"Livin' Like John Travolta" as written by Robi Rosa and Desmond Child....
Let's get Ricky with it.
He's into aviation and scientology.
He's been my fascination ever since that movie Grease.
It's become an addiction I get the fever every Saturday night

For urban cowboy and pulp fiction, boy in the bubble makes me cry.
Phenomenon and face off earned him critical acclaim.
I'd love to live his crazy life, have his fortune and his fame
And a few of his old flames.

Hair blowed up way out livin' like John Travolta
Bee Gees turned up loud, livin' like John Travolta,
Buy my own leer jet if I wasn't so broka.
Known all over town livin' like John Travolta.

Wish I was john Travolta livin' like John Travolta Ah, ah, ah, ah-choo
Tried to make it in New York city just like ole Johnny did
I got a part in a bad big movie that film was a piece of sh(bleep).
Welcome Back Kotter Barbarino was his name.

With Horshack, Juan, Washington those sweat hogs were insane,
But I love him just the same.
But no. High school I dropped out livin' like john Travolta.
Put on a few pounds livin' like John Travolta.

Named my first son jeb my wife thinks I've gone loca
All I talk about is livin' like John Travolta
Wish I was john Travolta living like John Travolta.
His last name means high voltage,

There's greased lightening in his pants.
Quentin Tarantino pulled his career out of the drain
Maybe he could do the same, for me.
Pants legs flared way out. Livin' like john Travolta.

Burned the dance floor down living like john Travolta.
Films are never bound more hits than Sammy Sosa.
I am all about livin' like John Travolta,
Wish I was John Travolta livin' like John Travolta.


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"Livin' Like John Travolta" as written by Robi Rosa Desmond Child

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