Fall Out Boy songs

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  1. Beat It

    Beat It (1982)

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    "Beat It" is a song written and performed by American recording artist Michael Jackson and produced by Quincy Jones (with co-production by Jackson). It is the third single from the singer's sixth solo album, Thriller (1982). Eddie Van Halen played the song's distinctive overdriven guitar solo, but was prevented by his record label from appearing in the music video. He did appear on stage with Jackson in Dallas during the Jackson brothers "Victory Tour." Following the successful chart performances of the Thriller singles "The Girl Is Mine" and "Billie Jean", "Beat It" was released on February 3, 1983 as the album's third single. The song was promoted with a short film that featured Jackson bringing two gangs together through the power of music and dance. It is one of the artist's most recognizable signature songs, and a favorite of many Jackson fans worldwide.


  2. I Don't Care

    I Don't Care (2008)

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    "I Don't Care" is a song by American rock band Fall Out Boy and the lead single from their fifth studio album Folie à Deux in 2008. It was first available for listening on the band's website and mozes.com on September 3, 2008. The song was released to iTunes on September 8, 2008. It is its album's best known song, being certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), denoting shipments of one million units. In the United States, the song reached No. 21 the Billboard Hot 100, 19 places lower than the No. 2 lead single, "This Ain't a Scene, It's an Arms Race", of the band's previous 2007 album Infinity on High. It received radio play at Modern Rock and Pop stations, charting at No. 21 on Billboard's Hot Modern Rock Tracks and No. 22 on the defunct-Pop 100 chart.


  3. This Ain't a Scene, It's an Arms Race

    This Ain't a Scene, It's an Arms Race (2007)

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    "This Ain't a Scene, It's an Arms Race" is a song by American rock band Fall Out Boy and the lead single from their commercially successful fourth studio album Infinity on High (2007). The song was first played on September 30, 2006 at a Philadelphia radio station, 102.1, and leaked onto the internet soon after. It was officially debuted on November 21 at the American Music Awards and was shipped to radio stations that night (with an impact date of December 5 in the United States). The music was composed by vocalist and guitarist Patrick Stump and the lyrics were penned by bassist Pete Wentz, following the band's songwriting approach which first began with some songs on their 2003 effort Take This to Your Grave. Production was handled by Neal Avron, who also produced the band's previous From Under the Cork Tree album. Commenting on the band's decision to pick the track as the first single, Wentz said "There may be other songs on the record that would be bigger radio hits, but this one had the right message."


  4. America's Suitehearts

    America's Suitehearts (2008)

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    "America's Suitehearts" is a song by American rock band Fall Out Boy and the second single taken from their fourth studio album, Folie à Deux (2008). Initially released to iTunes in promotion before the album's release, "America's Suitehearts" was later serviced to Pop and Alternative radio in January 2009. A demo/snippet titled "America's Sweethearts" was included on the band's mixtape, Welcome to the New Administration, as part of their viral campaign in promotion of their record. The music video was unveiled at 3PM on January 1, 2009 on The N. Bassist/lyricist Pete Wentz commented that the song was about society's fixation with celebrities. The music was composed by vocalist/guitarist Patrick Stump.


  5. The Take over, The Breaks over

    The Take over, The Breaks over (2007)

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    ""The Take Over, the Breaks Over"" (rendered with quotation marks as part of its title on the album track listing) is a song by American rock band Fall Out Boy and the third single from their fourth studio album Infinity on High (2007). The music composition was inspired by vocalist and guitarist Patrick Stump's love of David Bowie, specifically the song "Rebel Rebel"; the lyrics were penned by bassist Pete Wentz. The song's title is a reference to Jay-Z's 2001 song "Takeover". The single found its greatest success in Australia, peaking at No. 17 on the singles chart there and finishing at No. 90 on the year-end chart.


  6. Thnks Fr Th Mmrs

    Thnks Fr Th Mmrs (2007)

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    "Thnks fr th Mmrs" (pronounced "thanks for the memories") is a song by American rock band Fall Out Boy, released March 27, 2007, as the second single from their fourth studio album, Infinity on High. With music composed by lead vocalist and guitarist Patrick Stump and the lyrics penned by bassist Pete Wentz, the song was one of the two tracks produced by Babyface for the album.


  7. Dance, Dance

    Dance, Dance (2005)

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    "Dance, Dance" is a song by American rock band Fall Out Boy and the second single from their third studio album, From Under the Cork Tree. Released in late 2005, in the United States it reached No. 9 on the Billboard Hot 100 in January 2006, becoming the band's second consecutive top 10 hit single. The track also reached No. 6 on the defunct-Pop 100. It was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) for the shipment of one million copies. Internationally, the single reached No. 8 on the UK Singles Chart, becoming their second top 10 hit in that region as well. "Dance, Dance" has won many awards, including Viewer's Choice at MTV Video Music Awards, and received various nominations.


  8. Sugar, We're Goin Down

    Sugar, We're Goin Down (2005)

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    "Sugar, We're Goin Down" is a song by American rock band Fall Out Boy, and the lead single from their third album, From Under the Cork Tree (2005). With the music composed by lead vocalist and guitarist Patrick Stump and all lyrics penned by bassist Pete Wentz, the single reached No. 8 on the US Billboard Hot 100, becoming Fall Out Boy's first top 10 hit and exploding the band into the mainstream, exposing them to a new mainstream audience. It spent five weeks in the top 10 and 20 weeks in the top 20, out of its 42 chart weeks before it was retired. Patrick Stump told Rolling Stone that he deliberately slurred the lyrics in the song's chorus to make it sound better, saying that he "was trying to do a straight punk song for fun" and adding, "I saw those lyrics and just kind of barked them out. But there was something about the rhythm of it, where I was like, 'Hmm, that actually might be too good for just a shitty punk song.'" During the writing of the song it went through thirty changes and then went back to the way it first started.


