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(1942)

Soundtracks

I'll Capture Your Heart Singing
(1942)
Music and Lyrics by Irving Berlin
Played by the Bob Crosby Orchestra
Performed by Fred Astaire, Bing Crosby, and Virginia Dale at the nightclub
Reprised at the end with these three and Marjorie Reynolds
Lazy
(1924)
Music and Lyrics by Irving Berlin
Sung by Bing Crosby offscreen during a montage on the farm
You're Easy to Dance With
(1942)
Music and Lyrics by Irving Berlin
Played by the Bob Crosby Orchestra
Sung by Fred Astaire and chorus: Ken Darby at the nightclub
Danced by Fred Astaire and Virginia Dale at the nightclub
Dance reprised by Fred Astaire and Marjorie Reynolds at the Holiday Inn on New Year's Eve
White Christmas
(1942)
Music and Lyrics by Irving Berlin
Played during the opening credits
Sung by Bing Crosby and Martha Mears (dubbing Marjorie Reynolds)
Played on the movie set by the Bob Crosby Orchestra and sung by Martha Mears (dubbing Marjorie Reynolds) and chorus
Whistled by Bing Crosby
Played as background music often
Happy Holiday
(1942)
Music and Lyrics by Irving Berlin
Played during the opening credits
Played by the Bob Crosby Orchestra and sung at the Holiday Inn on New Year's Eve by Bing Crosby,
Martha Mears (dubbing Marjorie Reynolds) and chorus with Shelby Bacon and Joan Arnold
(Come To) Holiday Inn
(1942)
Music and Lyrics by Irving Berlin
Played by the Bob Crosby Orchestra
Sung by Bing Crosby and Martha Mears (dubbing Marjorie Reynolds) at the Holiday Inn on Christmas Eve
Let's Start the New Year Right
(1942)
Music and Lyrics by Irving Berlin
Played by the Bob Crosby Orchestra and sung by Bing Crosby at the Holiday Inn on New Year's Eve
Abraham
(1942)
Music and Lyrics by Irving Berlin
Played by the Bob Crosby Orchestra in blackface at the Holiday Inn
Sung on Lincoln's birthday by Bing Crosby, Martha Mears (dubbing Marjorie Reynolds) in blackface, Chorus, and Louise Beavers with Shelby Bacon and Joan Arnold
Be Careful, It's My Heart
(1942)
Music and Lyrics by Irving Berlin
Played during the opening credits
Played by the Bob Crosby Orchestra and sung by Bing Crosby at the Holiday Inn on Valentine's Day
Danced by Fred Astaire and Marjorie Reynolds
Dance reprised by Fred Astaire and Marjorie Reynolds during the Hollywood montage
Played as background music often
I Can't Tell a Lie
(1942)
Music and Lyrics by Irving Berlin
Played by the Bob Crosby Orchestra and sung at the Holiday Inn by Fred Astaire and danced by Fred Astaire and Marjorie Reynolds on Washington's Birthday
Easter Parade
(1933)
Music and Lyrics by Irving Berlin
Played during the opening and as background music
Sung by Bing Crosby on Easter Sunday
Let's Say It with Firecrackers
(1942)
Music and Lyrics by Irving Berlin
Played by the Bob Crosby Orchestra, sung at the Holiday Inn by the chorus and danced by Fred Astaire on the 4th of July
Song of Freedom
(1942)
Music and Lyrics by Irving Berlin
Played by the Bob Crosby Orchestra
Sung at the Holiday Inn by Bing Crosby on the 4th of July
(I've Got) Plenty to Be Thankful For
(1942)
Music and Lyrics by Irving Berlin
Sung by Bing Crosby from a record on Thanksgiving Day
Oh, How I Hate to Get Up in the Morning
(1918)
Music and Lyrics by Irving Berlin
In the score when Jim's alarm clock rings
Hollywood Medley
Written by Irving Berlin
Performed by Bing Crosby and Martha Mears (dubbing Marjorie Reynolds)
Ending Medley
Written by Irving Berlin
Performed by Bing Crosby and Martha Mears (dubbing Marjorie Reynolds), Fred Astaire, and Virginia Dale

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