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Du Barry Was a Lady (1943) Poster

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DuBarry Was a Lady
(1943)
Music by Burton Lane
Lyrics by Ralph Freed
Played during the opening credits
Sung by Lucille Ball (dubbed by Martha Mears) and chorus at the nightclub
Do I Love You?
(1939)
Written by Cole Porter
Played during the opening credits and often as background music
Sung by Gene Kelly in May's dressing room
Danced by Gene Kelly with a singing chorus at the nightclub
Reprised by Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra (as Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra)
Mon Homme (My Man)
(1920) (uncredited)
Music by Maurice Yvain
Background music when Rami imitates Charles Boyer
(I've Grown So Lonely) Thinking of You
(1926)
Written by Walter Donaldson and Paul Ash
Performed by The Three Oxford Boys imitating Kay Kyser and His Orchestra
A Cigarette, Sweet Music and You
(1942)
Music and lyrics by Roy Ringwald
Performed by The Three Oxford Boys imitating Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians
Sleepy Lagoon
(1940)
Music by Eric Coates
Lyrics by Jack Lawrence
Performed by The Three Oxford Boys imitating Harry James and His Orchestra
You are My Sunshine
(1940)
Music and Lyrics by Jimmie Davis and Charles Mitchell
Performed by The Three Oxford Boys imitating Guy Lombardo and His Orchestra
I'm Getting Sentimental Over You
(1932)
(Tommy Dorsey's theme song)
Music by George Bassman
Lyrics by Ned Washington
Played by Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra (as Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra)
Salome
(1943)
Music by Roger Edens
Lyrics by E.Y. Harburg
Sung by Virginia O'Brien with Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra (as Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra)
I Love an Esquire Girl
(1943)
Music by Roger Edens
Lyrics by Lew Brown and Ralph Freed
Sung by Red Skelton and chorus, including The Pied Pipers with Dick Haymes and Jo Stafford
Ladies of the Bath
(1943)
Written by Roger Edens
Sung by Red Skelton and chorus
Katie Went to Haiti
(1939)
Written by Cole Porter
Sung by The Pied Pipers, including Jo Stafford and Dick Haymes, with Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra (as Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra)
Madame, I Like Your Crepe Suzettes
(1943)
Music by Burton Lane
Lyrics by Ralph Freed
Sung and danced by Red Skelton and Lucille Ball (dubbed by Martha Mears)
Song of the Rebellion
(1943)
Written by Roger Edens
Sung by Gene Kelly and chorus
A Hot Time in the Old Town
(1896) (uncredited)
Music by Theo. A. Metz
Played by the band at the guillotine
Friendship
(1939)
Written by Cole Porter
Sung by Red Skelton, Lucille Ball (dubbed by Martha Mears), Gene Kelly,
Virginia O'Brien, Tommy Dorsey, Rags Ragland and Zero Mostel, with Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra (as Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra)
Well, Git It!
Played by Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra

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