Olivia Newton-John is one of the best female country artists in the industry. Her talent and choice of music differ among others. On the other side, “Let Me Be There” became her very first Top 10 single on the U.S charts. In fact, the song became number six at the Billboard Hot 100. Also, the song was the reason for her for “Best Female Country Artist” at the Grammy Awards win.
Lend your ears and listen to “Let Me Be There” for it will remind you of the music of the 70s. The song also will tell you of the good old days of country music. Despite the new sounds of country music today, the song has the power to flash you back to yesterday. You will be hooked and it will make you want to listen to more of country songs.
Let Me Be There…
John Rostill wrote the words and lyrics of “Let Me Be There.” Olivia Newton-John initially recorded the song and was part of her album of the same name. Also, the song was released in November 1973. The song placed at number seven on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. It even placed at number three on the Billboard Adult Contemporary. Lastly, it settled at number six on the Billboard Hot 100.
Moreover, the song has been revised by country artists such as Elvis Presley, Tanya Tucker, and Melinda Schneider and Beccy Cole. On the other hand, Elvis always sings the song in many of his concerts. Most notably, his cover was documented on March 20, 1974, in his show at Memphis, Tennessee.
With a delicate and angelic voice, Olivia Newton-John can pierce our hearts through her songs. Also, she can make our eyes water with her soulful hits. Undoubtedly, she is the cup of tea of country music obsessives now and then.
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