Album: Single Release Only (2010)
Charted: 84


  • This inspirational song is a duet by Joe Jonas and his Camp Rock co star Demi Lovato for Disney's "Friends for Change: Project Green" charity campaign. The song's message is about protecting the world's water habitat.
  • Joe and Demi sang the song on the March 24, 2010 episode of American Idol, not long after the pair announced they were dating. The body language during their performance generated a great deal of interest amongst their fans.

Comments: 1

  • Jill from Nevada City, CaI want to bring more awareness about the oceans to our church congregation, where I am the music director. I'd like our music team to play and sing "Make A Wave" for our entire church group. Could someone please tell us where to get the sheet music? I have looked and looked. Thanks very much, Jill
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