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  1. Avril Lavigne

    Avril Lavigne

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    Canadian singer

  2. Deryck Whibley

    Deryck Whibley

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    Canadian musician

  3. Complicated

    Complicated (2002)

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    "Complicated" is a song by Avril Lavigne and was her debut single, released in 2002 from her debut album, Let Go. It was written by Lavigne and The Matrix (Scott Spock, Lauren Christy, and Graham Edwards), and produced by The Matrix. The single reached number one in Australia (for six weeks), New Zealand and Mexico (for nine weeks), number two on the Billboard Hot 100 and number three in the United Kingdom. Based on its chart performance, the song is Lavigne's second most successful single (only behind her 2007 single "Girlfriend") and was one of the most successful releases of 2002. Lavigne tied a record set by Natalie Imbruglia's "Torn" when "Complicated" held the number one spot on the contemporary hit radio chart (which tracks air play on the radio) for eleven weeks in a row. "Complicated" was nominated for two Grammy Awards for Song of the Year and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance. "Weird Al" Yankovic's parody of the song called "Constipated" laments some mishaps resulting from everyday circumstances.


  4. Wish You Were Here

    Wish You Were Here (2011)

    2,174 views

    "Wish You Were Here" is a song by Franco-Canadian recording artist Avril Lavigne, taken as the third and final single from her fourth studio album, Goodbye Lullaby (2011). The song was written by Lavigne, Max Martin and Shellback, and produced by the latter two. According to Lavigne, the song shows her vulnerable side. Critical reception towards the song was positive, with critics praising it as a highlight on the album.


  5. Alice

    Alice (2010)

    1,735 views

    "Alice" is a song written and performed by Canadian singer-songwriter Avril Lavigne for Almost Alice, the soundtrack to the 2010 film Alice in Wonderland. An extended version was released as a hidden track on Lavigne's fourth studio album, Goodbye Lullaby.


  6. I'm With You

    I'm With You (2002)

    1,681 views

    "I'm with You" is a song by Canadian singer-songwriter Avril Lavigne for her debut album, Let Go. It was released on November 19, 2002 by Arista Records as the album's third single. The song was Lavigne's first ballad released as a single. It was the second Lavigne song to be nominated for a Grammy in the categories Song of the Year and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance at 2004 Grammy Awards.


  7. When You're Gone

    When You're Gone (2007)

    1,523 views

    "When You're Gone" is a song written by Canadian singer Avril Lavigne and Butch Walker. It was written for Lavigne's 2007 album The Best Damn Thing. It was co-written and produced by Butch Walker and released as the album's second single on June 19, 2007.


  8. Don't Tell Me

    Don't Tell Me (2004)

    1,470 views

    "Don't Tell Me" is a song by Canadian recording artist Avril Lavigne. It is the first single from her second studio album, Under My Skin. "Don't Tell Me" was written by Lavigne and Evan Taubenfeld. The track was produced by Butch Walker.


  9. Girlfriend

    Girlfriend (2007)

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    "Girlfriend" is a song by Canadian singer-songwriter Avril Lavigne. The song was written by Lavigne with her producer Dr. Luke for Lavigne's third studio album, The Best Damn Thing (2007). "Girlfriend" was released as the lead single from The Best Damn Thing on 27 February 2007. Lyrically, the song revolves around its protagonist having a crush on someone who is in a relationship, proclaiming she should be his girlfriend. The song has been noted to have similarities to Toni Basil's 1982 single "Mickey", and The Rubinoos' 1979 single "I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend". The songwriters of "I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend" sued Lavigne and Dr. Luke for copyright infringement; the suit was later settled.


  10. Keep Holding On

    Keep Holding On (2006)

    1,359 views

    "Keep Holding On" is a pop rock power ballad song recorded by Avril Lavigne and is the theme song for the film Eragon (2006). It also appears as the last track on Lavigne's third album, The Best Damn Thing which was released on April 17, 2007. Lavigne has described the rest of the album as being upbeat and heavy in comparison to "Keep Holding On". Originally, a different version was to be included, but the original version made it instead. The song received heavy airplay in Australia but it was not officially released there.


