I Think You Might Like It

Album: This Christmas (2012)
  • This newly roasted chestnut was written and produced by John Farrar as the sequel to John and Olivia's best-selling Pop song, "You're The One That I Want." Farrar also wrote and produced the iconic hit. "John Farrar was just as hard on me now as he was then," said Travolta. "We went for perfection on it."

    "It was really fun to do that," Newton-John added. "If it wasn't for that song, we wouldn't be here talking about it 30 years later."

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  • Seventhmist from 7th HeavenI nice bit a harmless nostalgia, but since it was a Christmas sequel to "Summer Nights," it should have been written to use the title "Winter Nights."
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