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I Ain't Down Yet

Words and music by Meredith Willson, 1960
Introduced in the stage musical "The Unsinkable Molly Brown," 1960
The Unsinkable Molly Brown (sung and danced by Debbie Reynolds and Brothers, later reprised by Wedding Party Ensemble, later sung and danced by Debbie Reynolds and Harve Presnell), 1964

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I Am Going to Like It Here

Words by Oscar Hammerstein II, music by Richard Rodgers, 1958
Introduced in the stage musical "Flower Drum Song," 1958
Flower Drum Song (sung by Miyoshi Umeki), 1961

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I Am My Ideal

Words and music by Guy Hemric and Jerry Styner
Beach Blanket Bingo (Harvey Lembeck and the Rats), 1965



I Am the Captain

Words and music by Cole Porter, 1940
Broadway Melody of 1940 (sung and danced by Eleanor Powell and Mens Chorus), 1940

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I Am the Monarch of the Sea

Words by William S. Gilbert, music by Sir Arthur Sullivan
From the light opera "H.M.S. Pinafore," 1878
I Could Go On Singing (sung by Judy Garland and Boys), 1963

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I Am the Very Model of a Modern Major-General

Words by William S. Gilbert, music by Sir Arthur Sullivan, ~1879
From the light opera "The Pirates of Penzance" ("The Slave of Duty"), first performed in 1879
The Pirates of Penzance (performed by George Rose, Pirates and Daughters), 1983

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I Ask You

Written by Sammy Cahn and Vernon Duke, ~ 1952
April in Paris (sung by Doris Day, Claude Dauphin and Ray Bolger), 1952



I Begged Her

Written by Sammy Cahn and Jule Styne, 1944
Anchors Aweigh (performed by Frank Sinatra and Gene Kelly), 1945

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music sheet cover I Believe

Words by Sammy Cahn, music by Jule Styne, 1947
It Happened in Brooklyn (sung and danced by Frank Sinatra, Jimmy Durante and Bobby Long), 1947

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I Believe in You

Words and music by Frank Loesser, 1961
Introduced by Robert Morse in the stage musical "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying," 1961
How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (sung by Michelle Lee, later sung by Robert Morse), 1967

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I Cain't Say No

Words by Oscar Hammerstein II, music by Richard Rodgers, 1943
Introduced in the stage musical "Oklahoma!" by Celeste Holm, 1943
Oklahoma! (sung by Gloria Grahame), 1955

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I Can Always Find a Little Sunshine at the YMCA

Words and music by Irving Berlin, 1918
Alexander's Ragtime Band (sung by The King's Men), 1938


I Can Do Without You

Words by Paul Francis Webster, music by Sammy Fain, ~ 1953
Calamity Jane (sung by Doris Day and Howard Keel), 1953


I Can See You

Written by Nicholas Brodszky and Sammy Cahn, ~ 1951
Rich, Young and Pretty (Vic Damone and Jane Powell), 1951



I Can Talk

Words and music by Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman, 1972
Charlotte's Web (sung by Henry Gibson), 1972



I Can't Be Bothered Now

Words by Ira Gershwin, music by George Gershwin, 1937
A Damsel in Distress (Fred Astaire), 1937

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music sheet cover I Can't Begin to Tell You

Words by Mack Gordon, music by Jimmy Monaco, 1945
The Dolly Sisters (sung by John Payne, reprised by Betty Grable), 1945
Nominated for Best Song Academy Award for 1946

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I Can't Believe That You're in Love with Me

Words and music by Clarence Gaskill and Jimmy McHugh, 1927
Introduced by Winnie Lightner in the stage revue "Gay Paree"
Looking for Love (sung by Connie Francis and Danny Thomas), 1964
Thoroughly Modern Millie (sung by unidentified male singer on record player), 1967

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I Can't Dance (I Got Ants in My Pants)

Written by Clarence Williams and Charles Gaines
Meet the People (comic song and dance number by Ziggie Talent with Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra), 1944



I Can't Do the Sum

Words by Glen McDonough, music by Victor Herbert, 1903
Introduced in the operetta "Babes in Toyland," 1903
Words adapted by Mel Leven, music adapted by George Bruns, 1961
Babes in Toyland (sung by Annette Funicello and Chorus), 1961

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I Can't Escape from You

Words by Leo Robin, music by Richard A. Whiting, 1936
Rhythm on the Range (sung by Bing Crosby), 1936



I Can't Forget the Melody

Words and music by Robert B. Sherman and Richard M. Sherman, 1975
The Slipper and the Rose (sung by Gemma Craven), 1976

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I Can't Give You Anything But Love (Baby)

Words by Dorothy Fields, music by Jimmy McHugh, 1928
Introduced by Aida Ward and Willard McLean in the stage revue "Lew Leslie's Blackbirds of 1928"
Stormy Weather (sung and danced by Lena Horne, Bill Robinson and Chorus), 1943
The Helen Morgan Story (Gogi Grant dubbing for Ann Blyth), 1957

