Who Sang How to Be Dead? Snow Patrol

Snow Patrol Final Straw cover art
publisher: ©Peermusic Publishing, Universal Music Publishing Group
writers: Nathan Connolly, Gary Lightbody, Mark Mccelland, Jonathan Quinn
release date: 2003-8-4
genres: Rock Pop
styles: Soft Rock/Pop Rock/Indie Rock
length: 3:23
producer: Garret Lee
mixer: Garret Lee
engineer: Dan Swift
assistant engineer: Jeff McLaughlin
composer: Jonny Quinn, Gary Lightbody, Mark McClelland, Nathan Connolly
lyricist: Gary Lightbody
Please don't go crazy, if I tell you the truth,
No you don't know what happened, and you never, will,
If you don't listen to me while I talk to the wall,
This blanket is freezing, its been out in the hall,
Where you fight me for hours, 'til I'm sure what I want
But darling I want the same thing, that I wanted before,
So sweetheart tell me what's up, I won't stop, no way.

Please keep your hands down, and stop raising your voice,
Its hardly what I'd be doing, if you gave me a choice,
Its a simple suggestion, can you give me some time,
So just say yes or no, why can't you shoulder the blame?
'cause both my shoulders are heavy, from the weight of us both,
You're a big boy now, so lets not talk about growth,
You've not heard a single word I have said, Oh My God,

Please take it easy, It can't all be my fault,
I haven't made half the mistakes, that you've listed so far,
Baby let me explain something, its all down to drugs,
At least I remember taking them, and not a lot else,
It seems I've stepped over lines, you've drawn again and again,
but if the ecstasy's in, the wit is definitely out,
Dr Jekyll is wrestling Hyde, for my pride.

CD 1
  • 1 How to Be Dead
  • 2 Wow
  • 3 Gleaming Auction
  • 4 Whatever's Left
  • 5 Spitting Games
  • 6 Chocolate
  • 7 Run
  • 8 Grazed Knees
  • 9 Ways & Means
  • 10 Tiny Little Fractures
  • 11 Somewhere a Clock Is Ticking
  • 12 Same