"One Hundred Things You Should Have Done In Bed" as written by and Lightbody/mcclelland/quinn....
I haven't left here yet, but I'm trying
I'm still tied to the bed
Can you come here?
When you come, would you please bring a knife
And cure me down
'Cause this is larger than life and I'm frightened
A hundred things you should have done in bed
But you never had the chance to try them
At least the dog has a smile on its face
I'm drained and I'm dry and I'm sore
It's not that bad if she could be here all the time
It would kill me
I think I've been broken in tow and I can't scream

Lyrics submitted by Psychedeliasmith, edited by BobTheRhino

"One Hundred Things You Should Have Done in Bed" as written by Mcclelland Lightbody

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    General Commentlol No one gonna try on this one? So funny.
    *(hesteron July 06, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI think this song explains itself to be honest... sex.
    SnowPatrolForeveron May 01, 2006   Link
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    General Commenthaha this song... but i think its about a guy who wanted to have more sex fun w/ his gf.. but they broke up.. so he "never had the chance to try them"
    PSTcranberryon December 27, 2006   Link
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    General Commenthahaha, I get the funniest mental image of Gary Lightbody when I hear this song
    NicholeDon January 02, 2007   Link
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    General Commentit sounds like his girlfriend is in2 really brutal sex and shes tied him to the bed, and hes scared stiff
    Indieluveron February 24, 2007   Link
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    General Commentafter watching the video for this song, i think it might be about getting raped.
    ah-nahon March 28, 2008   Link
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    Lyric Correction100 things you should have done in bed
    but you never got the chance to try.

    That's the correct lyric, as I hear it, anyway.
    jaredbreweron February 20, 2011   Link
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    General CommentI believe you're missing the lyric of the poem that's in the second part of the song, which is more quiet and acoustic. The lyric is the same and I think that it is something like:

    "I don't think I've seen anything that cool before"
    georgyton October 27, 2013   Link
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    General Commentsorry I meant the lyric of the song, not the poem lol
    georgyton October 27, 2013   Link

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