Avril Lavigne Songs Ranked

Avril Ramona Lavigne (born September 27, 1984) is a Canadian singer, songwriter, and actress. By the age of 15, she had appeared on stage with Shania Twain, and by 16, she had signed a two-album recording contract with Arista Records worth more than $2 million. Lavigne’s debut studio album, Let Go (2002) included singles “Complicated” and “Sk8er Boi”, which emphasized a skate punk persona and earned her the title “Pop Punk Queen” from music publications. In addition to music, Lavigne voiced Heather, a Virginia opossum, in the animated film Over the Hedge (2006), and made her screen acting debut in Fast Food Nation (2006). Here are all of Avril Lavigne’s albums ranked.

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20. Everybody Hurts (Goodbye Lullaby, 2011)

“I like this song very much and Avril’s voice I too cool. Hey Avril, I love you very much. Please come to Myanmar. Your fans will wait you including me. There are thousands of fans of your.”

19. Remember When (Goodbye Lullaby, 2011)

“The lyrics to this song are amazing! One of the best songs of Avril, it’s extremely emotional and the arrangement it’s beautiful. Especially since its from the Good Lullaby album.”

18. I Will Be (The Best Damn Thing, 2007)

“Like this song so much, not only the lyrics, but also the mood that Avril trying to share with the audience. I think this song really suit to be turned on when we’ve just broke with our girl/ boy friend.”

17. Losing Grip (Let Go, 2002)

“The most famous song I ever heard since I was a middle-aged I use to memorize it and then apply my own vocal impression as my inspirational first musical song. The melodies in this song are just magical.. and then the “crying out.. loud” part later, before it gets loud again, and rocks hard!

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16. Rock N Roll (Avril Lavigne, 2013)

“This song is EPIC it just totally rocks. I love the lyrics, it shows her rebellious nature. The type of song you want to sing at the Talent Show to put on a memorable show.”

15. Don’t Tell Me (Bravo: The Hits 2004, 2004)

“Great music creation… I’m sure this song heal many souls those girls who really fall in love and were tired because love is not perfect. For me, this is the best song because of the opening, and I like the scene in the video where she punches the mirror laughs out loud.”

14. Things I’ll Never Say (Let Go, 2002)

“It’s like a crush song to me , or when your in love with someone . This really does describe how most girls , even guys , feel when they have an interest in someone . They get so nervous , they never build of the confidence to really tell them that they like them . So , then they start to stress out about it , how to tell the person , but not to sound like a dummy when they do .

13. Here’s To Never Growing Up (Avril Lavigne, 2013)

“This is THE greatest song by her I love this song because she makes it so clear that she doesn’t give a damn about society and rules and that is actually really refreshing. What I love about this song is that there is no ‘deeper meaning’ or ‘dripping emotion’. It’s JUST a song about going crazy and having fun and I LOVE IT!”

12. Innocence (The Best Damn Thing, 2007)

“This is such a beautiful deep song filled with emotion. Love that it’s all about being grateful for what you have in life, and I think of being okay with the guy I’ll never get, but how that’s okay because this innocence is brilliant.”

11. Keep Holding On (Eragon, 2006)

“Keep Holding On continues to be my favorite Avril Lavigne song. I love a lot of her songs, but this one is too good not to love. It is sad to me that this is not as popular as it could have been, or can be. The power of the message behind it is incredible, the vocals, the instrumentals in the background are pitch perfect. This is one of those underdog songs that once you listen to, you’ll try everything to make it popular, as well as listen to it thousands of times. If you have not heard this powerful song, go listen to it now!”

10. Smile (Goodbye Lullaby, 2011)

“It’s so good to listen when I am depressed it makes me feel good, it gives me courage. I listen to it 50 times in 24 hours. it makes me smile. I love AVRIL and her songs especially smile. I encourage all fans to listen to this song its quiet fantastic…”

9. What the Hell (Goodbye Lullaby, 2011)

“This is easily one of my favorite songs by her. To be honest, I felt as though with every album her music got better. I definitely think her older music was a lot more mature, but I like her newer music better. “What the Hell” is probably my favorite song to dance to ever. I am just obsessed with it. Lavigne is able to demonstrate her true vocal ability (it’s very hard to sing the ‘I am thinking’ and ‘Whoa’ before ‘What the Hell’ in the chorus). I think that this song is just a really great song overall and should’ve been more successful. I love everything about this song and its feel-good sense it has to it.”

8. Nobody’s Home (Under My Skin, 2004)

“This song touches my heart and soul alike. Hardly anything makes me cry, but Nobody’s Home does it. The melody, the lyrics, her voice – it resonates with me deeply. And it does that although I never lived through anything described in this magical song.”

7. Wish You Were Here (Goodbye Lullaby, 2011)

“I feel like this song describes perfectly, how I, and many other girls across the globe feel about themselves and others. I know that I always put up this tough girl front, but there are certain people that I really enjoy being around, and I’m not afraid to be myself around them, and I don’t have to worry that they’ll judge me. That’s the same message I get from this song.”

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6. When You’re Gone (The Best Damn Thing, 2007)

“Like most other people here, I too can very well relate with this song so no wonder it’s my favourite. But the best part about the song is it’s music. It completely surrounds you and you feel lost when you listen to it. Oh and of course the music piece with which the song begins- simply too good!”

5. Sk8er Boi (Let Go, 2002)

“This song is by far Avril’s best because it’s different from anything else she’s ever done. She’s always had that punk edge, but this song brings it out more than ever. It also has a great storyline and the music video rocks! Not to mention Avril’s awesome vocal performance. Plus, you know that when a chic spells skate with an 8, she’s a total badass. This is the side of Avril we need to see more of, not the ‘princess’ side.”

4. Girlfriend (The Best Damn Thing, 2007)

“This song is just so cool. I can relate to this song, SO much. There’s this boy I’m crushing on, and he has a girlfriend. I’m one of his closer friends, and he’s told me he doesn’t really like her and that she’s using him. One of his other mates said he’s head over heels for me, and that he talks about me all the time.”

3. My Happy Ending (Under My Skin, 2004)

“I think this one and Nobody’s Home are the best ones by her. I personally like her older songs better. I like this song because it’s like she’s expressing her anger to a guy but not too raging. She made it perfectly. My favorite female singer”

2. I’m with You (Let Go, 2002)

“Avril Lavigne is an awesome singer and I find it amazing that she is so good with the lyrics… I’m with you is like one of her best songs with good lyrics and there’s nothing to say about the tune… It’s an amazing song and I like to cover it a lot… It’s easy and simple… I’ve been away listening to metal music more than any other and this song’s got me back to track… I mainly a huge fan of rock music and pop is like my childhood so they are my favorite. Genres of music… Avril Lavigne reminds me of my childhood…”

1. Complicated (Let Go, 2002)

“Best song from Avril ever! It’s a song that comes purely from the soul of Avril Lavigne and it has a killer catchy chorus. I remember about how cocky and ignorant I was when I was younger every time I hear this song! This not only one of her best songs, It is one of the best songs EVER!”