Let Me Go

Album: Avril Lavigne (2013)
Charted: 66 78
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Songfacts®:

  • This love ballad finds Avril duetting with her husband, Nickelback frontman Chad Kroeger. The pair also co-wrote the single, "Here's To Never Growing Up." She told MTV News that the music is what brought the two of them together and resulted in their love affair. "Working with Chad was awesome because I found a husband and that was the best thing that came out of the experience," said Avril. "No, we had a great time. We really just celebrated music together and we both love writing and creating; it's non-stop. Even though the record's done now and we recorded it, like, we're always around the house coming up with new ideas and concepts. It's really inspiring."

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  • Maddy from Barrie, OnIt's a good song.
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