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Olivia Newton-John Songs download Olivia Newton-John Songs , read online Olivia Newton-John Songs , kindle ebook Olivia Newton-John Songs , Olivia Newton-John Songs 3a6faf4a95a3 Please Note That The Content Of This Book Primarily Consists Of Articles Available From Wikipedia Or Other Free Sources Online Commentary Music And Lyrics Not Included Pages 103 Not Illustrated Chapters Don T Cry For Me Argentina, You Re The One That I Want, Physical, Take Me Home, Country Roads, I Honestly Love You, Xanadu, Jolene, What Is Life, He Ain T Heavy, He S My Brother, Hopelessly Devoted To You, Summer Nights, Have You Never Been Mellow, Banks Of The Ohio, Magic, Please Mr Please, If Not For You, Every Face Tells A Story, Suddenly, Let Me Be There, Sam, If You Love Me, Make A Move On Me, Long Live Love, Tied Up, Twist Of Fate, Let It Shine, A Little More Love Excerpt Don T Cry For Me Argentina Is The Best Known Song From The 1978 Musical Evita With Music By Andrew Lloyd Webber And Lyrics By Tim Rice Sung By The Title Character Eva Peron, It Was Titled Its Only Your Lover Returning Before Rice Settled On The Eventual Name It Appears Early In The Second Act As Evita Addresses The Crowd From The Balcony Of The Casa Rosada And Features A Sweeping Melody Tied To Broad Emotional Themes Of Regret And Defiance, Characteristic Of Lloyd Webbers Most Popular Songs The Song Shares Its Tune With Oh What A Circus From The Same Show The Musical Evita Began Life As An Album, Before Ever Taking Form On The British Stage Julie Covington First Sang Dont Cry For Me Argentina For The Original 1976 Studio Release The Single With The Julie Covington Recording Reached No.1 In The UK Singles Chart In February 1977 For A Week, Selling Almost A Million Copies In The UK Alone Initially There Had Been Concerns That The Song Sounded A Little Too Boring For Commercial Chart Success Despite Being Considered To Be The Best Song To Promote The Album There Was So Much Concern That Julie Covington Even Recorded A Version With Alternative Lines However, In The End The Original Version Was Released For The Single The B Side Was Rainbow High When Madonna Covere