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When I grow older (growing up is optional, but growing old is mandatory), I want to be a filmwriter, musician, and actor. To prepare for it and pass the time, I'm writing a "threequel" to ''Peter Pan''. It will center around Wendy's granddaughter, Margaret, who is mentioned at the end of J. M. Barrie's book, ''Peter Pan''. Unlike ''Peter Pan'' and ''Return to Neverland'', Tinker Bell will speak like she does in her own movies. And yes, it will be a musical. I can't reveal too much, but I can tell you this: One of the songs '''''will''''' be sung by Tinker Bell. And here's my idea for her musical number. In the song, she is revealing her backstory: why she left Pixie Hollow, how she met Peter Pan, why she came back to the Hollow, how she discovered the ultimate power of pixie dust, that Queen Clarion accused her and banished her for wrongly using the dust, and that she is responsible for Peter's permanent ability to fly and understand fairies. (Whew!)
 
When I grow older (growing up is optional, but growing old is mandatory), I want to be a filmwriter, musician, and actor. To prepare for it and pass the time, I'm writing a "threequel" to ''Peter Pan''. It will center around Wendy's granddaughter, Margaret, who is mentioned at the end of J. M. Barrie's book, ''Peter Pan''. Unlike ''Peter Pan'' and ''Return to Neverland'', Tinker Bell will speak like she does in her own movies. And yes, it will be a musical. I can't reveal too much, but I can tell you this: One of the songs '''''will''''' be sung by Tinker Bell. And here's my idea for her musical number. In the song, she is revealing her backstory: why she left Pixie Hollow, how she met Peter Pan, why she came back to the Hollow, how she discovered the ultimate power of pixie dust, that Queen Clarion accused her and banished her for wrongly using the dust, and that she is responsible for Peter's permanent ability to fly and understand fairies. (Whew!)
   
You know how some Disney songs like "[[Heffalumps and Woozles]]", "[[I Just Can't Wait to Be King]]" and "[[Almost There]]" are sung in a psychadelic, surreal environment? That's what I want with Tinker Bell's song! And unlike the soft country-pop feel to most of the ''Disney Fairies'' songs, this one will be way more intense. '''It will be jazzy! It will be groovy! It will be catchy! It will be spectacular! And you will be dancing!'''
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You know how some Disney songs like "[[Heffalumps and Woozles]]", "[[I Just Can't Wait to Be King]]" and "[[Almost There]]" are sung in a psychedelic, surreal environment? That's what I want with Tinker Bell's song! And unlike the soft country-pop feel to most of the ''Disney Fairies'' songs, this one will be way more intense. '''It will be jazzy! It will be groovy! It will be catchy! It will be spectacular! And you will be dancing!'''

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I have an amazing idea for Tink! But before I can tell you that story, I have to tell you this one. And this is not fan fiction:

When I grow older (growing up is optional, but growing old is mandatory), I want to be a filmwriter, musician, and actor. To prepare for it and pass the time, I'm writing a "threequel" to Peter Pan. It will center around Wendy's granddaughter, Margaret, who is mentioned at the end of J. M. Barrie's book, Peter Pan. Unlike Peter Pan and Return to Neverland, Tinker Bell will speak like she does in her own movies. And yes, it will be a musical. I can't reveal too much, but I can tell you this: One of the songs will be sung by Tinker Bell. And here's my idea for her musical number. In the song, she is revealing her backstory: why she left Pixie Hollow, how she met Peter Pan, why she came back to the Hollow, how she discovered the ultimate power of pixie dust, that Queen Clarion accused her and banished her for wrongly using the dust, and that she is responsible for Peter's permanent ability to fly and understand fairies. (Whew!)

You know how some Disney songs like "Heffalumps and Woozles", "I Just Can't Wait to Be King" and "Almost There" are sung in a psychedelic, surreal environment? That's what I want with Tinker Bell's song! And unlike the soft country-pop feel to most of the Disney Fairies songs, this one will be way more intense. It will be jazzy! It will be groovy! It will be catchy! It will be spectacular! And you will be dancing!

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