She's a Genius

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"She's a Genius"
She's a GeniusJETCover.jpg
Single by Jet
from the album Shaka Rock
Released 22 June 2009
Format Digital download
Recorded 2008
Genre Hard rock
Length 2:58
Label Warner Music, Atlantic Records
Songwriter(s) Chris Cester
Jet singles chronology
"The Wild One"
(2008)
"She's a Genius"
(2009)
"Black Hearts (On Fire)"
(2009)

"The Wild One"
(2008)
"She's a Genius"
(2009)
"Black Hearts (On Fire)"
(2009)

"She's a Genius" is a song by Australian rock band Jet. It was released as the lead single from the band's third album Shaka Rock. The song was played at a secret show in Melbourne in November 2008 and was announced as the first single along with the album title and album artwork in April 2009.

It was also played live as part of their set at the Melbourne and Sydney Sound Relief concerts for the victims of the Black Saturday bushfires in March 2009.

Subsequently, it was made available as a free playable track in the iPhone OS game Tap Tap Revenge 2 and on 25 August, as a downloadable song for Rock Band.

The song made an appearance on the TV show NCIS in the episode Reunion. The song was also played on the Australian countdown TV show 20 to 1. The chorus was used in RTÉ's National Lottery advertisements.

The single has been certified Gold in Australia for more than 35,000 shipments.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Jet.

iTunes single
No.TitleLength
1."She's a Genius"2:58
Total length:2:58
iTunes EP
No.TitleLength
1."She's a Genius"2:58
2."One Hipster One Bullit"2:12
3."Everything Will Be Alright"2:54

All tracks written by Jet.

iTunes single
No.TitleLength
1."She's a Genius"2:58
Total length:2:58
DJ Promo Single
No.TitleLength
1."She's a Genius"2:58
2."She's a Genius (Laid Back Version)"2:58
3."She's a Genius (Acoustic Version)"2:54
4."She's a Genius (Instrumental Version)"2:58

Chart positions[edit]

Chart (2009) Peak
position
Australian ARIA Singles Chart 20
ARIA Digital Track Chart 13
ARIA Australian Artists Singles Chart 3
New Zealand Singles Chart [1] 18
U.S. Alternative Songs 18
U.S. Mainstream Rock Tracks 18
U.S. Rock Songs 21
UK Singles Chart 124

Year-end charts[edit]

End of year chart (2009) Position
Australian Singles Chart 85[2]

References[edit]