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I Can't Say Goodbye

Words and music by Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman, 1978
The Magic of Lassie (sung offscreen by The Mike Curb Congregation), 1978



I Can't Tell a Lie

Words and music by Irving Berlin, 1942
Holiday Inn (sung by Fred Astaire, danced by Chorus, all dressed in 18th Century fashions), 1942

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I Come to You

Words by Hal David, music by Burt Bacharach, 1973
Lost Horizon (sung by Jerry Whitman dubbing for Peter Finch and Diana Lee dubbing for Liv Ullman), 1973


I Concentrate on You

Words and music by Cole Porter, 1939
Broadway Melody of 1940 (sung by Douglas McPhail, ballet by Eleanor Powell and Chorus Girls; instrumental portion danced by Fred Astaire and Eleanor Powell), 1940
Popularized by Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra

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I Could Cook

Words by Charles Henderson, music by Harold Arlen, 1953
The Farmer Takes a Wife (sung by Thelma Ritter, Eddie Foy, Jr., Dale Robertson, Betty Grable and Chorus in finale), 1953



I Could Go On Singing

Words by E. Y. Harburg, music by Harold Arlen, 1963
I Could Go On Singing (sung by Judy Garland), 1963


I Could Have Danced All Night

Words by Alan Jay Lerner, music by Frederick Loewe, 1956
Introduced by Julie Andrews in the stage musical "My Fair Lady," 1956
Popularized by Sylvia Syms
My Fair Lady (sung by Marni Nixon dubbing for Audrey Hepburn), 1964

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I Could Use a Dream

Words by Walter Bullock, music by Harold Spina, ~ 1938
Sally, Irene and Mary (sung by Tony Martin), 1938



I Could Write a Book

Words by Lorenz Hart, music by Richard Rodgers, 1940
Introduced by Gene Kelly and Leila Ernst in the stage musical "Pal Joey," 1940
Recorded by Eddy Duchin and His Orchestra
Pal Joey (excerpt sung by Frank Sinatra in finale), 1957

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music sheet cover I Couldn't Sleep a Wink Last Night

Words by Harold Adamson, music by Jimmy McHugh, 1943
Higher and Higher (sung by Frank Sinatra), 1943
Nominated for Best Song Academy Award for 1944
Beat the Band (sung by Phillip Terry), 1947
Popularized by Frank Sinatra

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

Words and music by Arthur Freed, Gus Arnheim and Abe Lyman, 1923
Introduced by Abe Lyman and His Orchestra, 1923
Babes in Arms (sung by Judy Garland, with monologue by Roger Edens), 1939
Bathing Beauty (sung by Helen Forrest with Harry James and His Music Makers), 1944
Love Me or Leave Me (excerpt sung as part of medley by Doris Day), 1955
Lady Sings the Blues (sung by Diana Ross), 1972

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I Didn't Know What Time It Was

Words by Lorenz Hart, music by Richard Rodgers, 1939
Introduced in the stage musical "Too Many Girls," 1939
Too Many Girls (Lucille Ball dubbed by Trudy Erwin, reprised by Eddie Bracken), 1940
Pal Joey (sung by Frank Sinatra), 1957

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I Don't Care

Words by Jean Lenox, music by Harry O. Sutton, 1905
Introduced by Eva Tanguay
In the Good Old Summertime (performed by Judy Garland), 1949

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I Don't Care if the Sun Don't Shine

Words and music by Mack David
Scared Stiff (sung by Dean Martin, sung and danced by Chorus Girls), 1953

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I Don't Know What I Want

Words and music by Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane, 1957
The Girl Most Likely (sung by Jane Powell, reprised by Jane Powell with special lyric), 1957

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I Don't Like You No More

Words and music by Cirino Colacrai and Teddy Randazzo
Jamboree (sung by Joe Williams with Count Basie and His Orchestra), 1957

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I Don't Need Anything But You

Words by Martin Charnin, music by Charles Strouse, 1977
Introduced in the stage musical "Annie," 1977
Adapted for the screen by Ralph Burns
Annie (sung and danced by Albert Finney and Chorus), 1982

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I Don't Understand the Parisians

Words by Alan Jay Lerner, music by Frederick Loewe, 1958
Gigi (performed by Leslie Caron dubbed by Betty Wand), 1958

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I Don't Wanna Be Tied

Words and music by Bill Giant, Bernie Baum and Florence Kaye, 1962
Girls! Girls! Girls! (sung by Elvis Presley and The Jordanaires), 1962

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I Don't Want to Cry Any More

Words and music by Victor Schertzinger, 1940
Rhythm on the River (sung by Mary Martin), 1940


