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"Turn Me On" is a song by John D. Loudermilk that was first recorded and released by Mark Dinning in 1961, as the B-side to his single "Lonely Island." Other notable versions are by Nellie Rutherford and Nina Simone.[1] Norah Jones released her version as the last single from her debut album Come Away with Me. The song was also performed byShelby Dressel during her American Idol audition.[2] It has been suggested that the song influenced the composition of Leonard Cohen's 1969 song "Bird on the Wire".[3]

Norah Jones version[edit]Edit

Jones's cover was the seventh track on her debut album. This version also appeared in the movie Love Actually and is on its soundtrack.

Charts[edit]Edit

Chart (2004) Peak

position

Canadian Singles Chart 10
French Singles Chart 92

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