Victor Young credit in theme park music and "Peter Pan's song"


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I remember seeing a credit for Victor Young for something related to Peter Pan in either a parade or a fireworks show's music. And I recently got a cd called 100 Years of Peter Pan with a song called Peter Pan's Song credited to Lawrence/Young. Then I saw the sheet music which also has a credit for Oliver Wallace. Does anyone know how Victor Young was involved? And why does Wallace have a credit on the sheet music but not the recording? Also was this song deleted from the movie or written to be released as a record for promotional service. As a side not I'd like to ask the same question about all those Pinocchio songs such as Monstro the Whale, Honest John, Jiminy Cricket, Three Cheers for Anything, and Turn on That Old Music Box. Here's a link to the sheet music. Preview Peter Pan By Wallace/Lawrence/Young (RM.4333) - Sheet Music Plus And here's a link to info on the recording. The Sandpiper Singers* - Peter Pan's Song / Never Smile At A Crocodile