Songs written by Benji Madden

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  1. Beat of My Heart

    Beat of My Heart (2005)

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    "Beat of My Heart" is a song recorded by American pop singer Hilary Duff. It was written by Duff, along with Dead Executives, who also produced it for Duff's first compilation album Most Wanted (2005). It was released as the album's second single in late 2005 (see 2005 in music).


  2. Misery

    Misery (2007)

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    Misery is the fourth single by Good Charlotte from the band's fourth album, Good Morning Revival. The song has been officially released worldwide except for North America where "Where Would We Be Now" will be released as the single instead. The song "Misery" also has no music video.


  3. Wake Up

    Wake Up (2005)

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    "Wake Up" is a song recorded by American singer Hilary Duff for her first compilation album, Most Wanted (2005). It was co-written by Duff and the Dead Executives, who also produced the song. Along with the three other new recordings on Most Wanted, "Beat of My Heart" was crafted with the intention of having a "totally different sound" from Duff's previous material. Although she thought of the work to be a new milestone in her career, she was at the same time nervous about her fans would react to the material. "Wake Up" was released as the lead single from Most Wanted on July 12, 2005.


  4. Keep Your Hands off My Girl

    Keep Your Hands off My Girl (2007)

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    "Keep Your Hands off My Girl" is a song by American rock band Good Charlotte. It was released in late 2006 on their official website and MySpace page and is the fifth track on their fourth full-length studio album, Good Morning Revival. The song is the first and debut single off the album Good Morning Revival in the United Kingdom, Australia and Latin America. However, it was not released in North America as a single and is certified Gold in Australia.


  5. Dance Floor Anthem

    Dance Floor Anthem (2007)

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    "Dance Floor Anthem (I Don't Wanna Be in Love)", known as "Dance Floor Anthem" on the album, is a song by American rock band Good Charlotte on their fourth full-length studio album, Good Morning Revival (2007). It is the second single from Good Morning Revival in North America and Australia. On the band's episodes of GCTV, in which the band uploads to their website a video containing behind the scenes footage from in the recording studio, photo shoots etc., different songs from Good Morning Revival are featured playing in the background. On March 15, 2007, the fourth episode was released on Good Charlotte's website. "Dance Floor Anthem" was featured in the video.


  6. I Just Wanna Live

    I Just Wanna Live (2004)

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    "I Just Wanna Live" is the second single from Good Charlotte's third studio album, The Chronicles of Life and Death. It was one of the songs that Sony paid radio stations to play in the 2005 payola scandal.


  7. The Anthem

    The Anthem (2002)

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    "The Anthem" is the second single taken from Good Charlotte's second studio album The Young and the Hopeless.


  8. The Motivation Proclamation

    The Motivation Proclamation (2000)

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    "The Motivation Proclamation" is the second single taken from Good Charlotte's self-titled debut album Good Charlotte.


  9. Like It's Her Birthday

    Like It's Her Birthday (2010)

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    "Like It's Her Birthday" is a song by the American band Good Charlotte, taken from their fifth studio album, Cardiology. It was released as the album's first single on August 24, 2010. Written by the band brothers Benji & Joel Madden, with additional writing and full production of Don Gilmore, the song is a pop punk song that talks about having fun with a girlfriend who likes to celebrate everyday like it was her birthday. The song received positive reviews from music critics, who praised it for its catchiness, funny lyrics and danceable content. The song was a big success on the ARIA Charts, reaching the top-ten. The band premiered the song live for the first time on May 22, 2010, at the 2010 Bamboozle Road Show in Charlotte, North Carolina. A version featuring Tonight Alive was also released, though they do not appear in the video version. The music video was released on September 21, 2010 on YouTube featuring shots of the band performing in a dark room switching between scenes in a club.


  10. Last Night

    Last Night (2010)

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    "Last Night" is a song performed by the American pop punk band Good Charlotte, taken from fifth third studio album Cardiology. It was released as the third single under Capitol Records on March 7, 2011. The song is a pop rock track and was written by the band and talks about having a not-so-memorable evening but enjoying it. It received mixed reviews from music critics, some thought it was a "weak and forced song", others felt it was a "party anthem". The video is a reconstructed version of the early 1990s Nickelodeon game show Family Double Dare featuring its former host Marc Summers.


  11. The River

    The River (2006)

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    "The River" is a song by Good Charlotte featuring M. Shadows and Synyster Gates of the band Avenged Sevenfold. The song was the first single from the Good Morning Revival album in North America and the second single throughout the rest of the world except for Australia. On December 8, 2006, the second GCTV episode was released on Good Charlotte's website. "The River" was featured in the video and can be heard playing in the background. The song was premiered January 4, 2007, on their official website, and via the band's MySpace. There are several references to the Bible throughout the song and the overall time of the song is three minutes and sixteen seconds, intentionally to reference John 3:16.


  12. Sex On The Radio

    Sex On The Radio (2010)

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    "Sex on the Radio" is a song performed by the American band Good Charlotte, taken from their fifth studio album Cardiology. It was released as the second single on December 2010, only in Australia and New Zealand. It was written by the band brothers Benji & Joel Madden, with additional writing from Sam Hollander and Dave Katz, with production by the two latter. The song is a pop punk track and talks about all the girls out there who make boys want to start bands and go on tour. It charted inside the top-thirty on the ARIA Singles Chart. The song received mixed reviews from music critics, some thought it was a lively and funny track, others thought it "cheesy" and that it shouldn't be on the album. A music video was made for the track, in which the band walks the street and ask people what they think of the song.


  13. Where Would We Be Now

    Where Would We Be Now (2007)

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    "Where Would We Be Now" is the fifth single (third in North America) released from Good Charlotte's fourth album, Good Morning Revival. The song was written by Billy Martin, Joel Madden and Benji Madden and it is also sung by Benji. In an interview, Billy Martin said that the piano melody of the song was the first Good Charlotte song created with a piano.


  14. Hold On

    Hold On (2002)

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    "Hold On" is the fifth and final single taken from Good Charlotte's second studio album The Young and the Hopeless. It was written in response to the people who had written to the band saying they were considering suicide. The music video features suicide survivors talking about their experiences, either through losing a loved one or remembering a time they were suicidal.


  15. We Believe

    We Believe (2004)

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    "We Believe" is a song by American rock band Good Charlotte, released in 2005 through Daylight Records as the fourth and final single from their third full-length studio album The Chronicles of Life and Death.


  16. The Chronicles Of Life And Death

    The Chronicles Of Life And Death (2004)

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    The Chronicles of Life and Death” is the third single from Good Charlotte’s third album, The Chronicles of Life and Death. This was the band’s first single after Chris Wilson left the band — this is noticeable when the band are seen playing in the video because there is no drummer present.


  17. The Click

    The Click (2000)

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    "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.


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