"Sharada" as written by and James/sweetnam Robertson....
Once upon a time there was a girl
You wouldn't really call her typical
Had her own definition of cool
She lived in her own world
She had her own style, her own rules
She played along like it was usual
Nobody really even knew her name
To her life was one big game

She's got her head up in the clouds
Sharada Sharada
Don't know if she'll come down
Sharada Sharada
She can't get to bed
Sharada Sharada
She's got that song stuck in her head

Dreaming all day, that's all she did
Ever since she was a little kid
All the teachers thought that she was slow
She was just dreaming 'bout her show
And when they told her she's delerious
She didn't care- she's just oblivious
She likes to make everyone curious
One day she's gonna be famous


Sharada Sharada


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"Sharada" as written by Skye Sweetnam James Robertson

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    General CommentI love this song so much! It's about a girl (i think thats what 'sharada' is) whos different from everyone else and doesnt care about that fact. She's not afraid to be different and dreams about herself being big one day and doesn't let anyone crush those dreams. Brillant song!
    graffiti_mysoulon April 10, 2005   Link
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    General CommentIn my opinion, the most beautiful Skye song to date.

    It's an ode to daydreamers...those who dream big and don't let the pessimism of others drag them down.
    bokononiston March 09, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI LOVE THIS SONG!!!
    It's like, when I feel down or whatever, it reminds me of what I want to be, and that the stuck up losers that make me feel all crappy, that I shouldn't care. I just love this song. =)
    broadway_gonnabeon December 18, 2006   Link
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    General CommentIt seems like it's about her, thinking about being something she wants to be, which is totally awesome.
    You should be yourself, no matter what.
    pianoislifeon February 02, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI love this song.

    I swear, this was written for one of my friends. She's a daydreamer, always staring out windows and spacing off. She's a writer, too, and her stuff is incredible. There are some issues in her life, but they never get her down. She's always there with a smile for her friends, no matter how she actually feels. Her grades are pretty bad, but she's still smart. Just like in the song, she's off dreaming.

    Prep with the soul of an emo, I call her, and I love her. She's gonna be somebody.
    This song is everything that she is.
    Whenever I listen to it, I can't help but think of her.
    seelie_courtieron June 15, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI remeber when I first heard this song, I nearly cried. I related to it so much =]. This song is amazing..
    VivaLaNegritaon August 05, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI swear, I heard this song and I thought it had been written for me. I'm a dreamer, and I spend the whole time just staring into space and saying a lot of things about, you know, the way the clouds move that makes loads of sense to me but other people just look at me like "waaah?" I feel like no one understands the real me, but, that's ok because I'm fine just dreaming on my own.
    loubylouxxon November 09, 2008   Link
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    General CommentIt's a theme song for a lot of people, which is good! This song is amazing!
    YourZeldanesson August 26, 2009   Link
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    General Commentha this song reminds me of myself... I'm not the knid of person to post these kinds of comments ( I hate them) but for the first time there is such thing as a song that is just ME. I'm always spacing offin my dream world and I'm proud of it
    LuckyStar123on March 11, 2010   Link
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    General CommentSo, my name is Sharada, and I very closely fit the description in this song. Did she write this song about me? I'm totally having a "singing my life" moment, you're freaking me out . . .
    Mamajion June 14, 2015   Link

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