Elton John and his family create adorable Halloween 'Crocodile Rock' TikTok
Soon, Fleetwood Mac's "Dreams" might not be the only No. 1 hit of the '70s to go viral on TikTok - not if Elton John has something to say about it.
In honor of Halloween, the music legend created his own TikTok video in which he syncs with his original 1972 recording of "Crocodile Rock" while wearing a sparkling purple jacket, ruffled shirt, sunglasses and giant pompadour -Wig wears.
As he sings, John plays a piano that is adorned with pumpkins, skulls, cobwebs, and other creepy items.
When he gets to the part of the song that says "La, la la la la," his husband David Furnish and their sons Zachary and Elijah appear. Furnish wears a replica of John's iconic sequined Dodgers uniform that he wore for his shows at Dodgers Stadium 45 years ago while the boys are dressed up as little crocodiles.
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Furnish uploaded the video, "Hallowe’en Crocodile Rocking with the F-J Family ??" reposted on Instagram.
To date, more than 50 additional videos have been created on TikTok using the "Crocodile Rock" clip from John's original video. In some people show off their own costumes while others praise John's. One young woman stated, "This is the best TikTok ever made."
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All these streams add up, of course: "Dreams" made it into the top 20 of the Billboard charts for the first time since 1977.
Stay tuned to see if the same thing happens to Crocodile Rock.
Elton John and his family create the adorable Halloween 'Crocodile Rock' TikTok, which originally appeared on goodmorningamerica.com
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