The King and I (1956)
- "My Lord and Master" (a ballad sung by Tuptim shortly after her arrival in the palace)
- "Shall I Tell You What I Think of You?" (a soliloquy for Anna, in which she comically expresses her anger towards the King)
- "I Have Dreamed" (another duet for Tuptim and Lun Tha)
- It was felt that "My Lord and Master" and "I Have Dreamed" didn't do much to advance the plot, and that "Shall I Tell You What I Think of You?" would make Anna sound too whiny and nagging.
- An extra opening verse of "Song of the King"
- A choral reprisal of "Whistle a Happy Tune."