AceShowbiz - Demi Lovato wasn't kidding when she said she would pour her heart out on her new song. The songstress has released a stirring power ballad called "You Don't Do It for Me Anymore", which also reflects her raging fury about a fading love.
Demi shows her struggle to move on from her ex-lover as she sings, "Money won't pay for your problems/ You gotta fix them yourself/ Vices and pity won't soft them/ Stop feeling bad for yourself/ I won't fall for your games/ So don't hate me when I say/ That you don't do it for me anymore."
"You Don't Do It for Me Anymore" follows up "Sorry Not Sorry" and "Tell Me You Love Me". The three tracks are expected to appear on Demi's new album "Tell Me You Love Me", which is set to arrive on September 29.
The singer recently admitted that she was nervous to release one particular song off her upcoming album because she suspected people would know who it is about. "Sometimes you put out music that you just feel like everyone is going to know who it's about," she told MTV. "Headlines are going to come out of it, and it's like, when you write a song, you're just being vulnerable, and you're just writing about something that's inspiring you, so all the baggage that comes with it is what I'm kind of nervous about."
She further noted that the song wasn't a diss track, but a soulful one. "I think that everything happens for a reason, and certain emotions are felt at certain points in your life, and you don't always have to explain them to people," she explained. "So whatever you want to think about it--you go into whatever theories you have--fine. But I know what it's about and who it's about and I'm just going to let it be."
"Tell Me You Love Me" is Demi's sixth studio album and the follow-up to 2015's "Confident". Earlier this year, she claimed that the new effort would be very personal. "I have been working on new music for about a year and a half," she shared. "I've had a lot of experience over the last year and a half and I've grown a lot. I've found myself more so than I ever have. The inspiration is about being independent and turning 25 and living on my own and the emotions I deal with as a single woman in my 20s. It's more soulful."