Possibly the most underrated artist ever... after her big hit "A Thousand Miles" people thought her an untalented teenybopper, but shes actually very talented... Just listen to her new album, Harmonium. I really hope she comes back into the spotlight, she deserves it.
by Yeayeayouknowit November 04, 2005
A very underrated artist who can actually sing. Unlike many other singers these days, Vanessa's lyrics aren't pointless or sex-caked. Her second album, Harmonium was a commercial failure, which led to her department of A&M records. Her third album, Heroes and Thieves is supposed to come out in October 2007.
by BeardedOctopus August 06, 2007
An awesome pianist who writes and composes her own music, and is a "real" artist, but truthfully, she should really just be part of an emo rock band, because her lyrics are jsut oh-so depressing and will make someone want to kill this girl for making them feel so down.
"There's nothing you can do, someone gently says to you "the doctor says that now it won't be long", i try and live up to the moment, hope that i dont blow it, what is it in me that she hears? Its just the song she likes, her little arms around my neck, and a dying girl whispers in my ears..."- Vanessa carlton, Annie
by Schergan October 16, 2005
An annoying-ass singing girl who is borderline emo. Her song, "A Thousand Miles", is the epitome of cliched pussy lyrics. Her songs make any heterosexual male cringe, and any girl who isn't Paris Hilton or a fan of Green Day want to DIE. As for being underrated, I will admit that she does have instrumental talent... too bad she botches it with these seriously annoyingly whiny songs. Some artists actually ARE underrated for a reason. Carlton falls into this category.
Remember that movie "White Chicks"? The fact that those rich, pathetic, mentally-5-years-old bitches are obsessed with this Vanessa Carlton song proves my above points. She totally doesn't deserve more fame and more time on the radio whining out her depressing songs that make every self-respecting music lover want to cut themselves.
by Al Kohaulick November 16, 2006