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|Song from DEMI|
|Producer||Emanuel "Eman" Kiriakou, Andrew Goldstein|
|Writer(s)||Demi Lovato, Emanuel "Eman" Kiriakou, Andrew Goldstein, Lindy Robbins|
Shouldn't Come Back
| This Track|
I Hate You, Don't Leave Me
Warrior is a song by Demi Lovato which appears as the thirteenth track on her fourth album, DEMI. Demi Lovato calls the song "the hardest and most easiest song to write". When the release of Demi was announced, it was said there would be a sequel to "Skyscraper". Warrior is that sequel.
On May 9, 2013 in a track-by-track Billboard review, writer Jason Lipshutz stated: "Most of "DEMI" sidesteps the personal struggles -- and Lovato's triumph over them -- that she laid out on "Unbroken" but "Warrior" serves as a follow-up visit to "Skyscraper" territory, this time with the singer declaring herself a phoenix that has risen from all-too-public ashes. "I've got shame, I've got scars, that I will never show/I'm a survivor, in more ways than you'll know," Lovato sings as a piano line volleys with a cello." 
Demi performed "Warrior" at the 2013 Dignity Gala on October 18. "Warrior" was a part of the setlist for Demi's Neon Lights Tour.