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Abide with Me

After You've Gone

All for You

All I Do Is Dream of You

Alone

America (My Country 'Tis of Thee)

Americana

Anything You Can Do

Babes in Arms

    Words by Lorenz Hart, music by Richard Rodgers, 1937
    Introduced by Mitzi Green, Alfred Drake and Ray Heatherton in the stage musical "Babes in Arms," 1937
    Performed by Judy Garland, Mickey Rooney, Doug McPhail, Betty Jaynes and Ensemble in the film Babes in Arms, 1939
    Released on CDs:

Babes on Broadway

    Words by Ralph Freed, music by Burton Lane
    Introduced by Judy Garland, Mickey Rooney, Ray McDonald, Virginia Weidler, Richard Quine, Annie Rooney and the MGM Studio Chous in the film Babes on Broadway, 1941
    Released on CD Mickey & Judy (soundtrack collection), 1995

Balboa, The

Ballin' the Jack

Be a Clown

Bei Mir Bist du Schoen

Better Luck Next Time

Bidin' My Time

Black Bottom

    Words by B.G. DeSylva and Lew Brown, music by Ray Henderson, 1926
    Introduced by Ann Pennington, The McCarthy Sisters, Frances Williams and Tom Patricola in the stage revue "George White's Scandals of 1926"
    Performed by Judy Garland and Chorus Girls as part of the Born in a Trunk sequence in the film A Star Is Born, 1954
    Released on various soundtrack albums by Columbia Records (see Columbia Songs page)
    Released on soundtrack CD A Star Is Born, 1988
    Performed by Sheree North in the film The Best Things in Life Are Free, 1956
    See also: Master Song Index

Blackout Over Broadway

    Words by Ralph Freed, music by Burton Lane, 1941
    Introduced by Judy Garland, Mickey Rooney, Ray McDonald, Virginia Weidler, Richard Quine, Annie Rooney and the MGM Studio Chorus in the film Babes on Broadway, 1941
    Released on CD Mickey & Judy (soundtrack collection), 1995

Blue Butterfly

Bombshell from Brazil

    Words and music by Roger Edens, 1941
    Performed by Annie Rooney, Richard Quine, Virginia Weidler, Ray McDonald, Judy Garland, Robert Bradford and the MGM Studio Chorus in the film Babes on Broadway, 1941
    Released on CD Mickey & Judy (soundtrack collection), 1995

Born in a Trunk

Boy Next Door, The

Boys and Girls Like You and Me

Broadway Rhythm

Bronco Busters

Buds Won't Bud

But Not for Me

By Myself

By the Beautiful Sea

(De) Camptown Races

Caro Nome

Chin Up! Cheerio! Carry On!

Could You Use Me?

Couple of Swells, A

Curse of an Aching Heart

D'Ya Love Me

Danny Boy

Dear Mr. Gable

Do the La Conga

Doin' What Comes Natur'lly

Don't Bite the Hand That's Feeding You

Don't Leave Me, Daddy

Down on Melody Farm

Drummer Boy

    Words and music by Roger Edens, 1940
    Introduced by Judy Garland, Six Hits and a Miss and the MGM Studio Orchestra with Mickey Rooney on drums and vibraphone in the film Strike Up the Band, 1940
    Released on CD Mickey & Judy (soundtrack collection), 1995

Easter Parade

Easy to Love

Embraceable You

Ever Since the World Began / Shall I Sing a Melody?

Ev'ry Little Movement (Has a Meaning of Its Own)

Everybody Sing

F. D. R. Jones

Faraway Part of Town, The

    Words by Dory Langdon, music by André Previn, 1960
    Performed off-camera by Judy Garland in the film Pepe, 1960
     Nominated for Best Song Academy Award for 1960
    Released on soundtrack CD Pepe, 1999

Father, Dear Father, Come Home with Me Now

Fella with an Umbrella, A

Figaro

Finale (Babes in Arms)

