Our Time Now

Album: Every Second Counts (2006)
Charted: 90
  • This, together with the Every Second Counts track "You and Me," was featured in the Disney Channel original movie Johnny Kapahala: Back on Board.
  • The video was directed by Shane Drake (Fall Out Boy, Paramore). Drake won the 2006 MTV Video Music Award for Video of the Year for the Panic At The Disco song "I Write Sins Not Tragedies."
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Comments: 5

  • Amanda from Branson, MoThis song reminds me of Summer when everyone is running around crazy in love and just having fun with life
  • Riley from Peabody, Mathis song was on Icarly the nick t.v. show
  • Kennedy from Newport, WaI freakin love this song!! It's our time now!
  • Adam from Tallahassee, Flthis is theme song off you abc tv show Greek
  • Daniel from Jacksonville, Flthis is a sweet song, it makes me think of my ex girlfriend, b/c she would always tell me "it's our time now" but oh well, i left her...so yeh.

    plain white t's is a sweet band though!
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