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"The Little Voice"
Single by Sahlene
from the album The Little Voice (unreleased)
B-side "Hush Hush"
Format CD single
Genre Pop rock
Length 3:11
Label Roadrunner Arcade
Writer(s) Kara DioGuardi, Patrik Berger
Sahlene singles chronology
"Fifth Element" "The Little Voice"

"The Little Voice" is a 2000 song by Swedish pop rock singer Sahlene, written by Kara DioGuardi and Patrik Berger (see 2000 in music). It was the second single from her debut album, The Little Voice, and it had heavy promotion and the accompaniment of a lavish music video. It peaked at number fifty-one on the singles chart in Sweden, and Sahlene's record label went bankrupt before the release of her album.[1][2] The B-side on the single is "Hush Hush".

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).



Sahlene Charts

Chart (2000) Peak
Swedish Singles Chart 51

Hilary Duff version

"Little Voice"
Single by Hilary Duff
from the album Metamorphosis
Released 8 May 2004 (Australia)
Format CD single
Recorded 2003
Genre Teen pop, bubblegum pop
Length 3:03
Label Hollywood
Writer(s) Kara DioGuardi, Patrik Berger
Producer Andre Recke
Hilary Duff singles chronology
"Our Are Lips Sealed"
"Little Voice"

American pop singer Hilary Duff recorded a cover of the song for her first album, Metamorphosis (2003). Her cover, which is titled "Little Voice" and features different lyrics from the original, was released as the third/fourth and final single from the album.


Buena Vista Records and Disney released the CD single in Australia on 8 May 2004 (see 2004 in music); it included an exclusive track, a dance remix of "Party Up".[3] The song reached number twenty-nine in Australia[4] and Canada.


  1. Little Voice
  2. Party Up (Dance Mix)

Hilary Duff Charts

Chart (2004) Peak
Australian ARIA Singles Chart[4] 29
Canadian Hot 100 29
Dutch Top 40[5] 80

Music Video

The Music Video for Little Voice is taken from the The Girl Can Rock Tour DVD. It shows cuttings of the Little Voice performance and the tour.


  1. ^ "Sahlene - The Little Voice (song)".
  2. ^ Franzén, Mattias. "Anna Sahlin - topline writer dependent on inspiration". STIM. 1 September 2005.
  3. ^ "Little Voice, Pt. 1 [CD-SINGLE [IMPORT]"]. Retrieved 14 July 2007.
  4. ^ a b "Hilary Duff - Little Voice".
  5. ^ "Hilary Duff - Little Voice (song)".


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