Cut Across Shorty

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"Cut Across Shorty"
Eddie Cochran Cut Across Shorty F-55242.jpg
Single by Eddie Cochran
from the album The Eddie Cochran Memorial Album
A-side "Three Steps to Heaven"
Released March 1960
Format 7" 45rpm
Genre Rock and roll
Label Liberty 55242
Songwriter(s) Marijohn Wilkin, Wayne P. Walker
Producer(s) Snuff Garrett
Eddie Cochran singles chronology
"Hallelujah, I Love Her So"
(1959)
"Cut Across Shorty"
(1960)
"Lonely"
(1960)
"Hallelujah, I Love Her So"
(1959)
"Cut Across Shorty"
(1960)
"Lonely"
(1960)

"Cut Across Shorty" is a song written by Marijohn Wilkin and Wayne P. Walker,[1] made popular by Eddie Cochran. It was the B-side of his number 1 UK hit "Three Steps To Heaven".

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Rod Stewart version[edit]

"Cut Across Shorty" was also recorded by Rod Stewart for his 1970 album Gasoline Alley, with Ronnie Wood playing several instruments. In 1993, Stewart reunited with Wood for a session of MTV Unplugged. During the session they recorded a version of "Cut Across Shorty" which was included on the album Unplugged...and Seated.

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