    Words and music by Roger Edens, 1939
    The finale of the film Babes in Arms, 1939, includes: Performed by Judy Garland, Mickey Rooney, Doug McPhail, Betty Jaynes, the Crinoline Choir, the MGM Studio Chorus, Sally Meuller, Helen Pacino, Betty Rome, Irene Crane, Albert Mahler, Bob Priester, Ralph Leon, N. Nielsen, John Moss, Charles Schrouder, Allan Watson, and J.D. Jewkes
    Released on CD Mickey & Judy (soundtrack collection), 1995

Follow the Yellow Brick Road / You're Off to See the Wizard

For Me and My Gal

Friendly Star

Gay Nineties

    Words and music by Roger Edens (?)
    It is not clear whether this is a part of the sequence written by Roger Edens, or if it is an excerpt of a song written by someone else.
    Performed by Judy Garland, Margaret Early, Mickey Rooney, William Tracy and the MGM Studio Chorus as part of the Nell of New Rochelle sequence in the film Strike Up the Band, 1940
    Released on CD Mickey & Judy (soundtrack collection), 1995

Gay Purr-ee Overture

Get Happy

Ghost Theater Sequence

    Performed by Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland in the old Duchess Theater in the film Babes on Broadway, 1941
    Background vocals by The Stafford Quartet, The Debutantes, The Notables and The Uptowners
    Sequence includes:

Girl That I Marry, The

God's Country

Good Morning

Got a Pair of New Shoes

Gotta Have Me Go with You

Great Lady Has an Interview, A

Hang on to the Rainbow

Happy Birthday to You

(Howdy Neighbor) Happy Harvest

Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas

Hayride

Heaven Will Protect the Working Girl

Hello Bluebird

Here's What I'm Here For

Hoe Down

Hold That Bulldog

How About You?

How Ya Gonna Keep 'Em Down on the Farm?

I Am the Monarch of the Sea

I Could Go On Singing

I Cried for You (Now It's Your Turn to Cry Over Me)

I Don't Care

I Got Rhythm

    Words by Ira Gershwin, music by George Gershwin, 1930
    Introduced by Ethel Merman in the stage musical "Girl Crazy," 1930
    Popularized by Ethel Merman, Ethel Waters, Louis Armstrong and others
    Performed by Judy Garland, Mickey Rooney, Six Hits and a Miss, The Music Maids, Hal Hopper, Trudy Erwin, Bobbie Canvin, Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra and the MGM Studio Chorus in the film Girl Crazy, 1943
    Released on CDs: Recorded for Decca Records original cast album by Judy Garland, 1943
    Performed by Hazel Scott in the film Rhapsody in Blue (Gershwin biopic), 1945
    Performed by Gene Kelly and Children in the film, An American in Paris, 1951
    Recorded by The Happenings (#3 on the charts for 9 weeks), 1967
    See also: Master Song Index

I Love a Piano

I Want to Go Back to Michigan (Down on the Farm)

I Wish I Were in Love Again

I'll Get By (As Long As I Have You)

    Words by Roy Turk, music by Fred Ahlert, 1928
    Popularized by Ruth Etting
    Recorded by Dick Haymes with Harry James and His Orchestra, 1944
    Performed by Dinah Shore in the film Follow the Boys, 1944
    Performed by Dan Dailey in the film You Were Meant for Me, 1948
    Performed by Judy Garland as part of the Born in a Trunk sequence of the film A Star Is Born, 1954
    Released on various soundtrack albums (see Columbia Records page)
    Released on CD A Star Is Born (Columbia soundtrack), 1988
    Performed by Don Murray and later by Andrea McArdle in the film Rainbow (Judy Garland biopic), 1978

I'll Plant My Own Tree

I'm Always Chasing Rainbows

I'm an Indian Too

I'm Just Wild About Harry

I'm Nobody's Baby

I've Got Rings on My Fingers (Bells on My Toes)

I've Got the Sun in the Morning

If I Forget You

If I Only Had a Brain

If I Only Had the Nerve

If I Were King of the Forest

If You Feel Like Singing, Sing

In-Between

In the Shade of the Old Apple Tree

In the Valley (Where the Evening Sun Goes Down)

