Avril Lavigne and Ryan Cabrera are reportedly dating.

The musicians, who also happen to be roommates, were spotted having dinner together. While it's usual for roommates to eat out together, TMZ says the two were really close and even shared kisses in-between bites.

Lavigne and Cabrera started sharing a home late last year, according to E! News, after Cabrera and then girlfriend, Entertainment Tonight digital host Katie Krause, split due to his excessive partying.

When asked to comment on the status of their relationship, Cabrera told Page Six that he prefers to keep his love life private.

“Nowadays I tend to keep all love life stuff just completely separate just because you know how it is,” the musician said. “You try to keep it private as much as you can.”

The two have had their fair share of early 2000s relationships with fellow musicians. Lavigne married Deryck Whibley of Sum 41 before eventually calling it quits and marrying Nickelback's Chad Kroeger. Cabrera, on the other hand, dated Ashlee Simpson. The two also dated “The Hills” stars. Lavigne went out with Brody Jenner and Cabrera dated Audrina Patridge.

While the two have yet to set the record straight, it is not hard to imagine that their relationship is filled with music. Here are some of the songs that are fit for their rumored relationship.

1. “First Day of My Life” by Bright Eyes (2005)

The two have had previous relationships, and this might be a new lease on life for them. In the song, Conor Oberst, tells his new lover: “Yours is the first face that I saw. I think I was blind before I met you.”

2. “Underneath It All” by No Doubt (2002)

No Doubt has a lot of songs about angst and the demise of relationships, but in this 2001 song, Gwen Stefani sings: “You've used up all you coupons. And all you've got left is me. And somehow I'm full of forgiveness. I guess it's meant to be.”

3. “You and Me” by Lifehouse (2005)

In Lifehouse's most popular song, Jason Wade sings: “'Cause it's you and me and all of the people with nothing to do, nothing to lose. And it's you and me and all of the people and I don't know why I can't keep my eyes off of you.” The two were definitely caught in each other's gaze during their last outing.

4. “Who Knows” by Lavigne (2004)

Lavigne's songs are mostly about angst about an unfaithful lover or calls for help, but 2004's “Who Knows” is an anthem for renewed hope. “I think there's something more, life's worth living for. Who knows what could happen? Do what you do, just keep on laughing.”

5. “True” by Cabrera (2004)

It's a cheesy pick, but since it's Cabrera's biggest hit, it's hard to ignore it. In the song, Cabrera croons: “I've waited all my life to cross this line to the only thing that's true. So I will not hide, it's time to try anything to be with you. All my life I've waited, this is true.”