Look What You've Done

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"Look What You've Done"
Jet - Look What You've Done CD cover.jpg
Single by Jet
from the album Get Born
Released September 2003
Format CD
Recorded 2003
Genre Alternative rock
Length 3:50
Label Capitol, Elektra
Writer(s) Nic Cester
Producer(s) Dave Sardy
Jet singles chronology
"Rollover DJ"
"Look What You've Done"
"Cold Hard Bitch"

"Are You Gonna Be My Girl" (UK re-release)

"Look What You've Done" is the third single (fourth in the US) by the Australian rock band Jet, from their 2003 album Get Born.


The single was released in 2004 worldwide, and in 2005 in the US (#37).

The single is their highest charting single in Australia peaking at 14 on the ARIA Singles Chart. It was also a hit in Latin America, where it was played several times in radio and television, making it the biggest Jet hit there. The song was ranked #24 on Triple J's Hottest 100 of 2004.

It was included in the soundtrack of the 2005 romantic drama A Lot Like Love, starring Ashton Kutcher and Amanda Peet.

Music videos[edit]

Two music videos were made for the song: One was of the band playing in a land with animated creatures; the other video had band members playing in a white room, surrounded by photos of themselves.

Track listing[edit]

CD E7527CD

  1. Look What You've Done
  2. Bruises


  1. Look What You've Done (audio)
  2. Back Door Santa (audio)
  3. Look What You've Done (music video)
  4. Get What You Need (live in The Astoria Theatre, London) (video)

12" E7257T

  • A-Side
  1. Look What You've Done
  • B-Side
  1. Bruises
  2. Are You Gonna Be My Girl (acoustic)

Awards and nominations[edit]

APRA Awards[edit]

The APRA Awards are presented annually from 1982 by the Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA).[1]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2007 "Look What You've Done" – Nicholas Cester Most Performed Australian Work Overseas[2] Nominated


  1. ^ "APRA History". Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA). Retrieved 2 May 2010. 
  2. ^ "2007 Winners – APRA Music Awards". Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA). Retrieved 2 May 2010.