Interview, The

It Never Rains But What It Pours

It Never Was You

It Only Happens When I Dance with You

It Really Was No Miracle

It's a Great Big World

It's a Great Day for the Irish

It's a Long Long Way to Tipperary

It's a New World

It's Love I'm After

It's Three O'Clock in the Morning

Jitterbug, The

Johnny One Note

Joint Is Really Jumpin' in Carnegie Hall, The

La Conga (,The)

La Cucaracha

Land of Let's Pretend, The

Last Night When We Were Young

Laugh? I Thought I'd Split My Sides

Let's Go West, Again

Little Drops of Rain

Look for the Silver Lining

Lose That Long Face

Love of My Life

Mack the Black

Madame Crematante

Man That Got Away, The

Man Was the Cause of It All, A

    Words and music by Roger Edens (?)
    It is not clear whether this is a part of the sequence written by Roger Edens, or if it is an excerpt of a song written by someone else.
    Performed by Judy Garland in the Nell of New Rochelle sequence of the film Strike Up the Band, 1940
    Released on CD Mickey & Judy (soundtrack collection), 1994

March of the Doagies

Mary's a Grand Old Name

Meet Me in St. Louis, Louis

Meet Me Tonight in Dreamland

Meet the Beat of My Heart

(Down On) Melody Farm

Merry Christmas

Merry Old Land of Oz, The

Mewsette Finale, The

Minnie from Trinidad

Minstrel Show

Mr. Bones and Mr. Tambo

Mr. Monotony

Munchkinland Musical Sequence:

My Daddy Was a Minstrel Man

My Day

    Words and music by Roger Edens (includes excerpt from "Hail to the Chief")
    Introduced by Judy Garland (as Eleanor Roosevelt), Mickey Rooney (as Franklin D. Roosevelt), Doug McPhail and Betty Jaynes as part of the finale sequence of the film Babes in Arms, 1939. Deleted from the film after Roosevelt's death in 1945; restored in some prints today.
    Film excerpt included in laser disc set Judy Garland: The Golden Years at M-G-M, 1994
    Released on CD Mickey & Judy (soundtrack collection), 1995

My Intuition

My Melancholy Baby

Nell of New Rochelle

    The musical play performed by Mickey, Judy and "the kids" in the film Strike Up the Band, 1940
    Arranged by Roger Edens, orchestrated by Conrad Salinger
    Includes excerpts from:
      Gay Nineties (?) (Judy Garland, Margaret Early, Mickey Rooney, William Tracy and the MGM Studio Chorus)
      The Sidewalks of New York (East Side, West Side) (MGM Studio Orchestra)
      Walking Down Broadway (Judy Garland, Margaret Early and MGM Studio Chorus)
      A Man Was the Cause of It All (?) (Judy Garland)
      Light Cavalry (Overture, MGM Studio Orchestra)
      A Man Was the Cause of It All (?) (Judy Garland)
      After the Ball (MGM Studio Orchestra)
      I Just Can't Make My Eyes Behave (June Preisser and male chorus)
      Over the Waves (MGM Studio Orchestra)
      Heaven Will Protect the Working Girl (Judy Garland and male chorus)
      While Strolling Through the Park One Day (aka The Fountain by the Park) (outtake, Mickey Rooney and MGM Studio Orchestra)
      Home Sweet Home (MGM Studio Orchestra)
      Flower Song (MGM Studio Orchestra)
      Ta-Ra-Ra-Boom-Der-E (trimmed, June Preisser and male chorus)
      Father, Dear Father, Come Home with Me Now (Larry Nunn and Judy Garland)
      Wintermarchen (MGM Studio Orchestra)
      Curse of an Aching Heart (outtake, Judy Garland)
      Jingle Bells (MGM Studio Orchestra)
    Performed by Mickey Rooney, Judy Garland, June Preisser, William Tracy, Larry Nunn, Margaret Early and the MGM Studio Chorus in the film Strike Up the Band, 1940
    Released on CD Mickey & Judy (soundtrack collection), 1995

Nellie Kelly, I Love You

Nobody

Oh! Susannah

Old Folks at Home (Way Down Upon the Swanee River)

