This Is Me

Album: Camp Rock Soundtrack (2008)
Charted: 33 9
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  • This is from the Camp Rock movie, in which Lovato plays Mitchie Torres, a musical prodigy who is befriended at music camp by spoiled rocker Shane Gray, played by Joe Jonas.
  • This was written and produced by Adam Watts and Andy Dodd. The duo have also written for Jesse McCartney, including his international hit "Beautiful Soul" and for Hannah Montana and Aly & AJ. Additionally they have credits on the Hannah Montana and High School Musical soundtracks.
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Comments: 5

  • Chloe from South AustraliaI love this song because it is how i have been acting towards singing. I am always so shy before a performance and this song has given me confidence.
  • Kj21 from Isabela, Philippinesi just love how this song tells everyone that we should be TRUE to ourselves and bring out the best of who we really are :D
  • Rosalie from New York, NyOh my God I love this song! The scene in the movie is so sweet! Joe Jonas and Demi Lovato totally rocked!
  • Courtney from Ipoh, MalaysiaI love this song. It won't be boring and i would want to hear it again and again. I even got the song on my pendrive, PSP... I even got the CD! Joe jonas and Demi lavato rock!!!
  • Victoria from Rochester, NyI love this song if you would like to here me sing it got to www.youtube.com and thern type in this is me i will be under that list it woill say this is me by victoria opett!!!! I love this song and it is form camp rock and also joe jonas is soooo not gayy!!! I love the jonas brothers
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