Peter Andre has penned a song for the movie 'Mr Peabody and Sherman' which is being released by Twentieth Century Fox.
Peter Andre has penned a song for the new Dreamworks animation 'Mr Peabody and Sherman'.
The 'Mysterious Girl' singer has written the track 'Kid' for the upcoming family comedy adventure, directed by 'The Lion King's' Rob Minkoff.
The song will feature as the end credit track on the film, which will be released by Twentieth Century Fox in the UK and Ireland on February 7, 2014.
Peter said: ''I saw an early cut of the film and loved it - it's a must-see for the entire family.
''It is great to be working on something that I can see with my children and I am so excited about this partnership.
'''Kid' is a song about the adventure of being a dad, the mischief, the fun, the exhausting joy of what kids bring, and it's very up-tempo to match.''
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