"Walk Away" is a song by Scottish alternative rock band Franz Ferdinand and is featured on their second album, You Could Have It So Much Better. It was released 5 December 2005 as the second single from that album in the UK, entering the UK Singles Chart at #13 a week later (see 2005 in British music).
"Walk Away" is the fifth and last official single release from American singer Kelly Clarkson's second album Breakaway.
Walk Away was the last hit radio single for the band Cool For August and was also released as a CD single in Australia. Released in 1998 at the height of the song's popularity, this proved to be the last official release for the band. This CD is the only release that contains the acoustic version of "Don't Wanna Be Here".
"Walk Away" is a pop-dance song co-written by Alanis Morissette, Leslie Howe, Louise Reny and Frank Levin, and produced by Howe for Morissette's debut album Alanis (1991). Its protagonist sends a warning to her boyfriend who "never think[s] twice before [he] break all the rules", telling him "I'll walk away and say good bye if you don't want me anymore ... if I don't get the love we had before". It was released to radio and television as the album's second single in 1991 (see 1991 in music), but it was not given a commercial release.
"Walk Away" is a song by Donna Summer from her highly successful Bad Girls album. The album had been released on Casablanca Records, who had given Summer some of her biggest hits during the disco era. However after a dispute Summer left the label and filed a lawsuit against them in 1980 which was later settled.
"Walk Away (Remember Me)" is the second single from Paula De Anda was released in the USA in 2006, and features The Dey. The song was written by Ne-Yo and Christina Milian together with producers Stargate. So far the song has reached #18 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #10 on Pop 100 charts, becoming DeAnda's first Top 20 single on the Hot 100 and so far her biggest hit to date.