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"Grand Theft Autumn/Where Is Your Boy" Single by Fall Out Boy from the album Take This to Your Grave Released August 4, 2003 Format 7" Recorded 2003 Genre Pop punk, pop rock Length 3:12 Label Fueled by Ramen Writer(s) Pete Wentz, Patrick Stump Producer Sean O'Keefe Fall Out Boy singles chronology "Dead on Arrival" (2003) "Grand Theft Autumn / Where Is Your Boy" (2003) "Saturday" (2003) "Grand Theft Autumn/Where Is Your Boy" is the second single released by the American rock band Fall Out Boy, taken from their 2003 album, Take This to Your Grave. The breakthrough mainstream success that Fall Out Boy received with the follow-up release of their 2005 album From Under the Cork Tree, also strengthened the song's popularity. It has also drawn in a large amount of digital downloads. In 2005, the single managed to reach #84 on the defunct US Billboard Pop 100 chart.[1] The song itself was released on 7" yellow vinyl, a split 7" with My Awesome Compilation. An acoustic version of the song was released on the 2004 EP My Heart Will Always Be the B-Side to My Tongue, and a new dance remix (Millennium version) of the song was included in the 2005 re-release of Take This to Your Grave (Director's Cut). The title of the song was taken from a Braid song, and subsequently, the name of the record label started by Braid members, Roy Ewing and Todd Bell. "Grand Theft Autumn" was referenced, among many other Fall Out Boy songs, on their 2008 album Folie à Deux track "What a Catch, Donnie", featuring Gabe Saporta of Cobra Starship singing the chorus of "Grand Theft Autumn". Music video The video begins with a close-up of Patrick Stump in his younger age, as he begins to sing a cappella, then cuts to show the rest of the band performing outdoors in the snow. Throughout the rest of the video, shots of the band are interlaced with the storyline of the video. The storyline shows a boy with a hand-held camera walking in the woods. He reaches a house and hangs around for a small period of time. A girl wakes up and notices him. She begins to get dressed. He then records her while she puts on her clothes. She looks out the window at the boy, causing him to get scared and run away. He reaches his van and opens the door, only to find the girl is inside, and they begin to make out. The last that you see of the girl is when she smiles at the boy. The video ends with a close-up of Patrick Stump. The video was shot in a cabin on the Muskegon River owned by Myron of the Dirty Americans. The stalker in the video is played by Jeremiah Pilbeam, also of the Dirty Americans. The girl is played by actress/dancer Leila Mahadin. The boy and the girl from the video also appear in the band's 2007 "This Ain't a Scene, It's an Arms Race" music video, at Pete Wentz's "funeral". External links Watch "Grand Theft Autumn / Where Is Your Boy" on YouTube Watch "Grand Theft Autumn / Where Is Your Boy" music video and live video on Fall Out Boy Fansite v · d · eFall Out Boy Patrick Stump · Pete Wentz · Joe Trohman · Andy Hurley T.J. "Raccine" Kunasch · Mike Pareskuwicz Studio albums Evening Out with Your Girlfriend · Take This to Your Grave · From Under the Cork Tree · Infinity on High · Folie à Deux EPs Project Rocket / Fall Out Boy split · My Heart Will Always Be the B-Side to My Tongue · Leaked in London · America's Suitehearts: Remixed, Retouched, Rehabbed and Retoxed Live albums Live in Phoenix Compilations Believers Never Die - Greatest Hits Labels Island Records · Fueled by Ramen · Decaydance Records · Uprising Records Related Discography · Arma Angelus · Racetraitor · The Damned Things · Black Cards · Fall Out Toy Works · Welcome to the New Administration · Ironiclast · Soul Punk · Truant Wave Category · Media v · d · eFall Out Boy singles Take This to Your Grave "Dead on Arrival" · "Grand Theft Autumn/Where Is Your Boy" · "Saturday" From Under the Cork Tree "Sugar, We're Goin Down" · "Dance, Dance" · "A Little Less Sixteen Candles, a Little More "Touch Me"" Infinity on High "This Ain't a Scene, It's an Arms Race" · "The Carpal Tunnel of Love" · "Thnks fr th Mmrs" · ""The Take Over, the Breaks Over"" · "I'm Like a Lawyer with the Way I'm Always Trying to Get You Off (Me & You)" Live in Phoenix "Beat It" Folie à Deux "I Don't Care" · "Headfirst Slide into Cooperstown on a Bad Bet" · "What a Catch, Donnie" · "America's Suitehearts" Believers Never Die – Greatest Hits "Alpha Dog" References ^ http://www.allmusic.com/artist/fall-out-boy-p533936/charts-awards/billboard-singles Allmusic Fall Out Boy Charts and Awards: Billboard Singles