Demi Lovato's track a cry for help

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Demi Lovato

Demi Lovato

Demi Lovato admits recording her comeback single 'Skyscraper' was a "cry for help".

Demi Lovato admits 'Skyscraper' was a "cry for help".

The 19-year-old singer - who was admitted to rehab for three months in November 2010 to receive treatment for an eating disorder and self-harming - explained a "lot of emotion" went in to recording the ballad as it was a "very difficult" song to write.

She said: "It was a very difficult song for me to record. It was a cry for help for me. And I felt very raw when I recorded it. A lot of emotion went into this song."

Demi believes her problems stemmed from being a "workaholic", and she now listens to her body much more to ensure she gets plenty of sleep and eats well.

She added in an interview with the Daily Record newspaper: "Being a workaholic might have been the problem in the first place. I never stopped, I was like the energy bunny, I was going and going and going.

"No more of that. I am ready to lead a different life now. I listen to my body now, I eat better, I get my regular sleep. It's amazing what a good night's sleep can do. You feel so much better for it in the morning."

Demi Lovato

The singer and actress, Demetria Devonne Lovato, who was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico, performs her commercial pop-rock songs.

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1. Ronny13 Feb 2012, 3:55pm Report

Demi didn't write the song Skyscraper,she's said it many of times.

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