The new track, which is taken from Lavigne's forthcoming self-titled album, features an edgy vibe and some provocative lyrics.
When the full tracklist of Avril Lavigne's forthcoming self-titled album arrived, it was revealed that the pop/rock songstress had enlisted Marilyn Manson for a duet song. The collaboration track called "Bad Girl" has now hit the web.
Unlike Lavigne's previous tracks off the new album, "Bad Girl" features an edgy vibe and some provocative lyrics. It opens with Manson singing, "Just lay your head in daddy's arms/ You're a bad girl."
"Stroke me because I said so/ Stroke and feed my ego / I've been a bad girl," Lavigne replies, singing over her collaborator's groans and growls
"Bad Girl" is preceded by leading single "Here's to Never Growing Up", second single "Rock N Roll, and Lavigne's collaboration with husband Chad Kroeger entitled "Let Me Go".
Lavigne is gearing up to drop her fifth studio album, "Avril Lavigne". Co-produced by the 29-year-old singer, Kroeger, Martin Johnson and David Hodges, the follow-up to 2011's "Goodbye Lullaby" is set to hit the stores on November 5 via Epic Record.