"Pictures To Prove It" as written by and Brockenborough/burton/gittleman/lenear/s....
Well you insisted the day you walked away
That we shared nothing, but I've got something
I'd still like to say
You're not here to listen, and we were never good at that

Let's set the record straight, we shared something great
Even though now nothing's where we're at
Pictures to prove it, I've got the proof
When you hit the bricks, I hit the roof

I hit the bottle, put the pictures on the bar
I'll always have these pictures, but I don't know where you are
And I've got pictures to prove it
If you saw them, I'm sure

You'd be forced to remember
What we don't have anymore
I've got a pile of pictures
I've got a whole stack of proof

I've got pictures to prove it, I've got, I've got
Pictures to prove it, smudged with fingerprints and tears
Cigarette ashes
And our first few happy years

They're old now, they're faded and the edges all are frayed
I'll always have these pictures
But I wish that you had stayed
I've got pictures to prove it

If you saw them, I'm sure
You'd be forced to remember
What we don't have anymore
I've got a pile of pictures

I've got a whole stack of proof
I've got pictures to prove it and all I ever do is
Stare at the pictures for hours on end
They tell the truth to me

While I'm sure you just pretend
And you deny we ever happened and swear it never was that way
Even you'll admit when I submit to you exhibit A right?
I've got pictures to prove it

I'm not just blowing smoke
If you don't believe me, believe them
No this ain't no joke
I've got a pile of pictures

I've got a whole stack of proof
Someone look at the pictures
I've got, I've got


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"Pictures to Prove It" as written by Dicky Barrett Dennis Brockenborough

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    General CommentMy favorite Bosstones track, reminds me of my ex!
    silent eulogyon November 18, 2004   Link
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    General Commentit looked like dicky got kinda teary eyed while singing this songwhen i saw them play at the hometown throwdown 07. at the kinda slow parts of the song he was holding his hand up to his face like he was holding a camera and clicking the button :) he also brought his 12 year old daughter on stage to say hi to everyone at the begining of the show. when i saw them back in like 01 dicky brought his mom onstage and everyone was yelling hi mrs barrett. i think its pretty cool that he shares the spotlight with his family like that.
    oHNoon June 15, 2008   Link

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