Carry On

Carry On

Carry On may refer to:


*"Carry On" (Chris Cornell album), a 2007 album
*"Carry On" (Crosby, Stills & Nash album), a 1998 compilation album
*"Carry On" (Kansas album), a 1992 compilation album
*"Carry On" (Bobby Caldwell album), a 1982 album by Bobby Caldwell
*"Carry On" (Pat Green album), a 2000 album by Pat Green


*"Carry On", by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young from the 1970 album "Déjà Vu"
*"Carry On", by Diana Ross from the 1999 album "Every Day Is a New Day"
*"Carry On", by Angra from the 1993 album "Angels Cry"
*"Carry On", by Manowar from the 1987 album "Fighting the World"
*"Carry On", by Soul Asylum from the 1986 album "While You Were Out"
*"Carry On Wayward Son", by Kansas from the 1976 album "Leftoverture"


*Carry On films, a series of British comedy films
*"Carry On", a book by Coningsby Dawson
*Luggage that is carried into the passenger compartment of various forms of transport

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