These 11 Olivia Newton-John Songs Are The Most Downloaded

Olivia Newton-John and her sudden death on August 8 caused fans to download her music in staggering numbers.

According to Kworb.net, Newton-John currently has 11 of the 20 most downloaded songs on iTunes in the United States. On top of that, seven of the top 20 albums downloaded from iTunes in the US are Newton-John albums. The soundtrack of Fat is currently at the top of this chart.

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Newton-John is no stranger to hits. She had 40 songs on the board Billboard Hot 100 in his career. Of these songs, 27 of them were top 40 hits, and five of them went to number 1. These number one hits were 1974’s “I Honestly Love You”, “Have You Never Been Mellow” from 1975, 1978’s “You’re the One.” That I Want” (with John Travolta), 1980s “Magic” and 1981’s “Physical.”

So what tunes are fans looking for to honor the pop star/actress? Scroll below to see which Newton-John songs are seeing a surge in downloads and where they’re charting!

  • ‘Summer Nights’

    Currently sits at #18 on the iTunes charts in the United States.

  • ‘Suddenly’

    Currently sits at #17 on the iTunes charts in the United States.

  • “A Little More Love”

    Currently sits at #16 on the iTunes charts in the United States.

  • ‘Xanadu’

    Currently sits at #15 on the iTunes charts in the United States.

  • ‘I love you, honestly’

    Currently sits at number 10 on the iTunes charts in the United States.

  • ‘Physical’

    Currently sits at #8 on the iTunes charts in the United States.

  • “Have You Ever Been Sweet”

    Currently sits at #7 on the iTunes charts in the United States.

  • “Let Me Be There”

    Currently sits at #6 on the iTunes charts in the United States.

  • ‘You are the one I want’

    Currently sits at #4 on the iTunes charts in the United States.

  • ‘Magic’

    Currently sits at number two on the iTunes charts in the United States.

  • “Hopelessly Devoted to You”

    Currently sits at No. 1 on the iTunes charts in the United States.