London: 'Paparazzi' hit maker Lady Gaga is not content with conquering the music charts of today as she wants to be famous 100 years from now.

The 25-year-old pop diva aspires to leave behind a legacy that people will talk about long after she is gone, reported a magazine.

"It's my biggest dream. I'm not really concerned with whether I'm relevant in the year 2011. It's much more important for me to be relevant 100 years from now. I want to leave a big legacy behind," Gaga said.

Gaga says that she has a low key approach to life when she is not working and prefers to spend time alone rather than be surrounded by hangers-on.

"I get scared sometimes that I will lose myself, that everything could become too much. Luckily there are a lot of people who take good care of me," she added.

(Agencies)