Their track, "Bad Girl," off Lavigne's self-titled [article id="1713586"]November 5 album[/article], has hit the Net. It's naughty, to say the least. Lavigne previously opened up to [article id="1715240"]MTV News about "Bad Girl,"[/article] sharing that it is "one of the heavier, more darker tunes on this record." And she wasn't lying.
The track opens with '90s shock-rocker Manson snarling, "Just lay your head in daddy's lap/ You're a bad girl." A rock beat kicks in and Manson continues to groan as Lavigne dishes out some eyebrow-raising lyrics.
"Hey, hey, I'll let you walk all over me/ You know that I'm a little tease/ But I want it pretty please/ You know I'm crazy/ I just want to be your baby," she sings. "You can f--- me, you can play me/ You can love me, you can hate me."
Avril continues to flex her edgy muscles on the chorus. Be warned: she may have previously sang about [article id="1706876"]never wanting to grow up[/article], but Lavigne's all adult on this song. "Miss me, miss me/ Now you want to kiss me/ Choke me because I said so/ Stroke me and feed my ego/ I've been a bad girl, don't you know," she sings as Manson commands, "Don't tell me what to do."
Lavigne's real-life hangout sessions with Manson are just as wild, she told us.
"I had wanted to shave the side of my head for quite some time, and I used to put it in a braid there [side of her head] and so it was kind of like shaving it," Lavigne recalled. "And then one night, it was on my adventure to France. During my adventure when I was living there, we were hanging out backstage and we were with his band having a few drinks and I was like, 'Let's shave my head. I'm ready; let's do this!' He's like that, though. He has fun. He wears his makeup; his wardrobe is very visual. I like his style."