Catch Me

Album: Here We Go Again (2009)
Charted: 89
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  • This is the only song on Here We Go Again for which Demi has a sole writing credit. She told the New York Times that it was "written by myself in my room," adding, "those songs mean more to me than when we've got two weeks to finish an album and I'm with three different writers."
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  • Joel from Vallejo, CaI think the song is more about a girl in love with a boy but she is unsure if she wants a relationship with him because she has been hurt in the past. This is one of my favorite Demi songs. I still get close to tears whenever I hear this and I am away from my sweetheart.
  • Cassie from Springfield, OrIs this song about like, not wanting to fall in love with someone because you don't want your heart broken? I'm kinda curious.
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