Crossword clues for adia
- 1998 hit by today's performer
- Top-five Sarah McLachlan hit from the album "Surfacing"
- Top 5 hit for six weeks in the summer of 1998 when "The Boy Is Mine" was #1
- Three-syllable woman's name meaning "gift"
- Song on Sarah McLachlan's "Surfacing" album
- Sarah McLachlan smash
- Sarah McLachlan hit with the lyric "We are born innocent"
- Sarah McLachlan hit from the album "Surfacing"
- Sarah McLachlan "We are born innocent, believe me ___"
- Sarah McLachlan "Surfacing" smash
- Ruben Blades "Dia ___"
- McLachlan single with the line "I do believe I failed you"
- McLachlan hit of the 1990s
- 1998 Sarah McLachlan single from the album "Surfacing"
- 1997 Sarah McLachlan tune
- 1997 Sarah McLachlan hit recorded as an apology
- "Surfacing" smash hit
- "Surfacing" hit from '98
- "___ I do believe I failed you"
- '98 Sarah McLachlan hit
- ___ Barnes, W.N.I.T.-winning basketball coach
- 1998 Sarah McLachlan hit
- Sarah McLachlan hit song
- Top 5 song by Sarah McLachlan
- Top 10 hit for Sarah McLachlan
- "___, I do believe I failed you" (opening of a 1998 hit)
- Hit from the 1997 album "Surfacing"
- 1998 Sarah McLachlan song
- #3 hit from the 1997 album "Surfacing"
- 1998 hit that begins "___, I do believe I failed you"
- 1998 hit from the album "Surfacing"
- Song from Sarah McLachlan's "Surfacing"
- Sarah McLachlan "___ I do believe I failed you"
- 1998 Sarah McLachlan ballad
- Sarah McLachlan "We are born innocent" song
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- Sarah McLachlan song that says "I do believe I've failed you"
- Sarah McLachlan single
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- Sarah McLachlan hit covered by Avril Lavigne
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- Hit ballad for Sarah McLachlan
"Adia" is a song by Canadian singer Sarah McLachlan that originally appeared on her 1997 album Surfacing. It was co-written by McLachlan and her longtime producer, Pierre Marchand. On VH1 Storytellers, McLachlan also said about the song, "I'm not quite sure how to explain this one but, uh, I guess more than anything it's about my problems in dealing with feeling responsible for everyone else".
"Adia" was McLachlan's first top 5 song on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, peaked at number three. Though it only remained at the position for one week, the song did spend six consecutive weeks at number four and seven consecutive weeks at number five, totaling thirteen weeks at the top ten, "Adia" was the twentieth most successful song of 1998 in the US. The song also performed well in McLachlan's native Canada, peaking at number three for three non-consecutive weeks on RPM. It stayed in the top ten for sixteen weeks.
Adia is a genus of fly in the family Anthomyiidae.
Adia is a Swahili girl's name meaning "gift".
Destiny Adia Andrews (born May 15, 1991), who goes by the stage name Adia, is an American Christian R&B artist and urban contemporary gospel musician. She started her music career, in 2012, with the release of "One Day at a Time" on Emerge Records. She saw her first studio album, Behind Enemy Lines, chart on the Billboard Top Gospel Albums chart. Xist Music released the album on August 26, 2014.