Lynn “Twinkle” Ripley, better known simply as “Twinkle,” was a pretty, blonde, green-eyed teenaged pop star of mid-60s Britain who never crossed over to U.S. popularity. 

Her biggest hit was “Terry,” a sappy, maudlin song she wrote herself. 

"Terry" was released on Decca on October 30 1964.

Twinkle recalled that Phil Coulter arranged and played piano, with guitarists Big Jim Sullivan and Jimmy Page, and either Andy White or Bobby Graham on drums for the session.