This is about Demi Lovato Give Your Heart A Break sheet music. It is a song by the singer and actress Demi Lovato.
It was written and produced by Josh Alexander and Billy Steinberg and included in the third studio album Lovato, Unbroken, and was chosen as the second single from this, instead of Who’s That Boy. Musically, the song is a dance pop ballad that incorporates the use of drums and violins. Lyrically, the song is about a person who wants to love another person, however this can not forget his previous relationship.
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The song has been covered several times, including its presentation at the Z100 Jingle Ball Concert.
After many speculations, the song was officially launched on January 23, 2012 on radio Hot / Modern / AC, while the 24 January of that year was released on the radio Top 40/Mainstream.
Background and composition
“Give Your Heart A Break” is the tenth song on the album has influences of R & B and was produced and written by Josh Alexander and Billy Steinberg, who are known for their work with The Veronicas on their studio album, 2007, Hook Up I also contributed to the production of the song. Alexander wrote most of the song, helping in the implementation, programming, recording and engineering. Chris Garcia shares credit with Alexander engineering, while Scott Roewe is credited with providing the logic and technology of Pro Tools. The song was recorded and selected for the third album by Demi, Unbroken.
“Give Your Heart A Break” is a ballad dance pop, with influences of music from 1980 and 1990. The composition of the song features strings that are combined with a rhythmic drum. The song also makes use of a violin, which, according to Maher PopCrush Cristin, sounds similar to that used in “Viva la Vida” by Coldplay. Maher also said the song as a mix of contemporary pop and pop music of the 1980 and 1990. Lyrically, the song is about wanting someone to open your heart to it and give it a try. The lyrics are about has been injured several times before, but she wants him to be sure and I think she is not like the others. Demi’s vocal range is the note C ♯ ♯ 3 to 6.