Olivia Newton-John top 10 songs

The world has lost a human sunbeam, with Olivia Newton-John biting the dust at 73 years old. All the fans are shocked after hearing the news.

Here are top 10 of Newton-John’s greatest (and some perhaps underappreciated) songs that are not from Grease.

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I find this melody is best consumed straightforwardly from the film, so you can likewise partake in the furious cadence of roller skate clattering, and Gene Kelly applauding and reciting, before Newton-John's vocals plunge like the glorious dream she depicts in the film.

Have you never been mellow

A No 1 hit in the US, Have You Never Been Mellow flawlessly exhibits the clearness of Newton-John's voice. John Farrar, who worked with the artist broadly all through her vocation, puts his unique touch on the creation

A Little More Love

Pure Pop Harmony. It was consistently an enjoyment to hear Newton-John play out this one live despite everything hit that large number of high, high notes. I'm excited this one is beating out everyone else in the charts again.

Soul Kiss

A novel delicacy in Newton-John's backlist, Soul Kiss was the nominal single from her 1985 album. What Physical conveyed with a wink and a gesture, Soul Kiss took to the limit with a lustful energy

Don’t Stop Believin’

Another chart topper from 1976 that proceeded to describe Newton-John's good faith and way to deal with life. Don't Stop Believin' has a similar ethereal quality as I Honestly Love You, but is significantly seriously charming.

I Honestly Love You

The genuine of this melody, composed by Peter Allen and Jeff Barry, is that it feels so close, like Newton-John is singing it just to you. It's raw, it's delicate, it's defenseless and is conveyed with a plaintive caress. A classic for which she will be remembered.

Making a Good Thing Better

A remnant of the 1970s from the collection of similar name, this ditty with its Moog-y introduction and rich instrumental plans is an extravagance of everyone.

I Need Love

Tune in, this is somewhat of a profound cut for relaxed fanatics of Newton-John and I question this will make it on to some other top 10 records coursing, yet it's such a misjudged single and properly deserves a revival or possibly another listen.


A tune so hot Tina Turner declined to record it, Physical launched any last remnants of Newton-John's healthy picture that stayed from her fun 1974 Eurovision section Long Live Love and proclaimed another period of rehash.

Not Gonna Give Into It

As Newton-John's significant other John Easterling wrote in his recognition of his better half, music had forever been a recuperating force for her in troublesome times. Composed by Newton-John after her initial breast cancer diagnosis in 1992, this song was released on her profoundly private album Gaia.



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