Avril Lavigne: Strawberry Wine

Avril Lavigne's core values were shaped by her upbringing in a devoutly Christian home. (Some of her first singing appearances were in church, and her earliest recordings were with Christian singer-songwriter Stephen Medd on such tracks as "Touch the Sky").

"My mom wouldn't even let me sing [the country song] 'Strawberry Wine,'" Lavigne once recalled, "because it said 'wine' in it and I was this little kid."

["I'm not saying I'll never write a song with a curse word," Lavigne once remarked, "because there's definitely been times when it's like, 'Aww, man, 'f---' would sound so good there!' But then I think about my mom, and how it would probably hurt her, so I just say 'frig' instead."]

[Avril Lavigne and Marilyn Manson once painted one another's nails.]

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