Opening Title - Sets the dark and somber mood for the film, and displays all the cast and crew credits.
No Place Like London - Introduces Sweeny Todd and Anthony, and allows the audience to learn of Sweeney's former life and false imprisonment.
The Worst Pies in London - Introduces Mrs. Lovett, and explains just why no one cares to visit her pie shop.
Poor Thing - Sweeney Todd learns from Mrs. Lovett the tragedies that have befallen his wife and daughter. We also learn that Mrs. Lovett has feelings for Sweeney Todd.
My Friends - Sweeney is reunited with his razors, and begins to slowly embrace his lust for vengence.
Green Finch & Linnet Bird - Johanna, Sweeney's daughter, wonders how the birds in her room are able to sing despite the fact that they, like her, are caged and shut away from the world.
Alms, Alms - Introduces the Beggar Woman, who asks for money/alms and tells Anthony of Johanna.
Johanna - Anthony professes his love for the yellow-haired beauty, Johanna.
Pirelli's Miracle Elixir - Introduces Toby and Signor Perelli, who is the "creator" of a hair-growing elixir, which Sweeney immediately denounces as a fraud.
The Contest - Sweeney faces off against Pirelli, who happily sings of his personal approach to shaving.
Wait - Mrs. Lovett tries to convince Sweeney to savor his revenge and not rush it, so that it might be that much sweeter when it is finally carried out.
Ladies In Their Sensitivities - Judge Turpin tells the Beadle of his marriage proposal to Johanna, and the Beadle suggests that he travel to Sweeney's shop to improve his looks so that Johanna might be more receptive to him.
Pretty Women - Sweeney uses the magic of women--the Judge's weakness--to distract him while he attempts to carry out his execution by "shaving" him.
Epiphany - Sweeney, having lost both his chance at revenge and what was left of his sanity, denounces the world and the people who live in it, and further expresses his wish to murder not only the Judge, but all of mankind.
A Little Priest - After Pirelli is murdered, Mrs. Lovett forsees a surprising business opportunity for her shop by baking corpses after they have been "shaved" by Sweeney, and they both rattle through the options on their "menu" which includes priests, poets, fops, and vicars.
Johanna(Reprise) - As Anthony searches for Johanna throughout London, Sweeney accepts that he will never see her again, while nonchantly "shaving" customers.
God, That's Good! - Toby advertises the grand re-opening of Mrs. Lovett Pie Shop, and her delicious "new" meat pies, while Mrs. Lovett is plagued by the Beggar Woman, who seems to have a strange need to repeatedly enter and bother her customers.
By the Sea - With the booming success of her pie shop and meat pies, Mrs. Lovett begins to paint for Sweeney a lovely picture of their life as a married couple.
Not While I'm Around - Becoming more and more wary and suspicious of Sweeney, Toby promises Mrs. Lovett that he will never let any harm come to her.
Final Scene - Sweeney and Mrs. Lovett search for Toby, who seems to have disappeared somewhere in the bakery. Anthony arrives at the barber shop with Johanna, disguised as a sailor, where he tells her to wait for him. Johanna hides when she hears the crazed beggar woman, who is still searching for Beadle Bamford, approach the barber shop. Todd returns to the shop upstairs and is surprised by the mad beggar woman, who seems to recognize him. Hearing Judge Turpin approach the shop, a distracted Sweeney quickly slits the beggar woman's throat and drops her through the trapdoor. Just a few moments later the Judge enters looking for his ward. Todd reassures Turpin of Johanna's safety and offers him a shave before reuniting with her. Turpin reluctantly agrees, and once seated, Todd reveals his true identity and brutally murders the judge, violently stabbing him in the neck repeatedly before finally slashing his throat.
Sweeney then discovers Johanna hiding in his barbershop. Not recognizing her dressed in men's clothing, he approaches her to kill her, but is interrupted by Mrs. Lovett's screams from the basement. He leaves Johanna unharmed, but warns her to forget his face, and rushes down to the bakehouse. There, Mrs. Lovett explains that Turpin had briefly clutched onto her dress but then died after a few seconds. Mrs. Lovett desperately tries to dispose of the beggar woman's corpse before Sweeney can notice. He tells Lovett to open the door to the oven, pushing her away from the body. As she hesitantly does so, the oven fire illuminates the beggar woman's hair and face. Todd recognizes the corpse as his wife, Lucy, whom he had believed long dead. Realizing that Lovett knew Lucy was alive but had lied to him, Todd begins to waltz manically with Lovett around the basement bakehouse, reassuring her that he does not care about Lucy because the past is dead, and that he and Mrs. Lovett can still be married before hurling her into the blazing fire of the oven and locking its door. Todd then returns to Lucy and cradles her dead body as an enraged Toby emerges from the sewer, picks up Todd's discarded razor, and slits Todd's throat. Todd then dies, as his blood spills onto the face of his dead wife.