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  • Okay, so I feel the need to be very vocal about this because I feel this cause is NOT getting enough attention than it deserves (in my opinion). This forum thread is to specifically state (and discuss) reasons why Tink should have a song composed for her.

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    • I agree, Tinker Bell should sing. The Secret of the Wings would have been the perfect time for a sister song between Tinker Bell and Periwinkle.

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    • But I feel that there's some sort of "reinforced stereotype" amongst the fairies in regards to which talent guild they're from. That means, tinker fairies, or light fairies, water fairies, etc. can't sing because they aren't "storytelling-talent" or "music talent" fairies and it wouldn't suit their "talent guild". A very stupid rule that should be broken.

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    • That would work.

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    • I don't think that's why they've never sung.

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    • The only time a fairy has sung, is, um... oh yeah! Lyria sang. And she wasn't even a music talent fairy! Why would she sing if she wasn't a music talent? So I think Tinker Bell should sing! Note to script writers for the new Tinker Bell movie (if you even read this) MAKE TINKER BELL SING!

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    • But if you look at the coment by EpixAndroid above you can see that story-talent fairies can sing because it's part of their talent.

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    • Good point.

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    • Trill13 wrote:
      The only time a fairy has sung, is, um... oh yeah! Lyria sang. And she wasn't even a music talent fairy! Why would she sing if she wasn't a music talent? So I think Tinker Bell should sing! Note to script writers for the new Tinker Bell movie (if you even read this) MAKE TINKER BELL SING!

      ...And if you've ever noticed, when the music fairies do appear on-screen, they usually are in some sort of orchestra, adding backround music for whatever they are performing.

      Sadly, fans can't submit content to Disney asking for a song, but I couldn't see why you couldn't send them a letter asking why they've never given Tink a singing role on-screen. I'm even happy if she sings a couple of wrong notes and admits that the cannot sing at all, as she'd be the first iconic Disney character to admit not being able to do so.

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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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    • PeterPanFan wrote:
      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 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!

      Finally you found this forum thread! Thank you! I think that's a really good idea. However, I'd hate to rain on your parade, but Disney won't accept any material unless if you bother to hire an agent (aka a pain in the neck). But I couldn't see why you can't send a letter to The Walt Disney Studios asking why they haven't given Tink a song. (Just make sure that you don't send a song fully composed, though!)

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    • That was not what I meant. I wrote that I wanted to become a film writer for Disney so that they can accept the idea. I am sure I will have an agent by that time.

      By the way, I just discovered something. Remember the song "To the Fairies They Draw Near, Part 1"? The lilting lyrics might explain a thing or two: "They join their hands and sing their songs that nary a soul can hear." Hmmm...

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    • And they have Raven-Symone to voice Iradessa, Jesse McCartney to be Terence's Voice Actor, other various Disney Channel stars, people from the cast of the NBC sitcom Smash, and still the only one that they let them sing on-screen is Lyria. What a waste of talent right there!!!!

      I hope nobody minds if I change the forum thread topics, as it can only have 4 possible assigned topics at a time.

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    • Yes, and they also had Kristin Chenoweth to voice Rosetta in the first three films. All that was plain wasteful!!!

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    • Guess what? The Pirate Fairy's gonna be a musical! Yay!!! I guess my wish of Tinker Bell singing will come true...

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    • EpixAndroid wrote:
      Guess what? The Pirate Fairy's gonna be a musical! Yay!!! I guess my wish of Tinker Bell singing will come true...
      • raises hand happily* High-five, girlfiend!!!!!!! :)
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    • I heard that! Sounds like our wish has come true!! I hope the singing won't all be offscreen. We'll just have to watch it and see. But anyway, I'd like to make a toast to all of us for simply putting ourselves out there. One thing to remember about the Internet: you never know who might read your type. Cheers!!!

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    • PeterPanFan wrote: 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!


      Interesting idea, including Margaret. You could make it so that she was born with an ability to understand fairies, and because of that (insert villain here) wants to use her or something, so Tinkerbell tries to hide her in Neverland or something...

      Or maybe I'm just bored.

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    • PeterPanFan wrote:
      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!


      Yeah, good idea!

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    • tinkerbell doesn't need a song if they arnt going to make a television series in my opinion

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    • Greenfoot1 wrote:
      tinkerbell doesn't need a song if they arnt going to make a television series in my opinion


      I don't know, they already have a TV series where she could possibly appear in. Plus the song would only fit in a film, maybe.

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    • I like having some Disney characters who don't sing.

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    • Heinz Ketchup  i like having some Disney characters who dont sing.   i agree..But i think they should sing a song they will song so awesome....

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    • Heinz Ketchup wrote:
      I like having some Disney characters who don't sing.


      I agree!

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    • JinelleBoss wrote:
      Heinz Ketchup

      i like having some Disney characters who dont sing.   i agree..But i think they should sing a song they will song so awesome....

      Aye! Tinker Bell is one of very few Disney mascots along with Mickey and friends, Jiminy Cricket and Winnie the Pooh, but unlike all of them, she has never sung! If she had a song, it would be a showstopper.

