"From Now On" as written by and Matthew Devine....
We collided head on
And they said that we would not live very long
(Would not live very long)

I knew you were my love
But they laughed
Cause we were just too young to know

But from now on
I'm waiting for you
From now on
I'm waiting for you

You -- you tore me apart
Broke all of my bones
And shot right through my heart
(Shot right through my heart)

I always used to pretend
That the hero really gets
The girl in the end

But from now on
I'm waiting for you
From now on
I'm waiting for you

From now...on
I'll wait here...for you

But tonight, I'm crazy like a teenage dream
Alive but buried now or so it seems
Surprise! ...don't cover your eyes

From now on...
From now on...

From now on...from now on...
From now on...from now on...
From now on...I'll wait here for you...


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"From Now On" as written by Matthew Devine

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    General CommentBEST BAND EVER!! ive loved them for years like most chicago-and have, check them out live theyre AMAZING!
    plastiksugeron May 25, 2002   Link
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    General Commentthis song to me is about being with someone and it never worked out. but he still had this burning passion for her and knew in the end that things would be alright.
    killmotelkillon September 26, 2004   Link
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    General Commentyoung love. you know, you marry early and people tell you its not gonna work out and you are sure it will. but surprise, it doesnt. and you get messed up.
    Sarahluvsu182on January 11, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis song is amazing.
    I can kind've relate.
    But wow.
    It's just amazing.
    The band is amazing.
    Zagoraon July 22, 2007   Link

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