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Now or Never is a song featured in Wake Up, the first episode of Season 1. It was sung by Sunset Curve at The Orpheum as a soundcheck before their gig.

Lyrics

[Verse 1: Alex, Luke]

1, 2, 3!
Take off, last stop
Countdown till we blast open the top
Face first, full charge
Electric hammer to the heart

[Pre-Chorus 1: All, Luke]
Clocks move forward
But we don't get older, no
Kept on climbing
Till our stars collided
And all the times we fell behind
Were just the keys to paradise

[Chorus: All, Luke]
Don't look down
Cause we're still rising up right now
And even if we hit the ground
We'll still fly
Keep dreaming like we'll live forever
But live it like it's now or never

[Verse 2: Luke]
Hear the noise, in my head
It's calling out like a voice I can't forget
One life, no regrets
Catch up, got no time to catch my breath

[Pre-Chorus 2: All, Luke]
Clocks move faster
Cause it's all we're after now, oh
Won't stop climbing
Cause this is our time, yeah
When all the days felt black and white
Those were the best shades of my life

[Chorus: All, Luke]
Don't look down
Cause we're still rising up right now
And even if we hit the ground
We'll still fly
Keep dreaming like we'll live forever
But live it like it's now or never

[Bridge: Alex, Reggie, Luke]
We ain't searching for tomorrow (Tomorrow)
'Cause we got all we need today (Today)
Living on a feeling that's been running through our veins
We're the revolution that's been singing in the rain

[Chorus: All, Luke]
Don't look down
'Cause we're still rising up right now
And even if we hit the ground
We'll still fly
Keep dreaming like we'll live forever
But live it like it's now or never

It's now or never (Now or never)

Trivia

  • This is the first song of the season/show.
  • This is the last song that Luke, Alex and Reggie sing while alive.
  • This song was performed on July 22nd 1995[1].
  • This song is used as the end credit song of the episode Unsaid Emily.
  • The songs' guitar instrumentals are played in the background of a scene in Stand Tall, when the four celebrate being officially booked for the Orpheum.


References

  1. The article Julie looks at on her phone is dated "July 29, 1995" and reads: last week the music industry lost an up and coming band that would have taken the world by storm and topped the charts.

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