Roger Ferris
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"Roger Ferris" is a United Kingdom/British pop music composer, who wrote a Top 40/Top 30 United Kingdom/UK record chart/chart hit single in 1975 for the British band Arrows (British band)/Arrows, entitled "My Last Night With You." The song was record producer/produced by Mickie Most on his RAK Records/RAK record label/label. "My Last Night With You" was also a top 30 chart hit in European territories as recorded by Arrows.

Ferris wrote two more songs for the Arrows, "Hard Hearted" and "Broken Down Heart", both released in 1975 in the UK and Europe. "Broken Down Heart" was the A-side and B-side/B-side of the first version of "I Love Rock 'n' Roll" (later made famous in the USA by Joan Jett & The Blackhearts in 1981). In 1979, Ferris went on to co-write with Glo Macari a further two international hits for RAK. These were "Boy Oh Boy" recorded by Racey, also produced by Most, Smokie (band)/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 (film)/"On the Buses" theme tune/theme song.

Ferris was also a audio engineering/sound engineer on sound recording and reproduction/recordings by The Beatles at Abbey Road Studios in the late 1960s.

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