We're All In This Together

Album: High School Musical (2006)
Charted: 40 34


  • This song was used in the final scene of the Disney Channel movie High School Musical. The entire cast sings the song, which is about how they have come together as one and look forward to the future. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Donovan Berry - El Dorado, AR
  • This was written by Canadian producer and songwriter Matthew Gerrard and Robbie Nevil, who had an international hit with his own recording "C'est La Vie" in 1986. Gerrard explained to Songwriter Universe Magazine how the duo got involved: "Steve Vincent (Head Of Music at the Disney Channel) called me about this project. The concept was to create a very contemporary musical, which would feature modern pop music. Steve asked me to write the big opening and closing numbers. I then brought in Robbie Nevil to co-write these songs."
    Gerrard added: "Everything kind of clicked on this project. I had a feeling it was going to be special. 'Start Of Something New' was the opening song and the closer was 'We're All In This Together.' The third song that Robbie and I wrote was 'I Can't Take My Eyes Off Of You.'"

Comments: 3

  • Omotayo Oluwafemi from Total Garden Oyo State Nigeria.I really love this song alot the song was so interesting not only the song I also love the movie.
  • Mjn Seifer from Not Listed For Personal Reason, EnglandI've seen it. It's a brilliant film, could have been made anytime anwhere.
  • Mjn Seifer from Not Listed For Personal Reason, EnglandI love this song, I keep meaning to see the film...
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