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Sia Lyrics

Sia Biography

 

Album: "OnlySee" (1997)

Don't Get Me Started
I Don't Want To Want You
Only See
Stories
Mad Love
A Situation
Shadow
Asrep Onosim
Take It To Heart
Beautiful Reality
Soon
One More Shot
 

Album: "Healing Is Difficult" (2002)

Fear
Drink To Get Drunk
Taken For Granted
Blow It All Away
Get Me
I'm Not Important To You
Sober And Unkissed
Healing Is Difficult
Judge Me
Little Man
Insidiously
 

Album: "Colour The Small One" (2006)

Rewrite
Sunday
Breathe Me
The Bully
Sweet Potato
Don't Bring Me Down
Natale's Song
Butterflies
Moon
The Church Of What's Happening Now
Numb
Where I Belong
Broken Biscuit [US-only bonus track]
Sea Shells [US-only bonus track]
 

Album: "Some People Have Real Problems" (2008)

Little Black Sandals
Lentil
Day Too Soon
You Have Been Loved
The Girl You Lost To Cocaine
Academia
I Go To Sleep
Playground
Death By Chocolate
Soon We'll Be Found
Electric Bird
Beautiful Calm Driving
Lullaby
Buttons [Hidden Track]
Blame It On The Radio [Bonus Track]
Cares At The Door [Bonus Track]
Bring It To Me [Bonus Track]
 

Album: "We Are Born" (2010)

The Fight
Clap Your Hands
Stop Trying
You've Changed
Be Good To Me
Bring Night
Hurting Me Now
Never Gonna Leave Me
Cloud
I'm In Here
The Co-Dependent
Big Girl Little Girl
Oh Father
Hold Me Down [Amazon MP3 Bonus Track]
 

Album: "1000 Forms Of Fear" (2014)

Chandelier
Big Girls Cry
Burn The Pages
Eye Of The Needle
Hostage
Straight For The Knife
Fair Game
Elastic Heart
Free The Animal
Fire Meet Gasoline
Cellophane
Dressed In Black
 

Album: "This Is Acting" (2016)

Bird Set Free
Alive
One Million Bullets
Move Your Body
Unstoppable
Cheap Thrills
Reaper
House On Fire
Footprints
Sweet Design
Broken Glass
Space Between
First Fighting A Sandstorm [Target Bonus Track]
Summer Rain [Target Bonus Track]
Cheap Thrills (Remix) [Spotify Bonus Track]
Confetti [Deluxe Edition Bonus Track]
Move Your Body (Alan Walker Remix) [Deluxe Edition Bonus Track]
Midnight Decisions [Deluxe Edition Bonus Track]
Jesus Wept [Deluxe Edition Bonus Track]
The Greatest [Deluxe Edition Bonus Track]
 

Other songs:

Angel By The Wings [from "The Eagle Huntress" soundtrack]
Beautiful People Say
Black & Blue
Blank Page
Born Yesterday
California Dreamin'
Cheap Thrills (Spanglish Remix)
Destiny [from "Lady Croissant - Live LP"]
Distractions [from "Lady Croissant - Live LP"]
Free Me
Freeze You Out
Hologram
Joy I Call Life
Kill And Run [from "The Great Gatsby" soundtrack]
Life Jacket
Light Headed
Like A River Runs
Moonquake Lake [from "Annie" soundtrack]
My Arena
My Love [from "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse" soundtrack]
Never Give Up [from "Lion" soundtrack]
Opportunity [from "Annie" soundtrack]
Pictures [from "Lady Croissant - Live LP"]
Red Handed
Salted Wound [from "Fifty Shades Of Grey" soundtrack]
Satisfied [from "The Hamilton Mixtape"]
So Bored
The Corner
This Shit
Under The Milky Way
Unforgettable [from "Finding Dory" soundtrack]
Unstoppable (Perfect Isn't Pretty Mix)
Waving Goodbye [from "The Neon Demon" soundtrack]
You're Never Fully Dressed Without A Smile [from "Annie" soundtrack]

