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Dennis Lee (b. 1939) is a Canadian poet and author perhaps best known for the children's collection Alligator Pie and the overtly political Civil Elegies, for which he won a prestigious Governor General's Award. With friend and composer Phil Balsam, Lee wrote the lyrics for most of the songs used on Fraggle Rock. He also wrote lyrics for The Tale of the Bunny Picnic and Muppet Classic Theater, and worked on the screenplay for Labyrinth.
The credits of The Dark Crystal includes mention of Lee. In an interview with the Toronto Star, Lee was asked why the thanks. "It's because of my pretty face. They were impressed with my elbow. I had no intention of going public about this." He later explained that Henson was on the Fraggle set during the summer of 1981, and unpleased with dialogue at some part of the film. Lee changed some words, and did ADR.
The University of Toronto Libraries includes his archival fonds, known as the "Lee Papers"; it includes numerous scripts, draft lyrics of "Song for Kira", 10 boxes of Fraggle Rock material, and revisions of songs for the animated series.
- "All Around the World"
- "Bunny Go High and Go Low"
- "Bunny Stew"
- "Drum of Time"
- "Fraggle Rock Theme"
- "Rumble Bug Hum"
- "Follow Me"
- "I Had a Dream"
- "Muck and Goo"
- "Sing That Law Again"
- "The Story Show"
- "Wemblin' Fool"
- "Sweet Vacation"
- ↑ Sid Adilman, "Children's author, Fraggle Rocker", The Toronto Star, 18 December 1982, F3.