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Olivia Newton-John Artist Bio and Lyrics

80's artist Olivia Newton-John's first international hit was a song written by Bob Dylan called "If Not For You," which was produced by Bruce Welch and her friend John Farrar and released in 1971.

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Lyrics From Project 80's

Olivia Newton-JohnLyrics Magic
Lyrics Physical
Lyrics Make A Move On Me
Lyrics Twist Of Fate/Take A Chance

Olivia Newton-John's single "I Honestly Love You" was released in the United States in 1974, and "I Honestly Love You" became her first single to chart at #1 in the U.S.

In 1975, Newton-John left England and moved to the United States. The 1975 release of Have You Never Been Mellow yielded a #1 album and a #1 song by the same name.

Olivia Newton-John has had four #1 hits, including the song Physical, which stayed at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 for ten weeks. She has received four Grammys in her career.

Olivia Newton-John's music video for "Physical" was one of several that popularized the MTV style of song promotion in the early 80's. The video became notorious due to it being banned in some areas because of the sexual tone of the video and lyrics.

Some of Olivia Newton John's Hits of the 1980s: "Magic" (b/w "Fool Country") - (1980) - # 1, 4 weeks; AC # 1 (5 weeks); from the Xanadu soundtrack "Xanadu" (with the Electric Light Orchestra)(b/w the Newton-John/Gene Kelly duet "Whenever You're Away From Me") - (1980) - # 8, AC # 2; from the Xanadu soundtrack) "Physical" (b/w "The Promise (The Dolphin Song)") - (1981) - # 1, 10 weeks; AC #2 9; from the album "Physical" "Make A Move On Me" (b/w "Falling") - (1982) - # 5; AC # 6; from the album Physical "Heart Attack" - (1982) - # 3; from the album Olivia's Greatest Hits, Vol. 2 "Twist Of Fate" (b/w the Newton-John/Travolta duet "Take A Chance" # 3 AC) - (1983) - # 5; from the Two of a Kind soundtrack.

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