FILE - This Feb. 12, 2012 file photo shows songwriter Diane Warren arriving at the 54th annual GRAMMY Awards in Los Angeles. Warren, who wrote the ballad “I Was Here” for Beyonce's latest album “4,” says she's writing material for the megastar's upcoming album. Warren said she played a couple songs for Beyonce last week in New York. Beyonce performed “I Was Here” at the United Nations headquarters last week in honor of World Humanitarian Day, which is Sunday. The performance was filmed and its music video will debut the same day to help launch the campaign. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello, file)

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FILE - This Feb. 12, 2012 file photo shows songwriter Diane Warren arriving at the 54th annual GRAMMY Awards in Los Angeles. Warren, who wrote the ballad “I Was Here” for Beyonce's latest album “4,” says she's writing material for the megastar's upcoming album. Warren said she played a couple songs for Beyonce last week in New York. Beyonce performed “I Was Here” at the United Nations headquarters last week in honor of World Humanitarian Day, which is Sunday. The performance was filmed and its music video will debut the same day to help launch the campaign. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello, file)
FILE - This Feb. 12, 2012 file photo shows songwriter Diane Warren arriving at the 54th annual GRAMMY Awards in Los Angeles. Warren, who wrote the ballad “I Was Here” for Beyonce's latest album “4,” says she's writing material for the megastar's upcoming album. Warren said she played a couple songs for Beyonce last week in New York. Beyonce performed “I Was Here” at the United Nations headquarters last week in honor of World Humanitarian Day, which is Sunday. The performance was filmed and its music video will debut the same day to help launch the campaign. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello, file)
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