The Click (song)

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For the hip hop group, see The Click. For the Xhosa wedding song, see The Click Song.
"The Click"
Single by Good Charlotte
from the album Good Charlotte
Released 2001
Format Music video
Recorded 1999 - 2000
Genre Pop punk
Length 3:33
Label Epic
Writer(s) Benji Madden
Joel Madden
Producer(s) Don Gilmore
Good Charlotte singles chronology
"The Motivation Proclamation"
(2001)
"The Click"
(2001)
"Festival Song"
(2001)

"The Click" is the third single released by Good Charlotte from the self-titled debut album, Good Charlotte. However, the single was not released as a CD single, as only a music video was made for the song. The first version of the album, Good Charlotte, did not include "The Click" in its track listing. In a later re-released version of the debut album, "The Click" was added onto the track listing. The song was originally recorded for the "Little Things" as a B-side.

Undergrads theme song[edit]

The song was chosen as the theme song for the MTV animated series, Undergrads. Good Charlotte make an appearance in the 12th episode, "Risk" playing "The Click". In the same episode, Nitz asks if the question: "Good Charlotte? What have they done that I know?" Shortly afterwards, The Duggler walks by carrying a stereo that plays "The Click."

There is also a Good Charlotte poster in Nitz and Cal's room which can be seen in several episodes.

External links[edit]

The pilot of 'Undergrads" was called "The Click". For the series it was changed to "Undergrads".