"Picture Perfect" as written by and Vincent Hornsby John Conolly....
I think the last was the first time
I thought you'd never
Ask me about it at all
You never really thought
That I'd be blaming you
I wish you hadn't noticed
The scars that are left

I prayed forever
Hopelessly I never thought I'd see

A picture perfect point of view
There's nothing left to help me get
Through all the things I did to you

I think I finally had it coming
So symptomatic that you pushed me
Right down to the floor
I finally found a reason to be living
It's so sad that the cure
Took way too long

I prayed forever
Hopelessly I never though I'd see

A picture perfect point of view
There's nothing left to help me get
Through all the things I did to you
Forgive me for today
A picture perfect point of view
There's nothing left to help me get
Through all the things I did to you
Forgive me for today

There's always something in the way
I swear there's no more silver lining
Cause I'm all out, cause I'm all out
Of breath

A picture perfect point of view
There's nothing left to help me get
Through all the things I did to you
Forgive me for today

A picture perfect point of view
There's nothing left to help me get
Through all the things I did to you


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"Picture Perfect" as written by John Conolly Clint Lowery

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    My InterpretationI believe this song is about someone who gave a person a 'picture perfect point of view' and was blinded by this view they created of this person. That person from their view was perfect, a loving soul, but in reality the person is a very evil and manipulating and the singer is thankful that he realises what the person is really like and is going to move on.
    Zrt220on October 05, 2015   Link

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