This article is about the album "Here We Go Again" by Demi Lovato. For the song, go to Here We Go Again (song)

Here We Go Again
Demi lovato here we go again cover
Studio album by Demi Lovato
Released July 21, 2009
Recorded MayJune 2009[citation needed]
Genre Pop rock[citation needed]
Record label Hollywood
Demi Lovato chronology
Don't Forget
Here We Go Again
Singles from Here We Go Again
  1. "Here We Go Again"
    Released: June 23, 2009

Here We Go Again is the second studio album by singer-songwriter, Demi Lovato. It was released on July 21, 2009 under Hollywood Records.[1]


Lovato stated that the new album is "going to have a different sound". In contrast to the pop rock influences of her debut album, Don't Forget, this album will incorporate more "John Mayer-ish type of songs".[2]

She has been working with musical inspirations John Mayer, Jon McLaughlin, and William Beckett.[3][4] Lovato said she would be performing her new music on her Summer Tour.[3]in this album Demi Lovato is really trying to bring out her true self.

Track listing


# Title Length
1. "Here We Go Again"   3:45
2. "Solo"   3:15
3. "U Got Nothin' on Me"   3:38
4. "Falling Over Me"   4:06
5. "Quiet"   2:45
6. "Catch Me"   3:10
7. "Everytime You Lie"   3:44
8. "Got Dynamite"   3:24
9. "Stop The World"   3:33
10. "World Of Chances"   2:50
11. "Remember December"   3:11
12. "Everything You're Not"   3:43
13. "Gift Of A Friend"   3:25
14. "So Far So Great"   2:14

Track listing Switch & Leftovers

In earlier versions of the track listing, it was subsequently different[6]. In the earlier version, "Everything You're Not" was removed, "Gift of a Friend" and "So Far So Great" were bonus tracks, and two other tracks existed titled "For The Love Of A Daughter" and "Shut Up & Love Me"[7]. Later track listing (the correct one) had some tracks in different order, the latter tracks removed, and "Everything You're Not", "Gift of a Friend" and "So Far So Great" added to the standard edition.

When asked about the deletion of "For The Love Of A Daughter", Lovato said: "When I took a step back I realized I wouldn’t like those subjects being talked about in somebody else’s home, with a seven-year-old and their mom."[8].

Another track titled "Love Is The Answer" which was written by John Mayer was also left off the album for unknown reasons.[9]


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