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    • We know PeterPan that is what we are saying "NOt All Disney Characters Sing" 

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    • tinker bell is kind of weird...

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    • Greenfoot1 said......:

      tinkerbell is kind of werid.....


      She is not werid its maybe the fact that you dont like her... Cause i like her sister more than her Silvermist...Tinkerbell character is kinda boring cause she is always the star in the movie or to it is always named "Tinkerbell"...Rightfully the show is always about her..

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    • JinelleBoss wrote:
      Greenfoot1 said......:

      tinkerbell is kind of werid.....


      She is not werid its maybe the fact that you dont like her... Cause i like her sister more than her Silvermist...Tinkerbell character is kinda boring cause she is always the star in the movie or to it is always named "Tinkerbell"...Rightfully the show is always about her..


      Why are you rewriting past posts instead of using the quote button?

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    • cause.... i did not know abou the Quote button soooooo i just rewrited it

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    • JinelleBoss wrote:
      cause i feel to rewrite it problem?


      Wouldn't it make more sense and take less time to use the quote button? Plus when you rewrite the posts, you could easily change around what someone else wrote.

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    • okies well then..... i learnt something i guess

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    • EpixAndroid wrote:

      PeterPanFan wrote:
      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 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!

      Finally you found this forum thread! Thank you! I think that's a really good idea. However, I'd hate to rain on your parade, but Disney won't accept any material unless if you bother to hire an agent (aka a pain in the neck). But I couldn't see why you can't send a letter to The Walt Disney Studios asking why they haven't given Tink a song. (Just make sure that you don't send a song fully composed, though!)

      . All that you wrote is a great idea! But I would like for Wendy to be still a young adult in Peter Pan 3 and that Jane and Peter could end up together. I also would like Queen Clarion to forgive Tinker Bell for what she has done and to let her come to Pixie Hollow once in a while. The Disney Fairies should also speak and sing for the film and who knows if they meet Peter Pan and they hit on him.
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    • Tinker Bell and the other fairies should also sing in the final film of the Disney Fairies movies. In that way the franchise should conclude the movies and have a giant word above them, advertising TINKER BELL, meaning that this is the last film in the series

      And that is where the movie Peter Pan 3 comes out (if there is one)

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    • Thank you for your suggestion, 702085, but I would rather have Jane as a grown woman than a young adult. She can't end up together with Peter Pan; both she and her mother Wendy had feelings for Peter but never could have been with him forever. And besides, Margaret is the whole reason why I was inspired. Queen Clarion will allow Tinker Bell to live in Pixie Hollow sometimes. When the fairies speak, their classic bell tinkling will be heard only when the shot is not from their perspective. In the final musical number, all the main fairies will have a chance to sing. Characters from both Peter Pan spinoffs - Fairies and Jake and the Never Land Pirates - will interact with the Peter Pan characters while still moving the story along. I have chosen a working title for this film: Peter Pan and the Third Generation.

      Legend of the NeverBeast will probably be the last of the Fairies movies. But there can still be a few more movies, books or maybe even video games to fill in some long gaps. For example: Periwinkle is a major character in the films, but why is she not in the books? What happened to her? There should be a story (in the form of a book, video game or movie) in which Tink and friends set out to find Peri! If an unanswered question remains unanswered, then I will create an answer!

      There's just two requirements I want to meet with any sequel: Make it professional, not fan-made. And write some original films before making any sequels.

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    • I meant that Wendy be still an adult and Jane be still a teenager. As if the Peter Pan 3 movie would take 4 months later. Sometimes the stories could change and could make Peter Pan and Jane be together, as if the movie is not compared with the J.M Barrie books.

      And I understand that you prefer to have Jane to grow up and that Margaret may end up with Peter Pan. But I have to leave that to Disney if they can make your or my idea of Peter Pan 3 in the future.

      Yes I will make my own animated movies in the future when I'm ready to become a producer, because right now I'm in high school

      And one question: Are you even a Disney producer, may I ask?

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    • No, I am not a Disney producer. But I would like to be. We'll just have to wait and see whose Peter Pan 3 idea they like better, so let's not start an argument here.

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    • Oh, okay I'm sorry. I meant no disrespect. I was just only trying to help

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    • Oh and if Peter Pan and Jane were to be together, what if there is another boy interested in Jane? and then Peter and that boy would clash into a fight for her, you know, like a love triangle? And what if that boy also works for Captain Hook? (If that happens)

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    • Look alive, mateys!

      There's a new video on Disney.com called "Tink'n About Animals". In the video, Fawn sings a song about groups of animals. When I saw it, I could not believe my eyes or ears! Fawn is not a storytelling or other music fairy, yet she sings! So, the "reinforced stereotype" myth is BUSTED!

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    • YAAAAAY!! Finally a main character from the Disney Fairies movies who can really sing! This is so unbelievable!

      And what about the other fairies and Tinker Bell? Do they sing too besides Fawn?

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    • No, not yet.

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    • I wish they can soon. We may still have a final Tinker Bell movie where Tink could finally meet Peter Pan.

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