Olivia Newton-John performs “Come On Over” Live On Japan.

It peaked at #23 on the Billboard Hot 100 and was Newton-John's sixth #1 in a row on the Easy Listening chart, for one week in April 1976. "Come On Over" peaked at #5 on the US country chart and #3 in New Zealand.

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Come On Over (Cover LP 1976)
Come On Over (Cover LP 1976)

Is a ballad written by Barry and Robin Gibb and recorded by the Bee Gees for their album Main Course, with lead vocals by Robin, joined by Barry in the chorus of the song. A live version was recorded in Los Angeles during their Children of the World Tour and appeared on their first live album Here at Last…Bee Gees…Live. The song was more reminiscent of their older style compared to the new R&B sound of “Jive Talkin'” and “Nights on Broadway”. It would become a #1 adult contemporary hit for Olivia Newton-John in 1976.

In 1976 Olivia Newton-John’s recording of “Come On Over” was released as a single and also became the title track of her 1976 album. It peaked at #23 on the Billboard Hot 100 and was Newton-John’s sixth #1 in a row on the Easy Listening chart, for one week in April 1976. “Come On Over” peaked at #5 on the US country chart and #3 in New Zealand.

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Olivia Newton-John – Come On Over Lyrics

If my life gets like a jigsaw
With the pieces out of place
Come on over
Put a smile back on my face
And if all my bad days came at once
You would know just what to do
Come on over
Baby, you would see me through

And if you think I need you
Come on over
Bring your love around
You can dry away my tears
And if you think I need you
Come on over
Lay your body down
You know I will be here
So bring your love around

When I cannot see in front of me
And I know my darkest day
Come on over
You can take it all away

And if you think I need you
Come on over
Bring your love around
You can wipe away my tears
And if you think I need you
Come on over
Lay your body down
You know I will be here
So bring your love around

If you think
If you think I need you
Come on over

Come On Over (Single 1976)
Come On Over (Single 1976)