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"Move Along" is a song by the American rock band The All-American Rejects, released on February 27, 2006, as the second single from their second studio album Move Along.

"Move Along" was written by Nick Wheeler and Tyson Ritter. Wheeler explained that the song is "n anti-suicide message song about believing in oneself and persevering in the face of problems". According to Wheeler, they wrote the song at a time "hen we were at our wits' end wondering if we were ever going to get to make a second record. Our manager and our guy just kept saying, 'Keep writing, keep writing.' All we knew was, hey, man, we wrote 11 songs and that's all we had to our name when we made the first record."

Ritter went on to say, "Thankfully pushed us to our wits' end, because the last two songs we wrote for our second record were 'Move Along' and 'It Ends Tonight', which were both top ten hits. And it actually became pretty easy writing follow-up hits once the juices started flowing."

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