"Go Away" (Korean: 고어웨이) is a Korean song by South Korean girl group 2NE1's album To Anyone. The song was produced and written by YG Entertainment producer Teddy. The song was released as the fifth single from the album. The music video was released on September 10, 2010. It was first performed on The Music Trend. The song hit number one in South Korea on the weekly charts and the monthly chart for September 2010.
The song was re-released in Japanese version in November 16, 2011 as the group's debut single from first studio album Collection, following their EP Nolza.
The song was produced by YG Entertainment, the lead producer for 2NE1's previous extended play 2NE1 1st Mini Album. The song was part of the triple "title tracks," or lead promotional singles, for To Anyone alongside "Clap Your Hands" and "Can't Nobody". Before the release of the album, teasers were released for the song. On September 9, 2010, the album released which signaled the start of the new promotions. The music video was released one day later, after the video for "Clap Your Hands" but before "Can't Nobody". The song was promoted until ceasing for the next promotional single, "It Hurts".
The song was the second 2NE1 song to be released in Japan as a ringtone, after "Can't Nobody (English Version)," in March 2011. A Japanese version of the song was first announced in late March, after it was announced as the theme song for the Fuji TV early morning news program Mezanyū. It was used as the theme song between April 1, 2011 and October 1, 2011. The Japanese version of "Go Away" was announced in September 2011 as the group's debut physical single in Japan, after the group's three digital singles and extended play 2NE1 2nd Mini AlbumNolza released earlier in the year. It is to be released on November 16, 2011, with a Japanese-language version of the group's song "It Hurts" as the single's B-side.