Can I Trust Your Arms

Album: Stronger Than Before (2005)


  • This song was written by 19-year-old Chloe Lattanzi, the daughter of Olivia Newton-John, for her mother as a present, and recorded by Olivia on a CD exclusively sold at Hallmark stores for Breast Cancer Awareness month (October 2005) for the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    James - Minneapolis, MN

Comments: 2

  • Natalie from Lurgan, EuropeThis is the first song I have from ONJ in a long time that I really like. I have always loved her music since her early days long before Grease and up till Soul Kiss. Then it all got a bit boring and to be honest the music that she wrote herself has never been that great (I think). But this song is really good and in fact the album isnt bad. I just hope she cuts back on the plastic surgery and makes more music like this. I would also love to know if anyone has any info on her ever touring the uk?
  • James from Minneapolis, MnFor the first time ever, Olivia plays piano on stage dfor this song in her current (2005) Stronger Than Before tour
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