"Til I Hear It from You" as written by and Jesse M./wilson Valenzuela....
I didn't ask, they shouldn't have told me
At first I laughed but now
It's sinking in fast, whatever they sold me
But baby

I don't want to take advice from fools
I'll just figure everything is cool
Til I hear it from you

It gets hard, when memory's faded
And who gets what the say
It's likely they're, just jealous and jaded
Or maybe

I don't want to take advice from fools
I'll just figure everything is cool
Til I hear it from you

Til I hear it from you

I can't let it get me off
Break up my train of thought
As far as I know nothing's wrong
Until I hear it from you

Still thinking about not living without it
Outside looking in, till we're talking about
Not stepping around it
Maybe

I don't want to take advice from fools
I'll just figure everything is cool
Til I hear it from you

Til I hear it from you


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"Til I Hear It from You" as written by Marshall Howard Crenshaw Jesse M. Valenzuela

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    General CommentThis am i surprised! The song has no comments whatsoever, this is one of the best gin blossoms songs around!
    ZebraLoveron April 05, 2013   Link
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    My Interpretation"Till I Hear it from You" by Gin Blossoms

    This song captures the initial feelings of denial.

    How this song plays out visually for me in my head:

    Starts off with a bunch of guys hanging out in an apartment. They ask the main guy how things are with "Lisa" and he says they're doing alright... awkward pause as the other guys start to tell the main guy, "Jared" that they've heard some unsavory things about Lisa from mutual friends. They begin to go into detail about the rumored tryst with some random guy. Jared's friends keep telling him she's bad news, but he just cant take anymore gossip and gets up in a huff and storms out... begins to walk home to the apartment Lisa and him share.

    The entirety of the song is him essentially talking to himself as he walks home on a crowded city street... coaching himself from jumping off the ledge (believing the rumors he just heard; possibly starting a fight as soon as he gets home)...

    [the pace and rhythm of the song goes along with the speed and intensity he is walking.]

    He's trying really hard not to be angry, but at the same time he just cant shake what his friends told me. Partly because he's also had his reservations about her loyalty. If he didn't know believe what they said he really wouldn't even need to coach himself so much.

    the song end and he opens the door to his apartment and Lisa is on the couch watching tv with a box of pizza and some beers and says, "Hi babe, where you been?" he just plops down on the couch and Lisa rests her head on his shoulder.

    He'd rather stay in the relationship because theres good stuff here. That is to say until she breaks it off. He won't be the one to pull the trigger on their relationship.

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    I love this song and its the only song I know from Gin Blossoms. If you liked my little story (lol), follow me, yeah? okay, cool. Thanks!
    DearCharlieon May 06, 2017   Link

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