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A Little More Love (Olivia Newton-John song)

"A Little More Love"
B-side "Borrowed Time"
Released 1978
Format 7" vinyl
Genre Pop rock
Length 3:29
Label MCA, EMI
Writer(s) John Farrar
Producer John Farrar
Certification Gold (US)[1]
Olivia Newton-John singles chronology

"Hopelessly Devoted to You"
(1978)
"A Little More Love"
(1978)
"Deeper Than the Night"
(1978)

A Little More Love was lead single by English-born Australian pop singer Olivia Newton-John 1978 album Totally Hot. It was a worldwide Top 10 hit single, peaked at #4 in UK and #3 in US, during the winter of 1978-79. Billboard magazine ranked it as the 17th most popular song of 1979.[2]

The song appeared on 2006 animated horror/comedy film Monster House.

Charts

Chart (1978-9) Peak
position
Australian ARIA Singles Chart 9
Belgium [3] 5
Canadian RPM 100 Singles [4] 4
Canadian Hot Adult Contemporany Tracks [5] 5
New Zealand RIANZ Singles Chart [6] 8
U.S. Billboard Hot 100 [7] 3
U.S. Billboard Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks [7] 4
UK Singles Chart [8] 4

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