Bye Bye Boyfriend

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"Bye Bye Boyfriend"
Single by Fefe Dobson
from the album Fefe Dobson
B-side "Stupid Little Love Song"
Released 2003 (2003)
Genre Alternative rock
Length 4:14
Label Island
Writer(s) Fefe Dobson, Jay Levine,
James Bryan McCollum
Producer(s) Jay Levine,
James Bryan McCollum
Fefe Dobson singles chronology
"Bye Bye Boyfriend"
(2003)
"Take Me Away"
(2003)
Music video
"Bye Bye Boyfriend" VEVO (FefeDobson Channel) on YouTube

"Bye Bye Boyfriend" is Fefe Dobson's debut single, and also appears on her self-titled debut album. The Canadian single version[1] has "Stupid Little Love Song" as the B-side. "Bye Bye Boyfriend" is itself included as the B-side of her CD single "Take Me Away".[2]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Bye Bye Boyfriend" (Fefe Dobson, Jay Levine, James Bryan McCollum) — 4:14
  2. "Stupid Little Love Song"

Charts[edit]

Chart (2004) Peak
position
Canada (Canadian Singles Chart)[3] 8

Music video[edit]

The music video shows Dobson performing on a stage with her band and getting revenge on her boyfriend.

Credits

Director: Vale George
Producer: Mark Hesselink

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Result
2003 CASBY Award for Favourite New Single[4] Nominated

References[edit]

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