Dashboard Confessional - Carry This Picture Lyrics

Dashboard Confessional A Mark • A Mission • A Brand • A Scar cover art
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Carry this picture for luck. Kept in a locket,
Tucked in your collar, close to your chest.
Make it a secret, shown to the closest friends.

And meet me at quarter to seven,
The sun will still shine then, at this time of year.
We'll head to the inlet. And we'll share a bottle there.

And color the coast with your smile
It's the most genuine thing I've ever seen.
I was so lost, but now, I believe.

And follor me south of the big docks, where they tether the boats,
And the rich men revere as so important, they hire our fathers to steer.

And down to the edge of the water,
Where we'll spill our guts,
And we'll name our fears. I'll give you this picture.
Kepp it and don't be scared.

And color the coast with your smile.
It's the most genuine thing I've ever seen.
I was so lost, but now, I believe in the coast,
Your smile is the most genuine thing I've ever seen.
I was so lost, but now, I believe
Track Listing
CD 1
  • 1 Hands Down
  • 2 Rapid Hope Loss
  • 3 As Lovers Go
  • 4 Carry This Picture
  • 5 Bend and Not Break
  • 6 Ghost of a Good Thing
  • 7 Am I Missing
  • 8 Morning Calls
  • 9 Carve Your Heart Out Yourself
  • 10 So Beautiful
  • 11 Hey Girl
  • 12 If You Can't Leave It Be, Might as Well Make It Bleed
  • 13 Several Ways to Die Trying
  • 14 This Old Wound
  • 15 The End of an Anchor


  • Credits
    publisher: ©Universal Music Publishing Group
    writers: Christopher Andrew Carrabba
    album: Track 4 in album A Mark • A Mission • A Brand • A Scar
    release date: 2003-8-11
    popularity : 176 users have visited this page.
    length: 2:54
    producer: Gil Norton
    mixer: Gil Norton and Adrian Bushby
    engineer: Adrian Bushby
    additional engineer: Mike Fanuele
    composer: Chris Carrabba
    lyricist: Chris Carrabba
    Album Information
    label: Vagrant Records
    country(area): United Kingdom
    format: CD
    barcode: 602498105559
    script: Latin