  11. My Happy Ending

    My Happy Ending (2004)

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    "My Happy Ending" is a song written and produced by Avril Lavigne and Butch Walker, and engineered by Russ T. Cobb for Lavigne's second album, Under My Skin (2004). It was released as the album's second internationally released single in 2004 and became Lavigne's fourth most successful single. It peaked higher than "Don't Tell Me", the album's first single. In the United Kingdom, it reached the top five; in the United States, it peaked at number nine (staying in #9 for 4 weeks), doing better in Mexico where it peaked at number 1. Structurally, the song is written in 4/4 style and has a repeated hook in both the chorus and in the intro and outro.


  12. The Best Damn Thing

    The Best Damn Thing (2007)

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    "The Best Damn Thing" is a song by Franco-Canadian singer-songwriter Avril Lavigne, taken from her third studio album of the same name (2007). The song was released as the fourth and final single from the album only in some European countries and in Brazil during June 2008. The song was written by Lavigne and Butch Walker, and was produced by Walker. The song is a pop punk track about female self-confidence, containing a spell out of her name, in the style of an American football cheer, with each letter spelling out a different way in which a girlfriend deserves to be treated.


  13. Breakaway

    Breakaway (2004)

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    "Breakaway" is a 2004 song co-written by Avril Lavigne, Bridget Benenate and Matthew Gerrard and produced by John Shanks. It was recorded by pop rock singer Kelly Clarkson for the soundtrack to the film The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement by Disney Records, where it quickly became a charting single and video from the soundtrack. Later, it was included on Clarkson's second album, Breakaway, being released again by RCA Records as the album's first single. It was the first single in North America, Latin America and Australia, and the fifth single in Europe from Clarkson's second album.


  14. What The Hell

    What The Hell (2011)

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    "What the Hell" is a song by Canadian recording artist Avril Lavigne, taken as the lead single from her fourth studio album Goodbye Lullaby. The song, written by Lavigne with its producers Max Martin and Shellback was released on 10 January 2011 as the lead single from Goodbye Lullaby. According to Lavigne, she wrote the song as her "personal message for freedom".


  15. Smile

    Smile (2011)

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    "Smile" is a song by Canadian recording artist Avril Lavigne, taken as the second single from her fourth studio album Goodbye Lullaby. Written by Lavigne with its producers Max Martin and Shellback, the song is a pop punk track. The lyrics find the singer expressing her gratitude for a special person in her life. "Smile" was released on 11 April 2011 to Australian radio stations and then on 17 May to U.S. radio as the second single. The song received favorable reviews from music critics, who described the track as a "sassy and catchy pop song". A music video directed by Shane Drake was filmed on 21 April 2011 and was released on 20 May. It has charted inside the top-forty on the Australian, Japanese and New Zealand charts.


  16. Losing Grip

    Losing Grip (2002)

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    "Losing Grip" is a song by Canadian singer-songwriter Avril Lavigne released as the fourth and last single from her multiplatinum debut album Let Go (except in Australia and New Zealand where "Mobile" was released). It was released in late spring of 2003 after the success of "I'm with You". The song was written and produced by Avril Lavigne and C. Magness. The song is much heavier with grunge oriented sounds, than most of the songs on Let Go that had a more poppy feel. She performed 'Losing Grip' at the Juno Awards of 2003. It is about Lavigne "losing grip" with her boyfriend as they are just not meant to be. The single was certified Gold by the RIAA on September 22, 2003


  17. Unwanted

    Unwanted (2002)

    901 views

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  18. Nobodys Home

    Nobodys Home (2004)

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    "Nobody's Home" is Avril Lavigne's third single from her second album Under My Skin. The track features Daniel Stern on guitar and was produced by Don Gilmore and written by Lavigne and Ben Moody, former Evanescence guitarist and Lavigne's then-current good friend. "Nobody's Home" is a "rock ballad" with post-grunge oriented sounds and is generally slower paced than her previous singles from Under My Skin. The song is featured on the Totally Hits 2005 CD. One of this song's B-sides, "I Always Get What I Want", was released as a single on iTunes on October 31, 2004.


