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The Marine's Hymn
(©1919) (uncredited)
Music based on a melody by Jacques Offenbach from his opera "Genevieve de Brabant" (1859)
Lyrics by unknown marine (ca 1874) and probably Henry C. Davis (1911) and unknown others
Sung by Lawrence Tibbett
Reprised by him and other marines in Cuba
Reprised again by marching marines in WWI
A Hot Time in the Old Town
(1896) (uncredited)
Music by Theo. A. Metz
In the score briefly in a San Francisco scene
Tramps at Sea
(1931) (uncredited)
Music and Lyrics by Herbert Stothart, Jimmy McHugh (as James McHugh) and Dorothy Fields
Sung by Lawrence Tibbett
Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean
(1843) (uncredited)
Music by David T. Shaw
In the score as ships head to Cuba
Anchors Aweigh
(1906) (uncredited)
Music by Charles A. Zimmerman
In the score with the Panama Canal title
El Manisero (The Peanut Vendor)
(1929) (uncredited)
Music and Spanish Lyrics by Moïse Simons
Sung a cappella by Lupe Velez in Spanish
Sung by Lawrence Tibbett in Spanish
Reprised in Spanish at a New York nightclub with Ernesto Lecuona and the Palau Brothers' Cuban Orchestra
Spanish Song
(uncredited)
Composer unknown
Sung and danced by Lupe Velez at the carnival with Ernesto Lecuona and the Palau Brothers' Cuban Orchestra
Go to Sleep My Baby
(uncredited)
Traditional nursery song
Sung a cappella by Ernest Torrence
Hummed by Jimmy Durante
The Cuban Love Song
(1931) (uncredited)
Music and Lyrics by Herbert Stothart, Jimmy McHugh (as James McHugh) and Dorothy Fields
Sung by Lawrence Tibbett
Reprised by him and Lupe Velez
Reprised again as a split screen duet by Tibbett with himself
You're in the Army Now
(uncredited)
Traditional
Sung by marching marines
K-K-K-Katy
(1918) (uncredited)
Written by Geoffrey O'Hara
Sung by marching marines
London Bridge is Falling Down
(1888) (uncredited)
Traditional nursery song
Sung a cappella and danced by Lawrence Tibbett, Ernest Torrence and Jimmy Durante

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