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I just can't get away from that Olivia Newton-John song. Not only does it, obviously, come up in reviews of the new Broadway musical of Xanadu (interestingly, the New York Post's reviewer compared the musical to Ishtar), but the song is also mentioned on last week's Chart Attack with Jason Hare ( )(he doesn't care so much for the song, but he likes to watch her sing it).


I know Olivia best in the parody of her by-- I don't remember-- who sang "Have You Never Been Perfect (Far Out and Right On!)" and called herself Olivia Nouveau-Riche. It was very funny. But I have a new appreciation for her today.

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