"Haven't You Noticed (I'm a Star)" is a song from the episode "Sadie's Song". It is performed by Olivia Olson. A recording of the song is sung over by Sadie and an instrumental backing track to it is sung over by Steven. During "Gem Karaoke", Steven, the Crystal Gems, and Connie sing to a karaoke version of the song.
| I can't help it if I make a scene,|
Stepping out of my hot pink limousine.
I'm turning heads, and I'm stopping traffic,
When I pose, they scream, and when I joke, they laugh.
I've got a pair of eyes that they're getting lost in,
They're hypnotized by the way I'm walking,
I've got them dazzled like a stage magician,
When I point, they look, and when I talk, they listen, well,
Everybody needs a friend,
And I've got you and you and you
So many, I can't even name them,
Can you blame me? I'm too famous.
Haven't you noticed that I'm a star?
I'm coming into view as the world is turning.
Haven't you noticed I've made it this far?
Now, everyone can see me burning. (x3)
- From "Sadie's Song".
- Composed by Rebecca Sugar
- Arranged by Aivi & Surasshu
- Vocals by Olivia Olson
- Guitar by Stemage
- Art by Raven M. Molisee
G D Am D x2
Em C D G B7 C
G D C x3
Em D Cmaj7 x2
G B7 Em
- The style of the song is similar to the song "Party in the USA" by Miley Cyrus.
- This is Sadie's first musical number in the series.
- Steven sings the song in Sadie's place at Beach-a-Palooza.
- "Haven't You Noticed (I'm a Star)" is the song's official name, as revealed in the credits.
- The lyrics change slightly between Olivia Olson's original recording and the version sung by Sadie and Steven:
- "I hypnotize by the way I'm walking", (Olivia Olson)
- "They're hypnotized by my way of walking", (Sadie and Steven)
- Olivia Olson is also the voice of Marceline the Vampire Queen from Adventure Time, the series Rebecca Sugar worked on before creating Steven Universe.
- One of the lyrics in the song is "Stepping out of my hot pink limousine," which could be foreshadowing to Pink Diamond stepping out of her palanquin before her "shattering".