Avril Lavigne – Unreleased Songs

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Avril Lavigne - Unreleased Songs

Basic info about all of Avril Lavigne's known song titles and leaked demos.
SONG TITLEREGISTRATIONALTERNATE SOURCESRECORDINGSYEARALBUM GUESS
A Little Bit Of LoveGoogle Hangout, 8/5/20132013Avril Lavigne
Afraid I Might Find Another GuyASCAP, Copyright2004Under My Skin
All Because Of YouASCAP, HFAStudio (Puffy)2004Under My Skin
All You Will Never KnowASCAP, CopyrightDemo2002Let Go
BreakawayASCAPLeaked 3/31/14Studio (Kelly Clarkson);Demo2001Let Go
By The Light Of The MoonBMI2002Let Go
Can’t Stop Thinking Of YouToronto radio Interview, 20021998
CandyInstrumental Demo2011Goodbye Lullaby
Complete MeASCAPChanged to “Hello Heartache”?Instrumental Demo2011Goodbye Lullaby
Dancing CrazyASCAP, CopyrightStudio (Miranda Cosgrave)2010Goodbye Lullaby
DaydreamASCAP, CopyrightPartial Demo; Studio (Miranda Cosgrave); Live (Demi Lovato)2004Under My Skin
Don’t Fuck This UpASCAP, HFA2013Avril Lavigne
Don’t Mind MeBMI2002Let Go
EchoHFA2012Avril Lavigne
Face To FaceASCAP2002Let Go
Fall BackASCAP, Copyright2004Under My Skin
Fall Into The SkyASCAP, Copyright2005Under My Skin
Falling Into History BMIDemo; Studio (Brie Larson)2002Let Go
FineRolling Stone interview, 20092009Goodbye Lullaby
GoneInstrumental Demo2009Goodbye Lullaby
Got Me BadHFA2007The Best Damn Thing
HeadacheASCAP2004Under My Skin
HeadsetDemo2002Let Go
Hold Onto YouASCAP, Copyright2004Under My Skin
I Don’t Wanna BeHFAStudio (Puffy)2004Under My Skin
If I Said I Loved YouPeople interview; Performed with Chad at their wedding, 20132013Avril Lavigne
It’s Not EnoughCopyright2004Under My Skin
It’s Not OKHFA2012Avril Lavigne
It’s Not OverASCAP, Copyright2004Under My Skin
I’ve Known All My LifeHFA2004Under My Skin
Kick And ShoutASCAP, Copyright2004Under My Skin
Leave Here A Little WhileASCAP, Copyright2004Under My Skin
Let GoASCAP, CopyrightDemo2002Let Go
Love Like A ChildUS Copyright2002Let Go
Make UpBMIDemo2002Let Go
Move Your Little Self OnDemo2002Let Go
Next TimeASCAP2002Let Go
Not Gonna RunASCAP, CopyrightIntro during Bonez Tour2004Under My Skin
Not The Only OneASCAP, CopyrightDemo2002Let Go
Once And For RealASCAP, CopyrightDemo2002Let Go
Our Little Secret [My Little Secret]HFA2012Avril Lavigne
Photo HuntASCAP2002Let Go
PricelessASCAP, Copyright2004Under My Skin
Running From YourselfASCAP, Copyright2005The Best Damn Thing
Show Me HowASCAP, Copyright2004Under My Skin
Sitting Here (Have No Friends)ASCAP, Copyright2004Under My Skin
StayBMI2007The Best Damn Thing
Stay – Be The OneASCAP, CopyrightDemo2002Let Go
Take Me AwayASCAPDemo2002Let Go
Think About ItDemo2002Let Go
That Kinda GuyASCAP2002Let Go
This Must Be LoveHFA2012Avril Lavigne
This One’s For YouBMI, HFA2013Avril Lavigne
Time Goes ByBMI; HFA2012Avril Lavigne
Tomorrow You Didn’tDemo2002Let Go
Too Many TimesASCAP, Copyright2004Under My Skin
Twist Of Fate [When Will This Be Over]BMI2007The Best Damn Thing
Understand MeASCAP, Copyright2004Under My Skin
What Would You Be For MeASCAP, Copyright2004Under My Skin
What Would You SayASCAP, HFA2013Avril Lavigne
When Will This Be Over [Twist Of Fate]ASCAP2007The Best Damn Thing
Won’t Let You GoASCAP, CopyrightDemo2007The Best Damn Thing
You Got MeASCAP; BMI2007The Best Damn Thing
You Never Satisfy MeDemo2002Let Go

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    • A demo is an early recording that’s usually used as a reference before an artist records the official version of a song. All the songs you heard on this list are probably demos, but those recordings were not mastered to be used on the actual album. When Avril records an album, she often has at least a few demo tracks that she ends up not using on the album. Sometimes those demos leak, but usually not. We count them as “unreleased” because they were not officially released for purchase, and usually were not actually meant to be heard at all, at least not in their incomplete form. Hopefully someday we’ll get to hear more of the songs on this list!

      You can read more about demos here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demo_(music)

  1. Yea its a shame a lot of stuff is never to see the light of day. people would enjoy this stuff but who knows. you would think in this day and age songs would be put out over the web for fans at least to hear there artist and maybe pay a little fee. Its not like its the 60,70,80,0r even the 90. the platforms are out there

    • Completely agree with you. There’s so much amazing music that fans don’t get to hear. Wouldn’t it make more sense for the artists to release some more of these songs, even as digital-only EPs for fans? Hopefully someday we’ll get to hear it all.