My Happy Ending

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"My Happy Ending"
Single by Avril Lavigne
from the album Under My Skin
B-side "Take It"
Released July 7, 2004
(see release history)
Format CD single
Recorded in the UK
Genre Alternative rock
Length 4:02 (Album Version)
3:58 (Clean Radio Version)
Label Arista
Writer(s) Avril Lavigne, Butch Walker
Producer Butch Walker
Certification Platinum (RIAA)
Gold[1](ARIA)
Avril Lavigne chronology
"Take Me Away"
(2004)
"My Happy Ending"
(2004)
"Nobody's Home"
(2004)
Avril Lavigne chronology
"Don't Tell Me"
(2004)
"My Happy Ending"
(2004)
"Nobody's Home"
(2004)

My Happy Ending is a song written and produced by Avril Lavigne and Butch Walker for Lavigne's second album, Under My Skin (2004).

Track listing[change | edit source]

Japan CD
(BVCP-29613; Released July 07, 2004)

  1. "My Happy Ending" (radio version)
  2. "My Happy Ending" (album version)
  3. "Don't Tell Me" (live acoustic version)
UK CD single 1 / French single
  1. "My Happy Ending" (album version)
  2. "Take It" (previously unreleased)
UK CD single 2
  1. "My Happy Ending"
  2. "My Happy Ending" (live acoustic version)
  3. "Take Me Away" (live acoustic version)
  4. "My Happy Ending" (music video)
Germany, Italy and Taiwan CD single
  1. "My Happy Ending" (album version)
  2. "My Happy Ending" (live acoustic version)
  3. "Take Me Away" (live acoustic version)
  4. "Take It" (previously unreleased)
  5. "My Happy Ending" (music video)
Australia CD single
  1. "My Happy Ending" (clean version)
  2. "My Happy Ending" (live acoustic version)
  3. "Take Me Away" (live acoustic version)
  4. "Take It" (previously unreleased)
US CD promo
  1. "My Happy Ending" (radio version) - 4:02
  2. "My Happy Ending" (album version) - 4:02
  3. "My Happy Ending" (Callout Hook) - 0:10
UK CD promo
  1. "My Happy Ending" (album version) [explicit]
  2. "My Happy Ending" (radio edit)[clean]

Charts[change | edit source]

Chart (2004)[2][3][4] Peak
position
Australia ARIA Singles Chart 6
Austrian Top 75 Singles[5] 8
Belgian UltraTop 50 30
Canadian Singles Chart 11
Dutch Top 40 13
French Singles Chart 39
German Singles Chart 17
Irish Singles Chart 7
Italian Singles Chart 7
Chart (2004) Peak
position
Korea Singles Chart 1
Norwegian Singles Chart 6
Russian Airplay Chart[6] 57
Spanish Singles Chart 6
Swedish Top 60 Singles Chart 11
Swiss Singles Chart 23
UK Singles Chart 5
U.S. ARC Weekly Top 40 1
U.S. Billboard Hot 100 9

Release history[change | edit source]

Region Date
Japan July 7 2004
Germany July 19 2004
United Kingdom August 2 2004
Canada August 3 2004
United States September 14, 2004
France November 2 2004

References[change | edit source]