"100 Ways" as written by Peter Distefano, Stephen Perkins and Perry Farrell....
You didn't have to give your necklace to me before I left
Now I lay awake and think how very smart you were
I thought about you every day
I hear the rain comin' in from miles away
The air is as clean as your skin next to my face
Thought about you every day
100 ways
I thought about you and me a hundred ways
100 ways
And now I lay awake and dream you're right above my face
Look into my eyes the way you doìdon't look away
Thought about you every day
Birds fall in love here right above my head
They make the same kind of sounds you do
When we're laying in my bed
100 ways
I thought about you and me a hundred ways
100 ways
And if I had my way when I woke up
in the morning I would read and write
before I ever drew the shades I would kiss you
before you opened up your eyes
Birds build their homes here right above my head
They make the same kind of sounds you do
When we're laying in my bed
100 ways
I thought about you and me a hundred ways
100 ways



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"100 Ways" as written by Peter Distefano Perry Farrell

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    General CommentThe lyric is "Birds build their homes here right above my head" not "Birds fall in love here right above my head" otherwise the song is excellent
    Dr_Octagonon July 20, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis song is fantastic.

    You can hear the emotion. I am not certain if I am a fan of their other songs, but I really like this one.
    kaleidoscopeeyes8on October 27, 2006   Link

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