‘The End’: The songwriters who inspired ‘Star Wars’ lyrics

“There’s something so wonderful about the idea that this whole story is about this single woman, Carrie Fisher.

And we get to do this and I feel like we’re just going to be able to create this universe, and this character and we can just let her go, because this is her story.

I think it’s amazing, and it’s beautiful to be a part of this.” 

And it’s not just because Fisher is such an iconic figure for all Star Wars fans.

She was also a woman who gave birth to a child that was born with a cystic fibrosis diagnosis.

In fact, her son was born after her death.

Fisher herself had a son with a rare genetic condition.

“That’s what I call her ‘baby girl’ because she was such a little girl and she was the only girl born with cystic Fibrosis,” Fisher told ABC News in 2011.

“I don’t know how you would describe her to anyone, but she was like a princess.”

“She’s just so special.

She’s so special,” said producer and composer John Williams.

“She’s so smart.

She is so wonderful.

She has a heart of gold.

She can sing like she’s singing in a church choir.

She just has that infectious smile and it was just a beautiful thing to do.”