An object (as a knife for ex.) with a thin edge.
Paul Gabreil did the theme song, "Big Time"
Turns down the quiet bits
translated by bablefish.com Juan I send myself leaving to the north went in search of a worthy life crossing Mexico by valleys and by mounts full Juan of faith went. History is that Juan was going away to marry with pregnant Maria but the nontapeworm neither a cent nor a nail that to give him. But this Juan went very determined and at the border I arrive the edge yet. I connect myself with mere greater of coyotes and history him conto: Watch you who I want to cross myself or to San Diego or Chicago, digame you what I do that price him payment. Juan or never return, in the line I remain, poor man Juan or it migrates it I kill or the desert enterro, poor man Juan. Oh, oh, oh, oh Juan I embosom to coyote a photo to him of Maria with which casaria, him prometio that the regresaria to form everything a home. But coyoto to Juan I betray it leaving it to the forgetfulness, of three bullets were roared to Juan, poor man of Juan, nonreturn no, oh. Juan or never return, in the line I remain, poor man Juan or it migrates it I kill or the desert enterro, poor man Juan and Maria went to never look for it and she it encontro, desaparecio, oh...
It isn't by the Spin Doctors actually....you can find it, however, on the song by the original artist. Look for Del Amitri, Twisted, and it will be there. The song is called "Roll To Me," and it's by Del Amitri; the reason why no one knows the CD for the spin doctors is because it isn't a song by the spin doctors!