  19. He Wasn't

    He Wasn't (2004)

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    "He Wasn't" is the fourth single from Avril Lavigne's second album Under My Skin. It was not released in the United States, instead "Fall to Pieces" was released but only as a radio single. The song was released in Germany, Australia and the United Kingdom. Beforehand, it was a released as a third single in Japan in June 2004. It was written and produced by Avril Lavigne and Chantal Kreviazuk.


  20. I Will Be

    I Will Be

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    "I Will Be" is a song co-written and originally performed by Franco-Canadian singer Avril Lavigne, which was included on the North American, Taiwanese, and Japanese limited editions of her third studio album The Best Damn Thing and as an iTunes Store pre-order bonus track in 2007; British singer-songwriter Leona Lewis covered the song for her debut studio album, Spirit, also released in 2007. Max Martin and Lukasz Gottwald also co-wrote the song, whilst production was helmed by Gottwald under his production name Dr. Luke. It was co-produced by Steven Wolf and Max Beckley and Smit. It is a piano and guitar led song, and draws influence from the musical genres of adult contemporary, pop rock and R&B. It garnered a mixed response from music critics, with some critics praising Lewis's vocal performance and delivery, whilst others described it as emotionless.


  21. Hot

    Hot (2007)

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    "Hot" is a song by the Canadian singer-songwriter Avril Lavigne produced by Lukasz "Dr. Luke" Gottwald, and is the third single from Lavigne's third album, The Best Damn Thing. During an interview at the 2007 MuchMusic Video Awards, Lavigne implied that she planned to shoot a video for the song, which premiered on Yahoo on October 5. She performed the song on the 2007 MTV Europe Music Awards and on the July 6 episode of The Friday Night Project. It was played on the fourth episode of season three of MTV's The Hills. A Japanese version of the song was released as a ringtone in Japan, with the Japanese lyrics replacing the chorus. In China, a Mandarin version of the song was released which replaced the chorus and the introduction with Mandarin lyrics. On YouTube, it has generated over 50 million views.


  22. Goodbye Lullaby

    Goodbye Lullaby (2011)

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    Goodbye Lullaby is the fourth studio album by Canadian singer-songwriter Avril Lavigne, released first on 2 March 2011, being her last release under RCA Records. The album was released four years after the release of her earlier album The Best Damn Thing (2007), being pushed back several times. Recording sessions began in November 2008, and took place over a period of almost two years, concluding in October 2010.


  23. Mobile

    Mobile (2002)

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    "Mobile" is a song by Canadian singer-songwriter Avril Lavigne, released as the fifth and final single from her multi-platinum debut album Let Go. It was a released as a radio-only single in Australia but was released as an airplay and physical single in New Zealand.


  24. Let Go

    Let Go (2002)

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    Let Go is the debut album by Canadian singer-songwriter Avril Lavigne, released on June 4, 2002. For a year after signing a record deal with Arista, Lavigne struggled due to conflicts in musical direction. Lavigne relocated to Los Angeles, California, and recorded there her earlier materials for the album, the kind of sound of which the label was not amenable. She was paired to the production team The Matrix, who understood her vision for the album.


  25. Under My Skin

    Under My Skin (2004)

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    Under My Skin is the second studio album by Franco-Canadian singer Avril Lavigne. It was released on 25 May 2004; It was her last album with Arista Records, and her first album with RCA Records. Under My Skin debuted at number-one on the Billboard 200 albums chart and according to Billboard magazine, was ranked number 149 on the list of top-selling album of the 2000s. It has sold more than 12 million copies worldwide, 3 million of which were sold in the United States, ranking the album No. 149 on the Billboard 200 Decade End Chart.


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