Lisa spoke candidly to Morning's David Campbell and Sonia Kruger on Wednesday.
'There was a period in music that didn't suit what I did. I didn't fit in,' said the throaty voiced,
raven-haired beauty on Australia's popular morning show.
'When I make an album I love to spend a long time making it and put my heart and soul into it. I was waiting for things to come around, I had my toe in the door and hopefully I've got my whole leg in now.'
The ballsy singer who got her big break aged 14 on talent show Search for a Star said the lyrics to her famous song were a love story between herself and her husband and producer Ian Devaney and they never expected it to be search a hit.
'You know that something is good but you never really know how good. You always underestimate how much of an impact something is going to have,' said the Manchester-born popstar.
The couple were back in the studio for her latest record and in her typical blunt northern fashion, Lisa revealed the pair's unique creative process.
'I don't mind Ian telling me something that I've done is rubbish. I'll be on the vocals and he'll be like "Nah, it was rubbish that Lisa", we've known each other for so long"
'We've bonded in different aspects really.' Lisa who recently played a gig at London's G-A-Y is set to continue her European tour, she kicked off a months tour tomorrow 8th May in Zurich.