On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe

    Words by Johnny Mercer, music by Harry Warren, 1945
    Popularized by Johnny Mercer with the Pied Pipers (No. 1 chart record), 1945
    Recorded by Judy Garland and Chorus for Decca original cast album, 1945 (see Decca Records songs)
    Recorded for Decca by Judy Garland and the Merry Macs, 1945 (see Decca Records songs)
    Performed by Judy Garland and Company in the film The Harvey Girls, 1946
    Released on CD The Harvey Girls (Rhino soundtrack), 1996
    Won Best Song Academy Award for 1946
    See also: Master Song Index

On the Bumpy Road to Love

Opera vs. Jazz

    Words and music by Roger Edens, 1939
    Introduced by Judy Garland and Betty Jaynes in the film Babes in Arms, 1939
    Released on CD Mickey & Judy (soundtrack collection), 1995
    "Figaro" (part of the sequence) recorded for Decca Records by Judy Garland, 1939

Opera vs. Jazz (Americana Reprise)

Our Love Affair

    Words and music by Arthur Freed and Roger Edens, 1940
    Introduced by Judy Garland and Mickey Rooney in the film Strike Up the Band, 1940
    released on CD Mickey & Judy (soundtrack collection), 1995
    Popularized by Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra
    Recorded by Glenn Miller and His Orchestra
    Nominated for Best Song Academy Award for 1940
    See also: Master Song Index

Over the Bannister

Over the Rainbow

Pack Up Your Troubles in Your Old Kit Bag and Smile, Smile, Smile

Paging Mr. Greenback

Paris Is a Lonely Town

Peanut Vendor, The

Play that Barbershop Chord

Pretty Girl Milking Her Cow, A

Put Your Arms Around Me Honey

Ragtime Violin, The

Rosary, The

Roses Red, Violets Blue

Russian Rhapsody

St. Louis Blues

Silent Night, Holy Night

Singin' in the Rain

Skip to My Lou

Smiles

Snookey Ookums

Snowflakes

Someone at Last

Strike Up the Band

Sun Showers

Swanee

    Words by Irving Caesar, music by George Gershwin, 1919
    Introduced by Al Jolson in the stage musical "Sinbad," 1919
    Popularized by Al Jolson
    Recorded for Decca by Judy Garland, 1940 (see Decca Records songs page)
    Performed by Judy Garland in the Born in a Trunk sequence of the film A Star Is Born, 1954
    Released on records (singles and various soundtrack albums) (see Columbia Records songs page)
    Released on CD A Star Is Born (Columbia soundtrack), 1988
    Recorded and performed by Judy Garland many times - this song became part of her standard repertoire
    See also: Master Song Index

Swing Low Sweet Chariot

Swing Mr. Mendelssohn



Swing Your Partner Round and Round

Take My Hand, Paree

Ten Pins in the Sky

Texas Tornado, The

That's the Good Old Sunny South

There's No Business Like Show Business

They Say It's Wonderful

Three Cheers for the Yanks

(It's) Three O'Clock in the Morning

Tom, Tom, the Piper's Son

Trolley Song, The

Under the Bamboo Tree

Vaudeville Montage: I Love a Piano / Snookey Ookums / The Ragtime Violin / When the Midnight Choo-Choo Leaves for Alabam'

Voodoo

Waiting for the Robert E. Lee

Walking Down Broadway

Waltz with a Swing

We Must Have Music

We're Off to See the Wizard

When I Look at You

When Johnny Comes Marching Home

When My Sugar Walks Down the Street All the Little Birdies Go Tweet-Tweet

When the Butterflies Kiss the Buttercups Goodnight

When the Midnight Choo-Choo Leaves for Alabam'

When You Wore a Tulip (And I Wore a Big Red Rose)

Where Do We Go from Here!

Where or When

Where There's Music

Who?

Why? Because!

Y.M.C.A. Montage

(I Am The) Yankee Doodle Boy

You Can Do No Wrong

You Can't Get a Man with a Gun

You Gotta Pull Strings

(Dear Mr. Gable) You Made Me Love You

You Never Looked So Beautiful (Before)

You Took Advantage of Me

You Wonderful You

Your Broadway and My Broadway

Yours and Mine

Ziegfeld Girls

Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart

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