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avril lavigne hot live wallpaper. Lavigne’s music career catapulted with her debut album ‘Let Go’ and she successfully established herself in the world of music with her sparkling performance. She earned great popularity and was consequently signed by Arista Records. This proved to be a huge boost to her music career, and soon mass appreciation followed and her dream of becoming a music sensation was within eyeshot. She enchanted the music loving audience with her second album ‘Under My Skin’, which went on to top the US Billboard. With her third album ‘The Best Damn Thing’ she proved she was here to stay and established her name with chart bursting scores. we also have other avril lavigne smile ready as lwp for you.
avril lavigne hot portrait live wallpapers. Born in Belleville, Ontario Avril Ramona Lavigne grew up in the small town of Nappanee, Ontario, Canada. Her French-Canadian parents John and Judy were devout Baptists. She was exposed to music by the age of two through her mother’s church songs. Until the age of 12, she was just a singer but soon started teaching herself guitar and also wrote lines which eventually grew into songs. In 1998, Lavigne tasted success for the very first time and won a singing contest and appeared on stage, as part of her prize, alongside Shania Twain in Canada’s capital, Ottawa. In 1999, she was spotted by Cliff Fabri, who eventually became her first professional manager, while she was performing at a bookstore in Kingston, Ontario.
Since her debut at age 17 (nine years ago), Canadian singer Avril Lavigne has branded herself as a gritty pop-punk anti-princess. Sass, spunk and attitude permeated her biggest girl-power hits (“Complicated,” “Sk8er Boi,” “I’m With You,” “Girlfriend”), driving sales of her albums past the 30 million mark. As she got older, her material got crazier—until rebellious rock ‘n’ roll clichés all but owned her. And the recent release of “What the H,” this disc’s devil-may-care lead single, seemed to cement her trajectory. But Avril’s been through a lot since 2007’s The Best D‑‑n Thing, including the end of her three-year marriage to Sum 41 frontman Deryck Whibley. And it turns out that the breezy recklessness of “What the H‑‑‑” doesn’t have much to do with the rest of her somber, deeply personal musings about divorce found elsewhere on Goodbye Lullabye.
On “I Love You,” Avril tells her ex, “The reason I love you is you.” She promises, “Even though we didn’t make it through/I am always here for you.” “Everybody Hurts” ponders why things turned out as they have and longs for a second chance. “Darlin'” perhaps gets at the core issue of a couple’s split: an erosion of trust. “Remember When” realizes that the breaking of what’s supposed to be an eternal bond has serious emotional consequences as it captures the ache of post-divorce loneliness. But Avril refuses to capitulate to despair, affirming, “But I’m not lost.” Similarly, “Alice” (written for the Alice in Wonderland soundtrack) insists, “When I fall and hit the ground/I will turn myself around.” The album version of that song (which differs lyrically from the soundtrack’s) mentions prayer: “Today’s the day/That I start to pray.”
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