  9. A Little Less Sixteen Candles, a Little More "Touch Me"

    A Little Less Sixteen Candles, a Little More "Touch Me" (2005)

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    "A Little Less Sixteen Candles, a Little More "Touch Me"", is a song by American rock band Fall Out Boy and the third and last single taken from their second studio album, From Under the Cork Tree (2005). Released in 2006, though the song never reached the popularity that previous singles "Sugar, We're Goin Down" and "Dance, Dance" achieved, it received moderate playtime on both Pop and Rock stations and peaked at No. 65 on the US Billboard Hot 100. The video also reached No. 1 on TRL on both May 5 and May 8, 2006, being the third consecutive single from the album to reach the top position.


  10. Headfirst Slide Into Cooperstown On A Bad Bet

    Headfirst Slide Into Cooperstown On A Bad Bet (2008)

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    "Headfirst Slide into Cooperstown on a Bad Bet" is Fall Out Boy's first digital single (third single in the UK) from their fifth studio album Folie à Deux (2008). It was released as part of the build up to the new album on iTunes on October 7, 2008.


  11. Alpha Dog

    Alpha Dog (2009)

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    "Alpha Dog" is a song written and recorded by American rock band Fall Out Boy. It was released as the first single from their 2009 greatest hits album Believers Never Die - Greatest Hits. It first appeared as a demo on the Welcome to the New Administration mixtape as "ALPHAdog and OMEGAlomaniac". The song, re-recorded in full, was posted for streaming on the band's official website on October 12, 2009. The official release date of the single was 26 October 2009, while the Greatest Hits album the song resides upon was released worldwide November 16 and in the US November 17, 2009. The song is track 15 on Believers Never Die - Greatest Hits. It stands as the band's last single before their undefined hiatus (indefinite break).


  12. Alone Together

    Alone Together

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    "Alone Together" is a song by American rock band Fall Out Boy from their fifth studio album Save Rock and Roll (2013). It was released to American mainstream radio as the album's third overall single and second mainstream radio single on August 6, 2013. It debuted on the Billboard Pop Songs chart in mid-October and cracked the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 week ending December 14, 2013, after spending a few weeks on the Bubbling Under Hot 100. On April 10, 2014, "Alone Together" was certified Gold by the RIAA for 500,000 downloads.


  13. The Carpal Tunnel Of Love

    The Carpal Tunnel Of Love (2007)

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    "The Carpal Tunnel of Love" is a song by American rock band Fall Out Boy from their 2007 album Infinity on High.


  14. What A Catch, Donnie

    What A Catch, Donnie (2008)

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    "What a Catch, Donnie" is Fall Out Boy's second digital download single and third radio single from their fourth studio album Folie à Deux (2008). It was first released as part of the build up to the new album on iTunes on October 14, 2008 and charted on the US and Canadian singles charts. The track features numerous musicians performing cameo appearances in the song, singing lines from past Fall Out Boy songs. Bassist/lyricist Pete Wentz has said that he wrote the song to remind himself of vocalist/guitarist Patrick Stump. Musically it is one of the band's very few ballads. Fall Out Boy played the song live on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.


  15. Dead on Arrival

    Dead on Arrival (2003)

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    "Dead on Arrival" is a song by the American rock band Fall Out Boy and the first single from their 2003 debut full-length album Take This to Your Grave. It was released on blue 7" vinyl by Fueled by Ramen. The song was also included on a Kerrang! compilation CD. It is the band's first single.


  16. Grand Theft Autumn / Where is Your Boy

    Grand Theft Autumn / Where is Your Boy (2003)

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    "Grand Theft Autumn/Where Is Your Boy" is a song by American rock band Fall Out Boy and the second single taken from their 2003 album, Take This to Your Grave. The breakthrough mainstream success that Fall Out Boy received with the follow-up release of their 2005 album From Under the Cork Tree strengthened the song's popularity. It has also drawn in a large amount of digital downloads. In 2005, the single managed to reach No. 84 on the defunct US Billboard Pop 100 chart.


  17. I'm Like A Lawyer With The Way I'm Always Trying To Get You Off

    I'm Like A Lawyer With The Way I'm Always Trying To Get You Off

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    "I'm Like a Lawyer with the Way I'm Always Trying to Get You Off (Me & You)", or for short "I'm Like a Lawyer... (Me & You)" is a song by American rock band Fall Out Boy, and is the fourth and last single from their fourth studio album, Infinity on High (2007). With music composed by Fall Out Boy vocalist and guitarist Patrick Stump and lyrics penned by bassist Pete Wentz, the song was one of the two tracks produced by Babyface (who was referenced in the song), the other being single "Thnks fr th Mmrs".


  18. My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark

    My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark

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    "My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light Em Up)" is a song written and recorded by American rock band Fall Out Boy, released as the lead single for their fifth studio album, Save Rock and Roll. It serves as the band's first single following their three-year hiatus and regrouping in early 2013. The track and its music video were released on February 4, 2013 worldwide and February 5, 2013 in North America, to coincide with the official news of the band's reformation. The band felt that the song best represented their album at its core.


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