THANK YOU!!!! Paul has come to the rescue! I am going to paste his email so the rest of you can see what the problem was and how easy it was to fix!
"I'm wondering if your problem is as simple as you rendering out a 25
fps image sequence from C4D, but this is being interpreted as 30 fps
when imported into AE. That is the default behaviour in AE when
importing image sequences (unless you specifically change the Import
prefs), and I think it would account for your problem as the render
would be sped up and therefore out of sync with your original clip.
If this is the case, you would just need to select the 25 fps image
sequence in AE's project window, you'll see in the info at the top if
it's been interpreted as 30 fps, and if so use File > Interpret
Footage to set it to 25 fps.
and here is the text working great =)http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9IC6XkMGIrc
Thanks again Paul for the help and the amazing script!