Eighth wonder = eighth wonder エイス・ワンダー cross my heart = クロス・マイ・ハート
In late 1984, Nigel Davis left to start the band 'Slipstream' and keyboard player Alex Godson joined the band. They renamed themselves Eighth Wonder and Patsy Kensit began to write songs for the band.  Their first gig as Eighth Wonder was in November 1984 in Wimbledon, London and further gigs followed. It was at one of these that Steve Wooley, co-owner of Palace Films, and director Julien Temple offered Patsy Kensit the role of 'Crepe Suzette' in their 1986 movie musical Absolute Beginners .  Eighth Wonder contributed a song to the soundtrack.