Where Would We Be Now

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"Where Would We Be Now"
Single by Good Charlotte
from the album Good Morning Revival
Released May 20, 2008 (2008-05-20)[1]
Recorded 2006
Genre Alternative rock, pop rock
Length 3:58 (Album version)
3:44 (Version 2.0 radio edit)
Label Epic, Daylight
Writer(s) Billy Martin, Joel Madden, Benji Madden
Producer(s) Don Gilmore
Good Charlotte singles chronology
"Misery"
(2007)
"Where Would We Be Now"
(2008)
"Like It's Her Birthday"
(2010)

"Where Would We Be Now" is the fifth single (third in North America) released from Good Charlotte's fourth album, Good Morning Revival. The song was written by Billy Martin, Joel Madden and Benji Madden and it is also sung by Benji. In an interview, Billy Martin said that the piano melody of the song was the first Good Charlotte song created with a piano.

The band posted the song on their MySpace page in late April 2008. When the song is played on their profile, it shows an album cover for the song, which made it seem more likely that it will be the next single. It was confirmed to be released on May 20, 2008 by FMQB.[2] No music video was made for the single.

"Where Would We Be Now 2.0"[edit]

In early May, Good Charlotte posted a blog entry on their website where people could download a new version of the song called, "Where Would We Be Now 2.0". In this version of the song the melody and background music is still the same as the original, but some lyrics have been changed.

The single has been listed as a re-release to radio stations.

Uses in other media[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Billboard - Good Charlotte, Boys Like Girls Team For Tour
  2. ^ FMQB Upcoming Single Releases

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