Listen to LET ME BE THERE by Olivia Newton-John.
Australia's greatest export in a country stylee. This was her first big international hit (I say international because who knows what she was up to down under before this), and as everyone knows, she got her start as a kind of watered down Linda Rondstadt/John Denver countryish songstress. Let Me Be There was so big it hit top 10 in the U.S. pop charts, and so good that it won a Grammy. Oh, and Elvis loved the song and sang it repeatedly.
Readers may detect a bit of snark today, and I really should do better. I'm listening to the song, though, and it sounds exactly like a different song and my failure to pin it down is making me irritable. That, and those brain-piercing synth strings and the totally, totally odd bass vocalist she's singing with. This isn't from Australia, it's from an earworm factory.
17th Street (4)House on 21st Street.