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Demi Lovato - Don't Forget

[Intro]
Did you forget that I was even alive?
Did you forget everything you ever had?
Did you forget?
Did you forget about me?

[Verse 1]
Did you regret (did you regret)
Ever standing by my side?
Did you forget (did you forget)
What we were feeling inside?
Now I'm left to forget about us.

[Chorus]
But somewhere we went wrong.
We were once so strong.
Our love is like a song.
You can't forget it.

[Verse 2]
So now I guess,
This is where we have to stand.
Did you regret ever holding my hand?
Never again,
Please don't forget, don't forget.
We had it all.
We were just about to fall even more in love,
Than we were before.
I won't forget,
I won't forget about us.

[Chorus]
But somewhere we went wrong.
We were once so strong.
Our love is like a song.
You can't forget it.
Somewhere we went wrong.
We were once so strong.
Our love is like a song.
You can't forget it at all

[Bridge]
And at last, all the pictures have been burned.
And all the past is just a lesson that we've learned.
I won't forget it,
Please don't forget about us.

[Outro]
But somewhere we went wrong.
Our love is like a song.
But you won't sing along.
You've forgotten about us.

"Don't Forget" is a song by American singer Demi Lovato, from their debut album of the same name. It was written by Lovato and the Jonas Brothers, who co-produced the song with John Fields. It was released as the album's third and final single in 2009, through Hollywood Records. The inspiration of the song came from Lovato falling in love with someone who later left them. According to Lovato, it is one of the songs on the album that they most relate to. Musically, "Don't Forget" is a midtempo glam rock ballad that features Lovato singing with breathy falsetto vocals. An accompanying music video was released on March 2009. Upon the release of the album, "Don't Forget" was well-received from music critics, who noted the transition from their "tween sound" to more mature material. The song achieved moderate commercial success, reaching number forty-one on the Billboard Hot 100. It also reached number seventy-six on the Canadian Hot 100. Lovato has performed the song numerous times including on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

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