On her MySpace site Voegele described this soaring expression of female empowerment, as "a motivational, uplifting song about dealing with situations rather than trying to hide from them."
This featured in the Lifetime movie Custody and the MTV show Newport Harbor.
The album title Don't Look Away is taken from the first line of "It's Only Life's" chorus.
Voegele told kidzworld.com: "Don't Look Away is a pop record, but it goes a lot deeper than the implication of the word 'pop.' The music has an acoustic rock feel to it, and the songs are all unique. It's not one of those records where every single song sounds the same and I wanted to make sure it didn't turn out that way. The lyrics are also not what you'd typically find on a young girl's record. They aren't predictable and they have a lot of depth to them. I wanted to make a record of music that was catchy and infectious to listen to but that also really had something to say that everyone could relate to in some way or another."
Voegele cut the album at Track Record Studios in North Hollywood in 3 days.