[Demi Lovato talking about "Skyscraper"]
"Skyscraper" is a really powerful song, and when I first recorded it, I was just doubled over in tears, and I was putting my everything into the song, because I wanted the song to turn out amazing, but I also knew it was an opportunity to let out so many emotions that I was feeling at that time, and this was before I had gone into treatment and gone into, gone through a lot of things in my life, and when I got out of treatment, I re-recorded the song and it just wasn't the same. I realized it was, because before I went in, recording "Skyscraper" was kinda like my cry for help, and I think that's what really is sort of magnetic about this song when you first hear it. Because it's so raw and so vulnerable, and I'm really really proud of it. And I've heard a lot of people tell me that "Skyscraper" changed their lives. So I'm really proud of it and I'm still overwhelmed about the magnitude of the access that it had. It's just been amazing! It's held a very special place in my heart.