Fly with Me

Album: Lines, Vines and Trying Times (2009)
Charted: 83

Songfacts®:

  • This song was originally composed for the movie Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian. It was used in the film's end credits. The brothers explained to the Australian radio program The Hot Hits: "After screening the movie and going through the initial process of matching our style to the visuals of the film, we wrote 'Fly With Me.' It's exciting to know that this song will be used in the film's end credits, as well as featured on our new album."

Comments: 4

  • Courtney from Eagan, MnKind of a cute song, but they have better ones
  • Teala from Boston, MaThis song was co-written by Greg Garbowsky, the bands Bassist
  • Mehuli from Pune, IndiaIt's really very kind of the person who did so much to advertise 'Fly With Me'.
  • Madi from Sydney, AustraliaI was never a real fan of the Jonas Brothers, but this is definitely a fav.
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