Living In Your Letters

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Dashboard Confessional (often referred to as simply Dashboard) is an American rock band from Boca Raton, Florida, led by singer-songwriter Chris Carrabba. The name of the band is derived from the song "The Sharp Hint of New Tears" from the debut album The Swiss Army Romance. more »

Always assuming the worst 
But your going on nonetheless 
And there's nothing to cushion your heart 
Lead full

 Letters from further away
You're pulling me close to home
And there's something to cushion my callus size
And I know that you hope for
Long good good-byes
 Embracing for forevers 
And falling in your eyes (in your eyes..)

 Pouring over photographs 
I'm living in your letters  Breathe deeply from this envelope 
It smells like you
And I can't be
 Without that scent 
It's filling me with
All you meant to me
To me..

 Continually failing these trials
But you stand by me nonetheless 
And you won't let me sink
 Though I'm begging you

 Phone calls from further away
And messages on my machine 
But I don't ever tell you this distant seems terrible 

And there's no need to test my heart 
With useless space
 These rows go on forever 
There'll always be a place 
For you
In my heart 

So I'll hit the pavement 
Its gotta be better 
Than waiting 
And pushing you far away
'Cause I'm scared 
So I'll take my chances 
And head on my way
Up there 
'Cause turning to you
Is like falling in love when your 10

Written by: CHRISTOPHER ANDREW CARRABBA

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Living In Your Letters