Fly with Me (song)

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"Fly with Me"
European cover
Single by Jonas Brothers
from the album Lines, Vines and Trying Times
Released June 9, 2009 (2009-06-09)
Recorded 2009
Genre Pop rock, pop punk
Length 3:54 (Album Version)
3:49 (Music Video Version)
Label Hollywood
Writer(s) Jonas Brothers, Greg Garbowsky
Producer(s) John Fields
Jonas Brothers singles chronology
"Fly with Me"
"Keep It Real"
Music video
"Fly with Me" on YouTube

"Fly with Me" is the second single by American pop rock band Jonas Brothers from their fourth studio album Lines, Vines and Trying Times. It was released on June 9, 2009, through Hollywood Records. The song was featured in the film Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian, in which the Brothers provided voiceover work. It was written by the group and their bassist, Greg Garbowsky, about Kevin and Danielle's relationship before marriage, despite both of them being far apart from each other. A Cantonese version of the song is played in the Flights of Fantasy Parade, a parade at Hong Kong Disneyland in Hong Kong.

Background and composition[edit]

A 23 second sample of "Fly with Me" by Jonas Brothers, where a portion of the chorus is heard.

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Music video[edit]

The music video premiered on the Disney Channel on June 7, 2009 and was uploaded to Hollywood Records' YouTube account on the same night. It features footage of the group rehearsing the song with backstage "behind-the-scenes" video clips of their 2009 World Tour preparation and rehearsals.

Track list[edit]

Australian EP
  1. "Fly With Me" - 3:55
  2. "Tonight" - 3:27
  3. "When You Look Me In The Eyes" - 4:21
Australian Single
  1. "Fly With Me" - 3:55
  2. "Fly With Me" (Digital Dog Club Remix) - 6:20
Europe EP (some European countries)
  1. "Fly With Me" - 3:54
  2. "That's Just The Way We Roll" (live)- 4:08
  3. "S.O.S" (live) - 2:31
  4. "A Little Bit Longer" (live) - 5:47


The song debut on Billboard Hot 100 at #83 and fell off the chart the next week.[1]

Chart (2009) Peak
U.S. Billboard Hot 100[1] 83


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