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Roger Ferris is a British pop music composer, who wrote
a Top 30 UK chart hit single in 1975 for the band Arrows, entitled "My Last Night With You." The song was produced
by Mickie Most on his RAK label.
Ferris wrote two more songs for the Arrows, "Hard Hearted"
and "Broken Down Heart", both released in 1975. "Broken Down Heart" was the B-side of the first version
of "I Love Rock 'n' Roll" (made famous by Joan Jett & The Blackhearts). In 1979, Ferris went on to co-write
a further two international hits for RAK. These were "Boy Oh Boy" recorded by Racey, also produced by Most, Smokie
recorded "Babe It's Up To You". Both songs charted in various territories throughout Europe. Prior to his association
with RAK, Ferris was the lyricist for the 1970s comedy film "On the Buses" theme song.
Ferris was also a sound engineer on recordings by The Beatles at Abbey Road Studios in the late 1960s.