The writing credits to ‘Don’t Go Breaking My Heart’ are attributed to pseudonyms ‘Ann Orson’ and ‘Carte Blanche’ — Elton John and Bernie Taupin’s play on the expression “an horse and carte, blanche”. The song is a tribute to the classic Motown/Tamla duets that featured artists such as Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell or Kim Weston. The 1976 single was never included on one of John’s albums (until the 1977 ‘Greatest Hits: Volume II’) but had #1 success on the UK singles charts upon its release. The duet features Elton and his singing partner Kiki Dee in a bouncy, fun love song. The number is a ladies favorite and Karoeke stalwart — a must for any function group!