"Now It's On" as written by and Jason Lytle....
Now that the "k" is in place
Where the "see" used to be
It seems that I'm ceasing to be
In a season of the old me

I wouldn't trade my place
I got no reason to be
Weathered and withering
Like in the season of the old me

Bust the lock off the front door
Once you're outside you won't want to hide anymore
Light the light on the front porch
Once it's on you're never want to turn it off anymore
And now it's on

Now it's on

Now that the lake's in place
Where the dead sea used to be
It seems that I'm ceasing to be
In the season of the old me
I wouldn't trade my place
I got no reason to be
Weathered and withering
Like in a season of the old me

Bust the lock off the front door
Once you're outside you won't want to hide anymore
Light the light on the front porch
Once it's on you're never want to turn it off anymore
And now it's on

And now it's on
And now it's on
And now it's on
Now it's on
Now it's on


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"Now It's On" as written by Jason Lytle

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    General CommentI thought the first like was:
    Now that the K's in place
    where the C used to be
    rubyluvsme2on January 06, 2005   Link
  • +1
    General Commentthese lyrics aren't correct....
    U2takemehigheron March 05, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI think that this song is about self-enlightenment. About feelings that have been repressed, and it's time to face them, and healing is good.

    If you can "bust the lock off the front door" you won't wanna hide from the bad feelings anymore. If you can accomplish this, then the lake (placidity) will replace the dead sea (repressed feelings), and you will be yourself again, like "in the season of the old me."
    mikewoo9on May 23, 2004   Link
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    General Commenti think mikewoo9 is right. also it could be about having the courage to live life and not worry. it is a reminder that sometimes you're the one who prevents you from doing whatever you need/want to do in life.
    findsomepeaceon August 04, 2005   Link
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    General Commentthis song rocks, incredibly optamistic, up-beat and happy.
    "I got no reason to be Weathered and withering Like in a season of the old me"
    i think that means its time to move on, or get over something thats been troubling him.
    "Light the light on the front porch"
    possibly means hes ready to accept some one else in his life after a breakup.
    makes me happy to hear this song.
    caramelprisoneron January 26, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI definitely agree with what everyone else says. It's about being optimistic and strong despite whatever may befall you in the path of life. It's about weathering the storm and understanding yourself and your feelings and not letting them weigh you down. Probably my favorite song by Granddaddy.
    suclid003on March 09, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentIt's about being happy when your cat dies.
    chaoticthroneon July 30, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis song to me is about release, but the temptation to go back, whether it be drug addiction, alcoholism, a love..you name it.
    I'm sure it's about giving up and being happy doing it, but at the same time having thoughts of the "good" times that you may have had but know that you cant again.
    Cocheseon September 04, 2006   Link
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    General Comment"Bust the lock off the front door
    Once you're outside you won't want to hide anymore
    Light the light on the front porch
    Once it's on you're never wanna turn it off anymore
    And now it's on"

    Take that step, beat it and now its on
    Cocheseon September 04, 2006   Link
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    General CommentOne of my favorite Grandaddy songs ever. Ubpeat, peppy, and yeah, inspiring. In a not-moronic way.

    Does anyone know what this lines mean:
    "Now that the K's in place
    Where the C used to be"?
    frijolito_tson April 27, 2007   Link

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