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Billie Eilish's James Bond song No Time To Die had to be approved by Daniel Craig

Tamworth Herald Tuesday, 18 February 2020
Billie Eilish's James Bond song No Time To Die had to be approved by Daniel CraigFinneas O'Connell, the singer's sibling and co-writer, told BBC Breakfast that Craig "had to like it.
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