Give You What You Like is a song recorded by Avril Lavigne for her self-titled fifth studio album. It was written by Avril with her husband Chad Kroeger and David Hodges. "Give You What You Like" serves as the album's sixth track. It has been praised by critics for expanding Lavigne's musical diversity and exposing her to new genres of music. On March 21, 2014, Lavigne confirmed that "Give You What You Like" would be released as the album's fifth single.  It would be released exclusively to North America and Europe, while "Hello Kitty" was released as the album's fourth single exclusively to Asia. Due to health concerns and a sudden desire to focus on new music, Lavigne confirmed that she had canceled her plans to release "Give You What You Like" as a single.  However, on February 2, 2015, Lavigne posted the song's single artwork on Twitter and confirmed that it would be featured in the film Babysitter's Black Book.  She also posted a teaser for the song's official video on Vevo. 
Prior to the album's release, snippets of three of the album's tracks were posted online for a short time by Lavigne's record label: "Let Me Go", "Sippin' On Sunshine", and "Give You What You Like". Upon the album's release, Lavigne revealed on Twitter that "Give You What You Like" was one of her favorite songs from the album, and she is considering releasing it as the fourth single from the album, with the other option being "Hello Kitty". She told Idolator that "Give You What You Like", along with "Hello Kitty", "Bad Girl", and "Hush Hush", were her favorite songs from the album.  The song has been described as "sexual" by many of its critics and listeners, with many agreeing that the new sound Lavigne has on this song in particular shows a very dark and mature side of her.
Lavigne later confirmed that she was hungover when she recorded the song, "One day I was hungover, tired, vulnerable, and didn't want to sing, but he [Chad Kroeger] made me go in on 'Give You What You Like,' and do it anyway. The rawness of my vocals comes across in the song, which made it better. I'd have to do harmonies sometimes, and I'd start whining, and he'd want me to do 10 takes of vocals." 
"Give You What You Like" received acclaim from critics, who complimented the mature sound that Lavigne showed on the song and praised its equally matured themes. Jason Lipshutz of Billboard wrote that "the bright-eyed innocence of '17' and 'Bitchin' Summer' has vanished on 'Give You What You Like'". He further called it "a harrowing glimpse inside the exchange of physical pleasures to combat loneliness" but criticized the song's production. He ended his review by comparing Lavigne's vocals in the song to those of her 2002 hit, "I'm With You".  Allan Raible of ABC News also praised the song, writing, "As the tempos slow down, things get less juvenile and slightly more interesting. 'Give You What You Like' begins with the words, 'Please put your drunken arms around me.' (At last, darker material!) This is a rather sleazy song, but it is way more interesting than the shallow stabs at teen pop. At least there is some sort of grit. It's not just a middle finger [referencing the album's opening track, "Rock N Roll"."  Sam Lansky of Idolator called the middle of the album (including "Give You What You Like") "less-effective", but praised "Let Me Go" and "Give You What You Like", writing that while "Let Me Go" was the superior track, "Give You What You Like" is "a fantastically eerie paean to a miserable one-night stand."