Chorus

I'm guilty of keeping the pictures where you look so good.

And I keep looking at them like you can guess I would.

Verse

There's the one with your guest professor,

Where you're wearing that full sleeved black shirt.

Back then you and I had just started dating,

I'm guilty of smiling, and feeling a tug at my heart.

Chorus

I'm guilty of keeping these pictures where you look so good.

And I can't bring myself to get rid of them like I should.

Verse

There's the one that perfectly captured your grin,

You're wiping cake off your face, surprise birthday party.

This is the first profile picture of you that I ever saw,

And your eyes are shining in a way that only I can ever see.

Chorus

I'm guilty of keeping these pictures where you look so good.

And I can't help how your sly grin brightens my mood.

Verse

There's the one where you're posing at the board,

In that shirt of ridiculous color that you called purplish brown.

I remember your friend and I cracked jokes about it.

And suddenly I miss those days, my smile turns to a frown.

Chorus

I'm guilty of keeping these pictures where you look so good.

And I lose myself again in your calm and cool attitude.

Bridge

And then there are the ones with you and me,

But that's a whole other story,

Carefully tucked away for another poetry.

Right now, I'm guilty

Of looking at your picture,

And regretting how

These days you're so far.

Chorus

I'm guilty of keeping these pictures where you look so good.

We're over, but baby, I'm still at the interlude.