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Hold On (Good Charlotte song)

"Hold On"
Single by Good Charlotte
from the album The Young and the Hopeless
Released December 6, 2003
Format CD single
Recorded 2001–2002
Genre Emo pop, pop-punk
Length 4:09
Label Epic
Writer(s) Benji Madden, Joel Madden
Producer(s) Eric Valentine
Good Charlotte singles chronology
"The Young & the Hopeless"
(2003)
"Hold On"
(2003)
"Predictable"
(2004)

"Hold On" is the fifth and last 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 when they were suicidal. The band was in hope of saving people's lives, repeating the lyrics, "hold on" numerous times to spread the message.

Contents

  • Track listing 1
  • Chart performance 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Track listing

  1. "Hold On"
  2. "Girls & Boys" (Abbey Road Session)
  3. "The Story of My Old Man" (Abbey Road Session)
  4. "Hold On" (Video)

Chart performance

Chart (2003) Peak
position
German Singles Chart[1] 67
UK Singles Chart 34
U.S. Billboard Hot 100[2] 63

References

  1. ^ "German Top 100 Chart". Retrieved January 6, 2008. 
  2. ^ "Billboard Hot 100 Chart". Retrieved January 6, 2008. 

External links

  • Official website
  • The official Good Charlotte MySpace
  • Hold On on Sony Musicbox
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