalalalalalalalalalalalalala-love Mat Musto (as you can tell by my user name) and his songs. Especially this song. :3 <3
    ILuvMatMustoon March 14, 2012   Link

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