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In the Sweet By and By
(uncredited)
Music by J.P. Webster (1868)
Lyrics by S. Fillmore Bennett
Sung by a chorus
Moanin' Low
(uncredited)
Music by Ralph Rainger (1929)
Performed by Juano Hernandez (dubbed by Jimmy Zito)
Used instrumentally in score throughout film
Shadow Waltz
(uncredited)
Music by Harry Warren
Part played by Kirk Douglas (dubbed by Harry James)
Chinatown, My Chinatown
(uncredited)
Music by Jean Schwartz (1910)
Used instrumentally
The Very Thought of You
(uncredited)
Written by Ray Noble (1934)
Sung by Doris Day with Harry James on trumpet
Baby Face
(uncredited)
Music by Harry Akst (1926)
Part played by Kirk Douglas (dubbed by Harry James)
Get Happy
(uncredited)
Music by Harold Arlen (1930)
Jazz version played by Hoagy Carmichael, Harry James and others
Sweet Georgia Brown
(uncredited)
Music by Maceo Pinkard and Ben Bernie
Excerpt played by Hoagy Carmichael, Harry James
Lovin' Sam (The Sheik of Alabam)
(uncredited)
Music by Milton Ager (1922)
Lyrics by Jack Yellen
Sung by Hoagy Carmichael and Kirk Douglas
Silent Night, Holy Night
(uncredited)
Music by Franz Xaver Gruber (1818)
Played by Kirk Douglas (dubbed by Harry James)
Ain't She Sweet
(uncredited)
Music by Milton Ager (1927)
Part played by Kirk Douglas (dubbed by Harry James)
Too Marvelous for Words
(uncredited)
Music by Richard A. Whiting (1937)
Lyrics by Johnny Mercer
Sung by Doris Day
The Blue Room
(uncredited)
Music by Richard Rodgers (1926)
Played by Kirk Douglas (dubbed by Harry James)
Can't We Be Friends?
(uncredited)
Music by Kay Swift (1929)
Played by Kirk Douglas (dubbed by Harry James)
I Only Have Eyes for You
(uncredited)
Music by Harry Warren
Performed in part by Phil Morrison Orchestra
Tea for Two
(uncredited)
Music by Vincent Youmans (1925)
Part played by Kirk Douglas (dubbed by Harry James)
The Man I Love
(uncredited)
Music by George Gershwin (1928)
Part played by Kirk Douglas (dubbed by Harry James)
I May Be Wrong (but I Think You're Wonderful)
(uncredited)
Music by Henry Sullivan (1929)
Lyrics by Harry Ruskin
Sung by Doris Day
What Is This Thing Called Love?
(uncredited)
Written by Cole Porter (1930)
Played by uncredited band
'S Wonderful
(uncredited)
Music by George Gershwin (1927)
Part played by Kirk Douglas (dubbed by Harry James)
Limehouse Blues
(uncredited)
Music by Philip Braham (1924)
Jazz version played by Hoagy Carmichael, Harry James and others
Swing Low, Sweet Chariot
(uncredited)
Traditional (circa 1872)
Music by Wallis Willis
Lyrics by Henry Thacker Burleigh
Sung by a chorus
Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen
(uncredited)
Traditional (circa 1865)
Lyrics by Henry Thacker Burleigh
Sung by a chorus
Someone to Watch Over Me
(uncredited)
Music by George Gershwin (1926)
Played by "Phil Morrison Orchestra" with Kirk Douglas (dubbed by Harry James)
With a Song in My Heart
(uncredited)
Music by Richard Rodgers (1929)
Lyrics by Lorenz Hart
Sung by Doris Day
Carolina in the Morning
(uncredited)
Music by Walter Donaldson
Played by Young Rick and other kids
Pretty Baby
(uncredited)
Music by Egbert Van Alstyne and Tony Jackson
Played during the scene with the hula dancer
The Japanese Sandman
(uncredited)
Music by Richard A. Whiting
Played by Hoagy Carmichael when Smoke first meets Rick
Love for Sale
(uncredited)
Written by Cole Porter
Played when Rick first meets Amy at the club
If I Could Be with You
(uncredited)
Music by James P. Johnson
Whistled by the elevator operator
Nocturne, Op. 9, No. 2 in E Flat Major
(uncredited)
Music by Frédéric Chopin
Played on the piano by Amy

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