After Peter and Hook reunited after an unspecified amount of time, seeing each other, they begin to sing about how they feel about each other.
Captain Hook: So this is what I think of you
You're as welcome as a bilge rat in my stew
Now Never Land belongs to me
Peter Pan: Well, I've never heard a codfish try to sing
Captain Hook: So you've returned, now go away
Captain Hook is at the helm and here to stay
Peter Pan: Now looky here, imagine that
A barnacle in a feather hat
Captain Hook: Oh blast you, Peter Pan
You're a pompous popinjay, always getting in my way
Peter Pan: Oh crooked Captain Hook
If only you'd play fair instead of blasting everywhere
Captain Hook: Always tugging at my coat
Peter Pan: You're a greedy billy goat
Captain Hook: You always ruin my fun
Peter Pan: Because you steal from everyone
Captain Hook: Pesky swab
Peter Pan: Scurvy dog
Captain Hook: Oh blast you Peter Pan!
- The song is meant to reflect their hatred relationship and as the song progresses, they become more and more aggravated with one another.
- This song reveals that Captain Hook had intended on taking over Never Land in the wake of Peter's absence, prompting Peter Pan to find a team of pirates to keep him at bay.