John Farnham - You're The Voice

About "You're The Voice"

"You're the Voice" is a song recorded by the Australian singer John Farnham released in 1986, which became an immediate hit in Australia as well as several European countries, the United Kingdom, and Ireland. It was released as a single in September 1986 ahead of his album Whispering Jack, and was written by Andy Qunta, Keith Reid, Maggie Ryder, and Chris Thompson.

In the United States, the song is perhaps best known for a charting version issued in 1991 by the band Heart. It was also recorded by The Alan Parsons Project, featuring Chris Thompson on vocals, and performed by them at the World Liberty Concert in the Netherlands in May 1995. It climbed the charts in Australia again in 2012 after being used in a TV advert.

From early September 2023, Farnham's song was used in a video advert to advocate for the unsuccessful "Yes" campaign in the 2023 Australian Indigenous Voice referendum.

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