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It's Not Too Late

by

Demi Lovato



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Demi told MTV News that she worked hard to get into the right headspace to interpret the songs she recorded for Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam, even though she didn't contribute to writing them. As she loves singing, it makes things a lot easier. "You know, not all of the songs are emotional because it's a Disney musical movie, so we like to keep it really upbeat, especially when it's aged towards a younger demographic," she explained. "Kids lose interest, so you have to keep it upbeat, but sometimes there are times where we pay more attention to the older crowd and one of the songs being 'It's Not Too Late.' Even though it's not my song that I wrote or even that's going to be on my album, I'm able to put my personal experiences into it. I really enjoy singing, whether it's my own songs or other people's songs."
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