What The Hell
I Love You
Any Thing But Ordinary
When You're Gone
Stop Standing There
definitely WTH... I loved Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve performance and when I heard the studio version I didn't liked it that much...
Losing Grip, Wish you were here, Innocence, Alice, Nobody's Home, Stop Standing There, I'm with you, Unwanted, Tomorrow
Slipped Away, What The Hell, Push, Losing Grip
I don't know the key to success, but the key to failure is trying to please everybody.
Bill Cosby - US comedian & television actor (1937 - )All in all, it's been Lavigne's music, not her personal life, that has taken center stage.
Keep Holding On
I love all!!!!! ♥♥♥♥
♥♥♥Little Black Star in Vietnam!♥♥♥
-Every song on Let Go
-I Always Get What I Want
-My Happy Ending
-When You're Gone
-Keep Holding On
-I Don't Have to Try
-Wish You Were Here
Losing Grip, I Always Get What I Want, Push, What The Hell, Wish You Were Here, Slipped Away, Alice.
Escape The Fate<3
Craig Mabbitt<3Papa Roach<3
In general, I prefer the live versions of Av's songs more than I do the studio versions - Av is one of those artists that I believe you have to experience live (or at least, hear a live recording, or see a concert vid) to truly appreciate.
To answer the question directly, I've always felt that Losing Grip was always a highlight when she performed it live, especially with the lead-ins that she had for TTSMUT in 2003, and the promo tour for TBDT in 2003 (the "Kashmir" intro). Girlfriend with the intro it had for TBDTour in 2008 was also great. And the times she would perform Tomorrow acoustically, with an extended final section, was always wonderful. But really, the live version of just about any song she's done is, IMHO, better.
"We each have the opportunity to make an impact on the world we live in and I try to remember that even doing one small thing each day to help others really can make a huge difference!" -- Avril Lavigne