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Orsa Lia, born in Virginia, is a female singer. She recorded some jingles for television commercials in the 1970s before signing on with an upstart record label, Infinity Records, in the late 1970s.
She is best known for the song "I Never Said I Love You", which was written and produced by Hal David and Archie Jordan. David had been a longtime collaborator with Burt Bacharach on may well-known songs, most notably for singer Dionne Warwick. Although "I Never Said I Love You" only reached #84 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in April of 1979, the song did spend one week at #1 on the Billboard Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks chart that same month. It was Lia's only song to reach the music charts in the United States.
Later in 1979, Lia recorded a duet with singer Dobie Gray, who was also signed to Infinity Records. However, by this time the label was in dire financial straits, and it wound up folding and becoming a part of its parent company, MCA Records.