Fly Away from Here

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"Fly Away from Here"
Aerosmith Fly Away from Here.jpg
Single by Aerosmith
from the album Just Push Play
ReleasedJune 2, 2001
Recorded2001
Genre Hard rock
Length5:01
Label Columbia
Songwriter(s)
Producer(s)
Aerosmith singles chronology
"Jaded"
(2000)
"Fly Away from Here"
(2001)
"Sunshine"
(2001)

"Fly Away from Here" is a 2001 power ballad by Aerosmith. It was the second single on their album, Just Push Play . It was written by Aerosmith songwriters Marti Frederiksen and Todd Chapman. The song is a ballad about wanting to get away or escape with a loved one. It failed to make a significant impact on the charts, but did receive some airplay on adult contemporary varieties.

Contents

Music video

The video for the song, directed by Joseph Kahn, was very futuristic and high-tech. The video also stars the actress Jessica Biel, and Steven Tyler's youngest daughter Chelsea portraying Steven as a child in this video.

Track listing

  1. "Fly Away from Here (Radio Remix Edit)"
  2. "Fly Away from Here (Album Version)"
  3. "Fly Away from Here (Rock Remix Edit)"
  4. "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing (Armageddon Version)"

Personnel

Additional personnel

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