Avril Lavigne regularly seems to be aggressive, Eyeliner was colored with black liquid and Having the attitude of don’t-mess-with-me. Avril Lavigne has shaken the world of pop with a lot of successive albums of her 13-year journey in pop.
Avril Lavigne songs have reached every generation of this decade and fans watch the star from teenage punk into fashion mogul and music.
Check out, we have created the top 10 best Avril Lavigne songs according to the choice of AOL Radio listeners.
The list kicks off with the fourth single from Lavigne’s multi-platinum debut, ‘Let Go.’ The 2003 hit features scorned lyrics, which are paired with dark guitars that help showcase the singer’s rock edge.
Although it had big shoes to fill, the last release from the ever-so-successful album was distinguished by a 2004 Grammy nomination for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance.
‘Don’t Tell Me’
Despite its seemingly vulnerable intro, the debut single from the Canadian star’s sophomore album, ‘Under My Skin,’ is just as tough as any of her hits.
The song Empowered by giving proverbial hands for others who think Lavigne is simple and the messages delivered in classic Pop form.
Avril Lavigne ‘Don’t Tell Me’ also nominated for Best Pop Video at the 2004 MTV Music Awards.
‘When You’re Gone’
‘When You’re Gone’ by Lavigne’s heartstrings at the big ballad tugs and expressing the feeling of saying goodbye to the previous love through sentiment.
The song was written by the singer and her longtime collaborator Butch Walker and has an accompanying video that features three forlorn situations.
Jury selected the Lavigne as the favorite Canadian artist Award at the 2008 MuchMusic video award for ‘When You’re Gone’.
‘Nobody’s Home’ single by Lavigne co-write with guitarist Ben Moody and Evanescence were released in the album ‘Under My Skin’.
The rock ballad touched fans in 2004 with its simple lyrics, depicting a lost girl: “She wants to go home / But nobody’s home / That’s where she lies / Broken inside.”
It peaked at No. 13 on Billboard’s Mainstream Top 40 chart.
Avril Lavigne performed the single ‘Complicated’ in the mall in 2002. Videos of ‘Complicated’ spread like wildfire and have been trending over weeks.
‘Complicated’ got NO:1 position at radio for eleven weeks in a row, and was nominated for two Grammy Awards for Song of the Year and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance.
The song also reached No. 1 on Billboard’s Mainstream Top 40 and No. 2 on the Hot 100.
‘Keep Holding On’
Lavigne’s third album ‘The Best Damn Thing’ released ‘Keep Holding On’ single in 2007. This single was originally composed as the theme song for the movie ‘Eragon’ in 2006.
‘Keep Holding On’ composed by Lavigne’s and produced by the legendary Dr.Luke. this song created positive vibrations all over the world.
This single was nominated for the Best Original Song of 2007 Academy Awards, later the song won the best pop song of the year 2008 Socan Awards.
‘Sk8ter Boi’ of Lavigne published this second single in her debut album ‘Let Go’. in this single she created the old saying like ‘Don’t judge the book by its cover’ as lyrics and it’s been celebrated by the audience.
It also earned Lavigne a Juno Award, a Teen Choice Award, and a Socan award, as well as a nomination for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance at the 2003 Grammys.
‘My Happy Ending’
Breaking up is hard to do for Lavigne in her defining ‘Under My Skin’ track. The undeniably catchy song (who could forget that pre-chorus?) reached No.1 position in Billboard Hot 100 song.
landing placements in ‘CSI: Crime Scene Investigation,’ ‘Smallville,’ ‘Gilmore Girls’ and ‘Bring It On: All or Nothing.’
‘Girlfriend’ became Lavigne’s first No. 1 single on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, and with its unforgettable cheer-chant chorus, it’s no mystery why.
The lead single from ‘The Best Damn Thing’ is also popular at No.1 over 10 countries, and sold a load of copies worldwide.
It was remixed several times — most notably by Dr. Luke, featuring Lil Mama — and its official video boasts over 139 million views on YouTube.
‘I’m With You’
Avril Lavigne creates the expectation for ‘I’m With You’ because of the previous success of ‘Complication’ and ‘Sk8er Boi’.
Avril Lavigne got the first Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance and Best Pop Song of 2004 for this single.
It peaked at No. 1 on Billboard’s Mainstream Top 40 and is also No. 1 on our Top Avril Lavigne Songs list.
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