"Someone's Watching over Me" is a pop song written by Kara DioGuardi and John Shanks, produced by Shanks and recorded by Hilary Duff for the soundtrack of the 2004 film Raise Your Voice, in which she stars. It also appears on Duff's third album, Hilary Duff (2004). Jeff Rothschild and Shanks mixed the song. It was released as the album's second single in Australia in 2005 (see 2005 in music)
During the week of the single's radio release in Australia in January, it was the fifth most added song to station playlists. After its release as a single the following month, it peaked at number twenty-two on the ARIA Singles Chart and remained in the top forty for nine weeks. The single's B-side is a cover of The Who's "My Generation".
According to Paul Broucek, executive vice president of music for New Line Cinema, in November 2004, "Someone's Watching over Me" was one of the studio's possible contenders for an Academy Award nomination for Best Original Song at the 77th Academy Awards. The Herald Sun wrote of "Someone's Watching over Me", which it awarded one star, "Yeah, that'd be Lindsay Lohan. They're single-white-femaling each other when it comes to music, though Duff got in first with the polite Avril-lite soft rock. However, this positivity-laden ballad sucks. The Sunday Telegraph published a two-star review of the song, editorializing that "The banging migraine kicked in somewhere around the lyrics: "I've seen that ray of light/It's shining on my destiny" [...] a brainless, infectious dose of made-to-order teen empowerment pop.