"Texa$ With A Dollar Sign" as written by Daniel Lowder, Thomas J Minich, Jose Daniel Romero and Mark Daniel Rose....
Signing off this is wishful sinking,
Smiling soft, here's to secret thinking
Sleep right
Deep sleepers
Hold tight believers

This is almost sincere:
Lets hold our breath until we disappear
This is almost sincere:
Lets hold our breath until we disappear
Lets hold our breath until we disappear

My mind's a better author, than I could ever be
I am anyone , I am anywhere
I fit in perfectly
Its hard to fill your lungs
And its hurts to hold your tongue
When you're barely breathing
You're barely breathing

This is almost sincere:
Lets hold our breath until we disappear
This is almost sincere:
Lets hold our breath until we
We disappear
Lets hold our breath until we disappear

Lets hold our breath , lets hold on
Lets hold our breath, lets hold on

When you go
You know I'll run right after you
When you go
You know I'll run right after you
When you go
You know I'll run right after you
When you go
You know I'll run right after you

Lets hold our breath until we disappear
Lets hold our breath until we disappear






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"Texa$ With a Dollar Sign" as written by Jose Daniel Romero Daniel Lowder

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    General Commenttheir new album is a new sound compared to remember right now but its still good. i only dislike one song on the album but the song isnt that bad, but i really like this song though.
    sumimasen08on March 31, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI think Stop Doing Bad Things is a great album, it just needs some getting used to then you realise how amazing it it.
    I love the line "When you go (you know I'll run right after you)"
    wiseaimeeon May 16, 2005   Link
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    General Commentok well noone here obviosly knows what there taking about because the name from this song came from SNL celebrity jeopardy with Will Ferrell, and it is said when Jimmy Fallon is impersonating French Stewert.
    watchmerunfaston June 23, 2005   Link
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    General Commentthat is true, the thing about SNL. I have that on Will Ferrell's DVD.

    But either way, this song is too great. I listen to it constantly. I like the chorus the most. Spitalfield is great and Mark Rose is too cute.
    youcanbreathe_nowon September 11, 2005   Link
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    General Commenthaha i caught that on SNL also funny shit
    ilustrisimo08on December 27, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThis song makes me spooge myself. haha jk. But great song. this album is a big improvement from there last. Little Spitalfield are growing up, doing more drugs, and getting more depressed. got to love it!
    SophieEdon March 25, 2006   Link
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    General CommentHere are the correct lyrics:

    signing off
    this is wishful thinking
    smiling soft
    heres to secret thinking
    sleep right de-sleepers
    hold tight believers

    woah
    this is almost sincere
    lets hold our breath until we disappear
    woah
    this is almost sincere
    lets hold our breath until we disappear
    lets hold our breath until we disappear

    my minds a better author
    than i could ever be
    i am anyone
    i am anywhere
    i fit in perfectly
    its hard to fill your lungs
    and it hurts to hold your tongue
    when you're barely breathing
    you're barely breathing

    woah
    this is almost sincere
    lets hold our breath until we disappear
    woah
    this is almost sincere
    lets hold our breath until we disappear
    lets hold our breath until we disappear

    lets hold our breath lets hold our
    lets hold our breath lets hold our

    when you go (you know i'll run right after you)
    when you go (you know i'll run right after you)
    when you go (you know i'll run right after you)
    when you go (you know i'll run right after you)

    lets hold our breath until we disappear
    SophieEdon June 07, 2006   Link

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