Under My Skin

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Under My Skin
Studio album by Avril Lavigne
Released May 25, 2004 (U.S., CAN)
May 24, 2004 (UK)
Recorded 2003–2004
Genre Alternative rock, Modern rock, Pop punk, pop rock, post-grunge
Length 43:34
Label Arista
Avril Lavigne chronology
Let Go
(2002)
Under My Skin
(2004)
The Best Damn Thing
(2007)

Under My Skin is a 2004 album by Avril Lavigne. Under My Skin debuted at number-one on the Billboard 200 albums chart and according to Billboard magazine, was ranked number 149 on the list of top-selling album of the 2000s.[1]

Track listing[change | change source]

  1. "Take Me Away" (Lavigne, Taubenfeld) – 2:57
  2. "Together" (Lavigne, Kreviazuk) – 3:14
  3. "Don't Tell Me" (Lavigne, Taubenfeld) – 3:21
  4. "He Wasn't" (Lavigne, Kreviazuk) – 3:00
  5. "How Does It Feel" (Lavigne, Kreviazuk) – 3:44
  6. "My Happy Ending" (Lavigne, Walker) – 4:02
  7. "Nobody's Home" (Lavigne, Moody) – 3:32
  8. "Forgotten" (Lavigne, Kreviazuk) – 3:17
  9. "Who Knows" (Lavigne, Kreviazuk) – 3:30
  10. "Fall to Pieces" (Lavigne, Maida) – 3:28
  11. "Freak Out" (Lavigne, Taubenfeld, Brann) – 3:13
  12. "Slipped Away" (Lavigne, Kreviazuk) – 3:34

Bonus tracks[change | change source]

  1. "I Always Get What I Want" – 2:31 – Japanese and UK bonus track. Also released as a B-side of the "Nobody's Home" single.
  2. "Take It" - 2:50 (B-side of "My Happy Ending")
  3. "Nobody's Home" (Live Acoustic Version)– Under My Skin Special Edition
  4. "Take Me Away" (Live)– Under My Skin Special Edition
  5. "He Wasn't" (Live) – Under My Skin Special Edition
  6. "Tomorrow" (Live)– Under My Skin Special Edition

B-Sides and outtakes[change | change source]

  • "I Always Get What I Want" (Avril Lavigne, Clif Magness) – 2:31
  • "Take It" (Avril Lavigne, Clif Magness) - 2:50
  • "Daydream" (Avril Lavigne, Chantal Kreviazuk) - 3:02
  • "Breakaway" (Avril Lavigne, Matthew Gerrard) Avril wrote this song for Under My Skin, but it was rejected. This song appears in the album Breakaway by Kelly Clarkson and it was released as the first single of the album.

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