Demi Lovato doesn't want to alienate her non-English speaking fans. In order to hit a bigger demographic -- and get back to her Mexican roots -- the 18-year-old Disney star has released 'Rascacielo,' which is a Spanish version of her emotional new single, 'Skyscraper.'

We may not be fluent en español, but we know a beautiful song when we hear one, and 'Rascacielo' is just as fluid in Spanish as 'Skyscraper' is in our native tongue. It's hard not to get chills when Demi sings, "You can take everything I have / You can break everything I am / Like I'm made of glass / Like I'm made of paper."

And the same is true of the Spanish verse, which is translated roughly to: "Puedes llevarte mi ilusion / Romperme todo el corazon / Como a un cristal / Que se cae al suelo."

Esta bien, Demi! Our only beef is that this particular version is kind of lo-quality.

Both 'Rascacielo' and 'Skyscraper' will appear on Demi Lovato's new album, which hits shelves on September 20.

Listen to Demi Lovato, 'Rascacielo' ('Skyscraper' in Spanish)