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Real Gone (song)

"Real Gone"
Single by Sheryl Crow
from the album Cars
Released June, 2006
Format CD single, Digital download
Recorded 2006
Genre Rock
Length 3:22
Label Walt Disney
Writer(s) Sheryl Crow, John Shanks
Producer(s) Randy Newman
Sheryl Crow singles chronology
"Building Bridges"
"Real Gone"
"Not Fade Away"

"Real Gone" is a song written by Sheryl Crow and John Shanks for the 2006 Disney·Pixar film, Cars. Crow's version of the song is the lead single to the official soundtrack album to the film.[1]

The song charted to No. 76 on the Billboard Pop 100, as well as No. 1 on the Billboard Bubbling Under Hot 100 singles chart.


Chart (2006) Peak
US Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles (Billboard)[2] 1
US Pop 100 (Billboard)[3] 76

Cover versions

"Real Gone"
Single by Billy Ray Cyrus
from the album Disneymania 6
Released June 17, 2008 (iTunes)
Format Digital download
Recorded 2008
Genre Country, country rock
Length 3:40
Label Walt Disney, Lyric Street
Producer(s) Mark Bright
Billy Ray Cyrus singles chronology
"Ready, Set, Don't Go"
"Real Gone"
"Somebody Said a Prayer"

Country singer Billy Ray Cyrus covered the song for the Disneymania 6 album. It was made into a music video directed by Trey Fanjoy. It was released as a digital single only on June 18, 2008, after it was featured on the compilation, Country Sings Disney. The song is also available on his 2009 album Back to Tennessee.

Pop/rock group Honor Society covered the song for Disneymania 7. It was released as a digital single on March 9, 2010.


  1. ^ Jeckell, Barry (2006-04-25). "Paisley, Crow Rev Up 'Cars' Soundtrack".  
  2. ^ "Sheryl Crow Album & Song Chart History" Billboard Bubbling Under Hot 100 for Sheryl Crow. Retrieved May 17, 2014.
  3. ^ "Sheryl Crow – Awards".  

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