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Soundtrack Credits 

The Greatest Show on Earth
By Victor Young and Ned Washington
Sung by Betty Hutton (uncredited)
Be a Jumping-Jack
By Victor Young and Ned Washington
Sung by Betty Hutton (uncredited) and James Stewart (uncredited)
Lovely Luawana Lady
By John Ringling North and E. Ray Goetz
Sung by Dorothy Lamour (uncredited)
Popcorn and Lemonade
By Henry Sullivan and John Murray Anderson
[Sung off-camera by Chorus]
A Picnic in the Park
By Henry Sullivan and John Murray Anderson
[Sung off-camera by Bill Roberts]
Sing a Happy Song
By Henry Sullivan and John Murray Anderson
[Sung off camera]
Only a Rose
(1925) (uncredited)
Music by Rudolf Friml
Lyrics Brian Hooker
Sung by Betty Hutton and Chorus
Oh! Susanna
(1848) (uncredited)
Music by Stephen Foster
Played during the opening scene
An der schönen blauen Donau Walzer (The Blue Danube Waltz), Op. 314
(1867) (uncredited)
Music by Johann Strauss
Played during the sword swallowing demonstration
William Tell Overture
(1829) (uncredited)
Music by Gioachino Rossini
Played during the dog and pony show
(I Got Spurs That) Jingle Jangle Jingle
(1942) (uncredited)
Music by Joseph J. Lilley
Played while Sebastian rides in the parade
Jingle Bells
(1857) (uncredited)
Written by James Pierpont
Played during the parade around the rings and briefly sung
O Come All Ye Faithful (Adeste Fideles)
(ca 1743) (uncredited)
Music attributed to John Reading (16??)
Played during the parade around the rings
Aloha Oe
(1908) (uncredited)
Music by Queen Liliuokalani
Played during the "Lovely Luawana Lady" sequence
Wiener Blut (Vienna Blood), Op. 354
(1873) (uncredited)
Music by Johann Strauss
Played after Sebastian cuts down the net
Die Schoene Galathea: Ouverture (The Beautiful Galathea Overture)
(1849) (uncredited)
Music by Franz von Suppé
Played during the royal parade
Yankee Doodle
(ca. 1755) (uncredited)
Traditional music of English origin
Played as the crowd arrives at the last circus set-up
(I Wish I Was in) Dixie Land
(1860) (uncredited)
Music by Daniel Decatur Emmett
Played as the crowd arrives at the last circus set-up
Dream Lover
(1929) (uncredited)
Music by Victor Schertzinger
Performed by the orchestra during an acrobatic performance in one of the circus scenes
It's a Hap-Hap-Happy Day
(1939) (uncredited)
Music by Sammy Timberg and Winston Sharples
Played during the parade of cartoon characters
Three Blind Mice
(uncredited)
Traditional
Played in the score
Rock-a-Bye Baby
(1886) (uncredited)
Written by Effie I. Canning
In the score after "A Picnic in the Park"

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