Without You (Hinder song)

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"Without You"
Single by Hinder
from the album Take It to the Limit
Released September 23, 2008
Format Digital download
Recorded 2008
Genre Post-grunge
Length 3:52
Label Universal Republic
Writer(s) Brian Howes, Austin Winkler, Cody Hanson
Producer(s) Hinder
Hinder singles chronology
"Use Me"
(2008)
"Without You"
(2008)
"Up All Night"
(2009)

"'Without You" is the second single from the American rock band Hinder's 2008 album, Take It to the Limit. It was released as a digital download on September 23, 2008. A video has been made for the song. The "Without You" music video, features Kellan Lutz of "Twilight" and Aimee Teegarden of "Friday Night Lights". "I play the bad boyfriend," Lutz told MTV. "Aimee is the sweet cheerleader girl ... who shouldn't be with me. I lead her life on the wrong track until she gets rid of me, and her life finally goes to where it should go. She graduates high school, while I am left in the dust."

Charts[edit]

Chart (2008-09) [1] Peak
Position
U.S. Billboard Hot 100 85
U.S. Billboard Pop Songs 22
U.S. Billboard Adult Pop Songs 24
U.S. Billboard Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks 32

Music Video[edit]

A teenage girl (Aimee Teegarden) sees her boyfriend flirting with another girl (The Vampire Diaries actress Kayla Ewell). The girl scowls and turns her head away. Later the girl starts fighting with her boyfriend. He puts his arms up and walks away. The girl's face is red with tears, they seemed to have broken up. The next scene shows the girl in a classroom as papers are being handed out, the girl gets a D on the paper. The next scene shows the boy as he runs into two jocks. The jocks push him and then he starts fighting with them. A teacher breaks the fight up and sends them to the principals office. The next scene is the girl is hanging out with two friends and laughing, the girl passes the office and sees her ex sitting in a chair, with the two jocks apparently not in the scene. She turns her head and walks on. In the ending scene the girl is graduating leaving the boy behind.

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