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The Three Caballeros (1944) Poster

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The Three Caballeros (Ay, Jalisco, no te rajes!)
Music by Manuel Esperón (as Manuel Esperon)
Spanish lyrics by Ernesto Cortázar (uncredited)
English lyrics by Ray Gilbert (1944) (uncredited)
Played and Sung during the opening credits
Baía (No baixa do sapateiro)
Music and Portuguese Lyrics by Ary Barroso
English lyrics by Ray Gilbert (1944) (uncredited)
Os quindins de Yayá
Music and Spanish Lyrics by Ary Barroso
Sung by Aurora Miranda (uncredited)
You Belong To My Heart (Solamente una vez)
Music and Spanish Lyrics by Agustín Lara (as Agustin Lara)
English Lyrics by Ray Gilbert (1944) (uncredited)
Sung by Dora Luz (uncredited)
Mexico
Music by Charles Wolcott
Spanish Lyrics by Edmundo Santos (uncredited)
English Lyrics by Ray Gilbert (1944) (uncredited)
Sung by Carlos Ramírez (as Carlos Ramirez)
Have You Ever Been to Baía?
(uncredited)
Music and Lyrics by Dorival Caymmi
Pregoes carioca
(uncredited)
Music by João de Barro
Portuguese Lyrics by João de Barro as Carlos Braga
Lilongo
(uncredited)
Music and Lyrics by Felipe Gil
Pandeiro & Flute
(uncredited)
Music by Benedito Lacerda
Jesusita en Chihuahua (The Cactus Polka)
(uncredited)
Written by Manuel Esperón and Ernesto Cortázar
Adapted by Edward H. Plumb
Zandunga
(uncredited)
Traditional
Arranged by Charles Wolcott
Sobre las olas (Over the Waves)
(1887) (uncredited)
Music by Juventino Rosas
In the score when the boat is launched
Jingle Bells
(1857) (uncredited)
Written by James Pierpont
Sung a bit by Clarence Nash
Saludos Amigos
Lyrics by Ned Washington
Music by Charles Wolcott
Played when Donald opened his presents in the beginning

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