List of songs written by Diane Warren

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This is an alphabetical list of the songs known to have been written by Diane Warren.


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With chest length blond hair, a woman wearing a shimmering metallic dress holds a microphone and smiles.
Mariah Carey co-wrote the songs that she worked with Warren on.
With chest length curly brunette hair, a woman wearing a short white dress holds a microphone and smiles.
Warren wrote the September 11 attacks inspired "I Was Here" for Beyoncé.
Song released as a single Indicates single release
Songs written by Warren; co-writers are also listed, if any.
Song name Artist(s) Co-writer(s)? Originating album Year Ref.
"After Tonight" Mariah Carey Rainbow 1999 [1]
"Can't Take That Away (Mariah's Theme)" dagger Mariah Carey Rainbow 1999 [1]
"Counterfeit" [note 1] Tulisa No The Female Boss 2012 [2]
"Do You Know the Way It Feels" Alesha Dixon No The Alesha Show 2008 [3]
"Give Me You" dagger Mary J. Blige No Mary 2000 [4]
"Grateful" Rita Ora No Beyond the Lights OST 2015 [5]
"I Was Here" Beyoncé No 4 2011 [6]
"I'm Not Leaving" Toni Braxton No The Heat 2000 [7]
"Leave While I'm Not Looking" Paloma Faith No A Perfect Contradiction 2014 [8]
"Music of the Sun" Rihanna Music of the Sun 1999 [9]
"Only Love Can Hurt Like This" dagger Paloma Faith No A Perfect Contradiction 2014 [8]
"Silver Lining (Crazy 'Bout You)" dagger Jessie J No Silver Linings Playbook OST 2012 [10]
"Spanish Guitar" dagger Toni Braxton No The Heat 2000 [7]
"There for Me" [note 2] Mariah Carey B-side to "Never Too Far/Hero Medley" 2001 [1]
"Un-Break My Heart" [note 3] dagger Toni Braxton No Secrets 1996 [11]


  1. ^ According to the liner notes of The Female Boss, Warren is also credited as the sole producer of "Counterfeit".
  2. ^ Although released as a B-side to "Never Too Far/Hero Medley" in 2001, "There for Me" was written and recorded during sessions for Rainbow in 1999, and was a left-over track.
  3. ^ Braxton recorded a Spanish language version of "Un-Break My Heart" called "Regresa a Mi" which was included on the deluxe edition.



  1. ^ a b c Rainbow (liner notes). Mariah Carey. Columbia Records. 1999. 
  2. ^ The Female Boss (liner notes). Tulisa. All Around the World Productions, Island Records. 2012. 
  3. ^ The Alesha Show (liner notes). Alesha Dixon. Asylum Records, Atlantic Records. 2008. 
  4. ^ Mary (liner notes). Mary J. Blige. MCA Records. 2000. 
  5. ^ Beyond the Lights (liner notes). Various Artists. Relativity Music Group. 2015. 
  6. ^ 4 (liner notes). Beyoncé. Parkwood Entertainment, Columbia Records. 2011. 
  7. ^ a b The Heat (liner notes). Toni Braxton. LaFace Records. 2000. 
  8. ^ a b A Perfect Contradiction (liner notes). Paloma Faith. RCA Records, Epic Records. 2014. 
  9. ^ Music of the Sun (liner notes). Rihanna. Def Jam Recordings, SRP. 2005. 
  10. ^ Silver Linings Playbook (liner notes). Various Artists. Sony Classical Records. 2012. 
  11. ^ Secrets (liner notes). Toni Braxton. LaFace Records. 1996.