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Avril Lavigne: Here's To Never Growing Up Meaning

Song Released: 2013

Here's To Never Growing Up Lyrics

Singing Radiohead at the top of our lungs!
With the boombox blarin' as we're falling in love!
Got bottle of whatever but let's get in this truck!
Singing Here's to Never Growing Up!
Call up all our friends
Go hard this weekend
For no damn...


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    Feb 25th, 2020 2:32pm report

    I want to write about the song being growing up at Virginia and also we’ve been doing songs with my friends and me and Dawson are doing instruments and find some fun vacation and to spending time with my family and we’re spending time with friends and go to Tennessee and watch her cat chestnut. And he’s so cute and precious and Ben and I and clay are spending spring break with my family.


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    Aug 25th, 2019 8:34pm report

    I think this song is about summer but when we have reflect to our summer we’ve played summer songs and so me and joe wrote this song together. We’re great friends but we met at Texas, where he’s born. But we went to the label and called Scott if we can do another appointment with him and his wife, his wife is going to work with me, and then the boys will have Scott. She told me if we could put me in the video and wear clothes for the music video. That would be so much fun. We’re bringing Sophie, and Danielle, they’re going to help me with my gown, and jewelry and also makeup. But I’m helping Priyanka with her huge dress but it’s so huge and so I have to help her.


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    Jan 21st, 2019 1:01am report

    I think that song is reminding me of summer and being fun together, everytime we record this song. They would put a creative music and chance to reboot. And Williams wife is taking care of her kids, and harry is going with us, we had a band from Virginia, and England.


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    May 18th, 2017 5:18pm report

    i think the lyrics are a way of showing us that it's melissa, not avril. when she says "we live like rock stars
    dance on every bar
    this is who we are,
    i don't think we'll ever change.
    they say just grow up, but they don't know us
    we don't give a fuck and we're never gonna change.
    say, oh just say forever, stay
    if you stay forever, hey
    we can stay forever young"
    it sounds like she's trying to convince herself that she's avril, even though she's not


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    May 13th, 2017 5:17am report

    I think this song is fill with the Teenagers spirits,it's okay to act like you want,having fun with your friends or besties maybe,it's all about the spirit even if you're in the middle age,or whatever,breaking the rule,bark like crazy hound,throw some party and sometimes pranking your neighborhood with toilet papers,the golden time.


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    Jun 23rd, 2014 6:48pm report

    I think this song is Avril's interpretation of saying that people regardless your age, still have a bit of child in them and really you can still have a bit of fun and act silly once in a while because we're still human and we often reminisce on things. Yeah i think this is avril's way of saying "Hey I'm almost 30 now but that doesn't mean anything, I'm still the punk rock girl I am!!" XD


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    Nov 11th, 2013 11:58pm report

    I think that this is basically Lavigne's way of showing everyone that still being a kid at heart ids okay and that it's fine to have fun even if your not technically a kid anymore.

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