Talk:Cross Your Heart

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The following was moved from the article; "This Entry is incorrect "Cross your Heart" was written by Ted O'Neill under the Pseudonym Paul Lyttle which is registered with PRS/MCPS in London by Ted O'Neill. It was published by Bardes Music in Ireland and United Artists for the rest of the World. Check with any of the above to verify these facts." Anyone interested can check the history of the article for when and by whom it was posted. Cheers. LessHeard vanU 21:30, 13 July 2007 (UTC)