Since You Went Away (1944) Poster


Soundtrack Credits 

There's No Place Like Home (Home, Sweet Home)
(1823) (uncredited)
Music partly composed, and arranged by H.R. Bishop from a Sicilian air
In the score during the opening scenes (picture of Hilton home)
Reprised in the score later
You're In The Army Now
(1917) (uncredited)
Music by Isham Jones
Lyrics by Tell Taylor and Ole Olsen
In the score during the opening scenes (telegram of call to service)
Bridal Chorus (Here Comes the Bride)
(1850) (uncredited)
from "Lohengrin"
Music by Richard Wagner
In the score during the opening scenes (wedding trip plaque shown)
Rock-a-Bye Baby
(1886) (uncredited)
Music by Effie I. Canning
In the score during the opening scenes (baby shoes shown)
(1928) (uncredited)
Music by Ray Henderson
In the score often, symbolizing the love between Anne and her absent husband Tim
Played by the band at the dance and sung off-screen by an unidentified singer; danced by Joseph Cotten and Claudette Colbert and other couples
Whistled by Joseph Cotten twice
Played also on a music box
U.S. Marine Corps Hymn
(1868) (uncredited)
(also called "The Marines' Hymn")
Music by Jacques Offenbach from "Genevieve de Brabant" (1868)
Whistled by Gordon Oliver
Hinky Dinky Parlay Voo (Mad'moiselle from Armentieres)
(1921) (uncredited)
Music by Joseph Tunbridge
Whistled by Monty Woolley
The Dipsy Doodle
(1937) (uncredited)
Music by Larry Clinton
Played as dance music by the band at the dance
Kaiser-Walzer (Emperor Waltz) op.437
(1889) (uncredited)
Music by Johann Strauss
Arranged by Franz Waxman
Played as dance music by the band at the dance; danced by Jennifer Jones with Joseph Cotten and Robert Walker with Claudette Colbert
America the Beautiful
(1882) (uncredited)
Music by Samuel A. Ward (1882)
Words by Katharine Lee Bates (1895)
Sung a cappella by the high school graduates at their graduation ceremony
Reprised in the score when Zofia Koslowska recites Emma Lazarus' poem engraved on the Statue of Liberty
Ave Maria
(1859) (uncredited)
Music by Charles Gounod (1859)
Played in the score when Brig prays
Caisson Song
(1907) (uncredited)
(also called "The Caissons Go Rolling Along")
Music by Edmund L. Gruber
Played in the score twice when tanks are shown
Shoo-Shoo Baby
(1943) (uncredited)
Music and Lyrics by Phil Moore
Sung by soldiers on a train
(Oh My Darling) Clementine
(1884) (uncredited)
Music by Percy Montrose (1884)
Lyrics by H.S. Thompson (from "Down By the River Lived a Maiden") (1863)
Sung a cappella by Robert Walker and Jennifer Jones
Reprised on guitar and sung by a convalescing soldier
The Farmer in the Dell
Traditional children's song
Sung a cappella by Robert Walker
(1862) (uncredited)
Music by Daniel Butterfield
Background music played when bad new arrives
Happy Birthday to You
(1893) (uncredited)
Written by Mildred J. Hill and Patty S. Hill
Sung a cappella by Hattie McDaniel, Claudette Colbert, Jennifer Jones and Shirley Temple
Silent Night, Holy Night
Music by Franz Gruber
Lyrics by Joseph Mohr
Played in the score during a snowball fight
Jingle Bells
(1857) (uncredited)
Written by James Pierpont
Sung a cappella by carollers, including Jimmy Clemons Jr.
Adeste Fidelis (O Come, All Ye Faithful)
(circa 1743) (uncredited)
Music attributed to John Reading
Played in the score at the end
You'll Never Know
(1943) (uncredited)
Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Mack Gordon

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