Complicated" is the debut single by Canadian singer-songwriter Avril Lavigne, it was released on 14 May 2002 as the lead single from her debut album, Let Go. It was written by Lavigne and The Matrix (Scott Spock, Lauren Christy, and Graham Edwards), and produced by The Matrix
Avril Lavigne's official music video for 'Complicated'. Why do you have to go and make things so complicated? I see the way you're acting like you're somebody else Gets me frustrated Life's like this You, you fall and you crawl and you break And you take what you get and you turn it into honesty You promised me I'm never gonna find you fake it No, no, no.
Produced by The Matrix. Album Let Go. Complicated Lyrics
Complicated" was not written about anyone in particular, according to Lavigne. She said, "It's basically about life, people being fake, and relationships. Lavigne was 17 years old when this song was released as her debut single in 2002. It came at a cultural nexus, as the internet was becoming a popular medium for discussion, but you still had to watch videos on MTV, hear singers on the radio and read about them in magazines. In the battle of funny first names, Norah also beat Avril for Best Pop Vocal Album and Best New Artist. The guys in the video were the members of Lavigne's backing band: drummer Matthew Brann, bassist Mark Spicoluk, and guitarists Jesse Colburn and Evan Taubenfeld. Lavigne earned a lot of credibility for insisting on using these guys for all her live performances at a time when the backing musicians for many young singers were interchangeable.
Complicated" is a song by Avril Lavigne and was her first single, released in 2002 from her debut album, Let Go. It was written by Lavigne and The Matrix (Scott Spock, Lauren Christy, and Graham Edwards), and produced by The Matrix. Sk8er Boi. Avril Lavigne. I'm with You. Because of You. Kelly Clarkson.
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