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My goal is to give girls and boys a different idea of expression. It's not always about looking pretty or cute. It's about expressing yourself however that may be, even if that's being silly or goofy or weird.
That's the thing about awards - it's for the people who do all the hard work behind the scenes. An award is just a clap at them.
I'm sensitive and get easily upset and insulted.
I don't care what people think of me, unless they think I'm mean or something, but I don't care if they think I'm like someone else because I know I'm not - I'm a total weirdo. I'm not selling a dream; I'm not selling fame like it is some sort of fantastic thing. I'm just trying to sell music and get on with my real life.
If anyone besides famous people knew what it was like to be a famous person, they would never want to be famous.
What I do enjoy is the creative process.
I think that, to some degree, being irreverent is the only reason I continue to be successful.
The accolades don't nourish me - being with loved ones and my dogs does.
I have so much to thank reality TV for.
That would really be my fantasy - maybe just do three shows a year and each year in a different city, just singing for the people who really want to see it, and then just write for other people. I do love to sing, but I'm just as happy singing in the bathtub, you know?
When you have a lot of people telling you what you are and perceiving you in a certain way, it's difficult to find your own identity.
The truth is that you shouldn't match your insides to other people's outsides. Life is an inside job, and we just have to do our best.
The weirder the better for me.
Life is pretty surreal and awesome.
In my sobriety, I have discovered that the people I love, and who hurt me, were sick like me.
I'm impressionable, that's for sure.
I get to do what I love and communicate whatever I want.
We all need to stand together and be a part of creating the future we hope to see.
I'm sort of a gay man trapped in a woman's body when it comes to music sometimes - it's crowded in here!
I was a slightly overweight, spiky-fringed, rat's-tailed '80s girl who was just showing up. That's all I've ever really done to get here, just kept showing up. Even when I didn't want to. That's what I do.
All I really want to do is things I haven't done. 'I'm gonna put a paper bag on my head and be on the cover of 'Billboard,' see what I can get away with - if they'll let me.' And they let me. And I am literally giggling inside for, like, a month that I got away with it.
'Chandelier' took, like, four minutes to write the chords, then, like, 12-15 minutes to write the lyrics. Probably 10 or 15 minutes to cut the vocals.
As a person, I'm a good person who shows up for my friends. I do my best to be good. As an artist, I have no idea.
I don't need to be rich anymore; I don't need to be a millionaire.
'One Million Bullets' is my baby.
I'm really visually stimulated more than anything. I don't really listen to music. I'm more into watching telly or watching movies and visual art.
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