 

In a career filled with ups and downs, Sia Furler has been an in-demand guest vocalist; a quirky singer/songwriter; a hitmaker for the likes of Rihanna and Beyoncé, and more popular than ever as an artist in her own right in the 2010s. Although raised in Australia, Furler rose to fame after moving to the U.K., where she worked as a guest vocalist for several groups -- including the electronica duo Zero 7 -- and released her own solo albums. Born in 1975, she first performed on the Adelaide jazz circuit during the '90s as a vocalist for the band Crisp. An attempt to launch a solo career in 1997 didn't pan out, though, and she eventually hopped on a plane to London. While there, she landed a gig as a backup singer for Jamiroquai and inked a solo contract with DancePool, a sublabel of Sony.

Sia released her first single, "Taken for Granted," in early 2000. Although the song only peaked at number 100 on the Australian charts, it rose to number ten in the U.K. and increased European demand for her debut album, Healing Is Difficult, which followed in 2001. At the same time, a string of big names in the British music scene began asking for Sia's services; offers from Zero 7 and William Orbit ensued. Although some projects only called for Sia to sing on one song, her association with Zero 7 proved to be a recurring event. She ultimately remained with Zero 7 for three albums, serving as the group's go-to vocalist while also furthering her own career with solo releases like Colour the Small One and Some People Have Real Problems.

Meanwhile, Sia also began building an audience in America. One of the songs from Colour the Small One, "Breathe Me," gained attention when it was used in the elaborate final scene of the Six Feet Under series, and the resulting buzz allowed her to enjoy a successful stateside tour. That tour was documented on her first live release, Lady Croissant, in 2007. By the following year, Sia's American audience had increased to the point that Some People Have Real Problems, her third album, debuted at number 26.

Zero 7 began working on another album in 2009, but Sia had already shifted most of her attention to furthering her own career, and the band hired another singer in her place. Working alongside bassist Sam Dixon, she boosted her songwriting cred by writing several songs for Christina Aguilera, who put the songs on her 2010 release, Bionic. Sia also continued writing songs for herself, and We Are Born marked her most upbeat album to date in 2010. It also went on to become very successful, charting around the world and going to number two in Australia.

But Sia, whose shy and withdrawn personality was at odds with her public persona, began to struggle with the pressures of fame. She became addicted to alcohol and drugs and almost committed suicide before a phone call from a friend persuaded her to enter rehab instead. She spent the next few years out of the spotlight, continuing her parallel career as a backroom songwriter for the likes of Madonna, Britney Spears, Beyoncé, Celine Dion, and Rihanna, for whom she wrote the worldwide number one smash hit "Diamonds." In 2013, she started on a new album, working once again with producer Greg Kurstin.

Wary of another breakdown, she eventually negotiated a near-unprecedented contract with RCA stipulating that she would not have to tour or do press; her first public appearance to promote the album on The Ellen DeGeneres Show saw her perform her new single, "Chandelier," with her back to the audience. The album, entitled 1000 Forms of Fear, arrived in July 2014. It promptly hit number one in several countries, including the U.S. and Australia. Furler and Kurstin also reworked existing music and wrote three new songs for the 2014 adaptation of the Broadway musical Annie; one of their new compositions, "Opportunity," was nominated at the 72nd Golden Globe Awards for Best Original Song. At the 77th Annual Grammy Awards, "Chandelier" scored nominations for Record of the Year, Song of the Year, Best Pop Solo Performance, and Best Music Video. Empowered by the acclaim 1000 Forms of Fear earned, Sia began work on its follow-up in early 2015. Late that year, the singles "Alive" -- which Furler co-wrote with Adele -- and "Bird Set Free" heralded the January 2016 release of This Is Acting, a pop-oriented set of songs rejected by artists such as Katy Perry, Rihanna, and Adele. In July, "Cheap Thrills" -- the second official single that was originally intended for Rihanna -- became Sia's first Billboard 100 chart-topper.