|"Cut Across Shorty"|
|Single by Eddie Cochran|
|from the album The Eddie Cochran Memorial Album|
|A-side||"Three Steps to Heaven"|
|Genre||Rock and roll, country, bluegrass|
|Songwriter(s)||Marijohn Wilkin, Wayne P. Walker|
|Eddie Cochran singles chronology|
"Cut Across Shorty" is a song written by Marijohn Wilkin and Wayne P. Walker,  made popular by Eddie Cochran. It was the b-side of his number 1 UK hit "Three Steps To Heaven" and the last song he ever recorded.
|"Cours plus vite Charlie"|
|Single by Johnny Hallyday|
|Songwriter(s)|| Marijohn Wilkin, Wayne P. Walker|
Long Chris (French lyrics)
|Johnny Hallyday singles chronology|
The song was covered in French by Johnny Hallyday. His version (titled "Cours plus vite Charlie") was released in 1968 and spent two weeks at no. 1 on the singles sales chart in France (from 9 to 20 November).  In Wallonia (French Belgium) his single spent 18 weeks on the chart, peaking at number 9. 
7" single Philips B 370 743 F (France, etc.)
|Belgium (Ultratop 50 Wallonia) ||9|
|France (singles sales) ||1|
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