I love this song - not only is it softly, subtly catchy, it also holds a strong anti-bullying message. It tells the story of how a girl grows up and settles into her own skin and her own reflection - how she realises that being 'different' isn't a crime and nothing to be ashamed of - in fact, it's something to celebrate.
This is one of the reasons why the Sugabaes were so good. Note I say WERE - before they started engaging more line-ups that Doctor Who. Currently they have an ex-Atomic Kitten, an ex-Eurovision singer, and who knows where Amelle Berrabah came form? But I think the changing line-ups and deterioating music have now consigned the Sugabaes to (as Smash Hits magazine used to say) the dumper.