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100 days, 100 nights
To know a man's heart
100 days, 100 nights
To know a man's heart
And a little more
Before he knows his own

You know a man
Can
100 days, 100 nights
To know a man's heart
100 days, 100 nights
To know a man's heart
And a little more
Before he knows his own

You know a man
Can
score
When it all adds up
I need you more
One hundred and one
Lonely nights

You leave me here
Now honey, that ain't right
But, still I forgive
Don't sleep all week only when they fall down 

A hundred Rumble boys and Tumble girls 
Protected by steel in a private world 
Tomorrow's famous faces
One hundred days in desert sand
A drifter in no-man's land
Following someone else's caravan

I roam like a nomad since I left
Soaking in
They put away the DDT now
But gave metal to the sea
A hundred years can't wait
A hundred years can't wait another day

The only eagle, only tree
gotta give me everything, baby ain't no doubt
Give me 100, need you 100 percent

I wanna be the one you call, every day and night
Are you gonna be
gotta give me everything, baby ain't no doubt
Give me 100, need you 100 percent

I wanna be the one you call, every day and night
Are you gonna be
gotta give me everything, baby ain't no doubt
Give me 100, need you 100 percent

I wanna be the one you call, every day and night
Are you gonna be
give me everything, baby ain't no doubt
Give me 100, need you 100 percent

I wanna be the one you call, every day and night
Are you gonna be the one
gotta give me everything, baby ain't no doubt
Give me 100, need you 100 percent

I wanna be the one you call, every day and night
Are you gonna be
A Hundred Pounds Of Clay
Gene McDaniels
Highest chart position # 3 in 1961
Written by Bob Elgin, Luther Dixon, and Kay Roger


He took
don't care
Why you giving such an evil eye
Could it be you were ignored by every passerby

And it won't mean a thing in a hundred years
No, it won't
night
'Cause it's nine hundred miles where I'm goin'.
And I hate to hear that lonesome whistle blow
'Cause I'm nine hundred miles from my home.

Well
by somehow.
Cause I won't care, 
Lord a hundred years from now.


Chorus:

From the top of this old world.
To the bottom of the glass.
I've
to the man he put a bag in my hand
Said son don't you understand
This isn't the way out this is the way in
Your doubling your troubling

Three hundred
Victoria, Victoria I could love you for a hundred years
And still want more of ya!

It's been a long time now since high school days
But when I'm
Sometimes I wish I hadn't gotten that tattoo Sometimes I wish I'd married you 
One hundred fires 
One hundred days 
Sometimes I feel like
I got to have all your love, night and day.
Not just a little part, but all of your heart, sugar.

[Chorus:]
Ninety-nine and a half just won't
I got to have all your love, night and day.
Not just a little part, but all of your heart, sugar

[Chorus]
Ninety-nine and a half just won't do.
things that led you here
So you`re
Down town raking bins
Through carry outs and skins
To find the hundred things that led you here
Long night walking
I got to have all your love, night and day.
Not just a little part, but all of your heart, sugar.

[Chorus]
Ninety-nine and a half just won't do.
I got to have all your love
Night and day
Not just a little part
But all of your heart, sugar

Ninety-nine and a half just won't do
Oh, no, no,
a hundred black coffins for a hundred bad men
A hundred black graves so I can lay they ass in
I need a hundred black preachers, with a black sermon to tell
Wagon train, mile-long train
Four hundred mules, six hundred men
They didn't know the devil was in
This mile-long train, wagon train

A man in