The Little Voice

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"The Little Voice"
Sahlene LittleVoice.jpeg
Single by Sahlene
from the album It's Been a While
B-side ""Hush Hush""
Released 2000
Format CD single
Genre Pop rock
Length 3:11
Label Roadrunner Arcade
Songwriter(s) Kara DioGuardi, Patrik Berger
Sahlene singles chronology
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"The Little Voice" is a song recorded by Swedish pop rock singer Sahlene. The song was written by American songwriter Kara DioGuardi and Patrik Berger. Released as her first solo single in 2000, the song picked up significant airplay in the Scandinavian regions. It peaked at number fifty-one on the singles chart in Sweden.[1][2]


Although the single received airplay, Sahlene's record company went bankrupt before the release of her debut album, and the album was shelved.[3] But, in 2003 she finally released her debut album It's Been a While, which contained "The Little Voice".[3] The Little Voice, had heavy promotion and an accompanying music video was also released. The music video features Sahlene in a laboratory like set, walking around and scenes of her performing the song is also shown.


Chart (2000) Peak
Sweden (Sverigetopplistan)[4] 51

Hilary Duff version[edit]

"Little Voice"
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Single by Hilary Duff
from the album Metamorphosis
B-side ""Party Up""
Released May 8, 2004 (2004-05-08)[5]
Format CD single
Recorded 2003
Genre Pop
Length 3:03
Hilary Duff singles chronology
"Come Clean"
"Little Voice"
"Our Lips Are Sealed"

"Little Voice" is a song recorded by American singer Hilary Duff for her second studio album, Metamorphosis (2003). It was released as the third and final single from the album on May 8, 2004 in Australia and New Zealand[6] and June 4 in Netherlands.[7] The song was produced by Chico Bennett and DioGuardi. The song peaked at number twenty-nine in Australia and also peaked at eighteen in Netherlands.[8]

Music video[edit]

The music video for the song was taken from the The Girl Can Rock Tour DVD.


Chart (2004) Peak
Australia (ARIA)[9] 29
Netherlands (Dutch Top 40)[10] 80

Release history[edit]

Country Date Format Label
Australia[5] May 8, 2004 Maxi single, Digital download Hollywood
New Zealand[5]
Netherland[7] June 4, 2004

Other version[edit]

Mexican pop group RBD recorded a Spanish and Portuguese cover of "The Little Voice", titled "Tu Dulce Voz" and "Sua Doce Voz" (Your Sweet Voice), which is included on their third studio album, Celestial (2006) and "Celestial - versão Brasil".. In 2007, RBD recorded an English cover of "Little Voice" for inclusion on their second English language studio album, Celestial (Japanese version).