"100 Years (Of Tears On The Wind)" as written by and Christopher Goss....
I found my place in bed
Three feet beneath your head
I wanted to stay home
And I couldn't think of nothing new
I moved like syrup (slow)
I moved I didn't know
I'd took off from my faith
And I couldn't think of nothing new
Boo hoo Boo hoo Boo hoo
Waiting Waiting
I'd been called down
Waiting Waiting
Would I rebound
Waiting Waiting
I found my place in bed
Three feet beneath your head
I wanted to stay home
And I couldn't think of nothing new
Boo hoo Boo hoo Boo hoo


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"100 Years (Of Tears on the Wind)" as written by Christopher Goss

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    General CommentWow, such an incredibly beautiful song!

    But after much thinking, I figured that it really must be about going down on a woman.

    From the "waiting", the question if he would rebound, the "boo hoo", and the song title, I conclude that she didn't reciprocate. Or perhaps he didn't like it and she did, in which he's condemned to repeat for a 100 years (at least that's how it feels to him)...
    Def_Oson May 14, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI tend to agree with your assessment based on the lyrics. The song feels deeper than that though. Feels like the life of a man with a woman he is not happy to be with. Though, he remains with her...miserable. With that in mind, the lyrics and song title take on a different meaning to me.
    alboogaon April 18, 2011   Link
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    My InterpretationI couldn't think of nothing new....says it all. Not much caring for what I have going on...not having come up with anything new...I just roll on back to you.
    MichaelSmython November 16, 2013   Link

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