I Don't Want to Get Well

Words by Harry Pease and Howard Johnson music by Harry Jentes, 1917
Show Business (sung by Eddie Cantor and George Murphy), 1944

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music sheet cover I Don't Want to Walk Without You

Words by Frank Loesser, music by Jule Styne, 1941
Sweater Girl (sung by Johnnie Johnston, reprised by Betty Jane Rhodes), 1942

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I Dream of Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair


I Dug a Ditch

Written by Lew Brown, Ralph Freed and Burton Lane, 1943
Thousands Cheer (sung by Ben Blue and unidentified trio, later sung by Kathryn Grayson and Mens Chorus, later danced by Gene Kelly with mop, later played by Kay Kyser and His Orchestra), 1943



I Enjoy Being a Girl

Words by Oscar Hammerstein II, music by Richard Rodgers, 1958
Introduced in the stage musical "Flower Drum Song," 1958
Flower Drum Song (B. J. Baker dubbing for Nancy Kwan), 1961

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I Fall in Love Too Easily

Words by Sammy Cahn, music by Jule Styne, 1944
Anchors Aweigh (sung by Frank Sinatra), 1945
Nominated for Best Song Academy Award for 1945

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I Fall in Love with You Every Day

Words by Frank Loesser, music by Manning Sherwin and Arthur Altman, ~1938
College Swing (sung by Florence George and John Payne), 1938

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I Feel a Song Comin' On

Words by Dorothy Fields and George Oppenheimer, music by Jimmy McHugh, 1935
Every Night at Eight (production number - Alice Faye, Harry Barris, Chorus), 1935
Popularized by Frances Langford

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I Feel Like I'm Not out of Bed Yet

Words by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, music by Leonard Bernstein, 1944
Introduced in the stage musical "On the Town," 1944
On the Town (sung by Bern Hoffman), 1949



I Feel Pretty

Words by Stephen Sondheim, music by Leonard Bernstein, 1957
Introduced in the stage musical "West Side Story," 1957
West Side Story (performed by Natalie Wood, Yvonne Othon, Suzie Kaye and Jo Anne Miya), 1961

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I Feel That I've Known You Forever

Words and music by Doc Pomus and Alan Jeffreys, ~1965
Tickle Me (sung by Elvis Presley with The Jordanaires, reprised by Elvis Presley with The Jordanaires), 1965

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I Found a Million Dollar Baby (In a Five and Ten Cent Store)

Words by Billy Rose and Mort Dixon, music by Harry Warren, 1931
Introduced in the stage revue "Billy Rose's Crazy Quilt" by Fanny Brice, Lew Brice, Phil Baker and Ted Healy
Popularized by Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians
Funny Lady (sung by Ben Vereen and Barbra Streisand), 1975

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I Found a New Way to Go to Town

Words by Gladys duBois and Ben Ellison, music by Harvey Brooks, 1933
I'm No Angel (sung by Mae West), 1933

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I Get a Funny Feeling

Written by Harry Warren and Ralph Blane, ~ 1952
Skirts Ahoy (sung by Dean Miller), 1952



I Get a Kick Out of You

Words and music by Cole Porter, 1934
Introduced in the stage musical "Anything Goes" by Ethel Merman and William Gaxton, 1934
Popularized by Ethel Merman
Night and Day (sung by Ginny Simms and Chorus), 1946
Anything Goes (sung and danced by Zizi Jeanmaire and Chorus), 1956

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I Go for You

Written by M. K. Jerome and Kim Gannon, 1944
Shine On, Harvest Moon (sung by Ann Sheridan and Dennis Morgan), 1944



I Got a Code in My Doze

Words and music by Billy Rose, Arthur Fields and Fred Hall, 1929
Popularized by Fields and Hall
Funny Lady (sung by Barbra Streisand), 1975


I Got Life

Words by Gerome Ragni and James Rado, music by Galt MacDermot, 1967
Introduced in the stage musical "Hair" by James Rado, 1967
Hair (sung by Treat Williams and Chorus, danced by Treat Williams), 1979

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I Got Lucky

Words by Fred Wise, music by Ben Weisman and Dee Fuller, ~1962
Kid Galahad (sung by Elvis Presley and The Jordanaires), 1962

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I Got out of Bed on the Right Side

Words by Johnny Mercer, music by Arthur Schwartz, ~ 1953
Dangerous When Wet (William Demarest, Charlotte Greenwood, Esther Williams, Barbara Whiting, Donna Corcoran), 1953


I Got Rhythm

I got rhythm,
I got music,
I got my man -
Who could ask for anything more?

I got daisies
In green pastures,
I got my man -
Who could ask for anything more?

Words by Ira Gershwin, music by George Gershwin, 1930
Introduced by Ethel Merman in the stage musical "Girl Crazy," 1930
Girl Crazy (sung by Judy Garland, Mickey Rooney and Chorus with Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra), 1943
Rhapsody in Blue (part of medley played and sung by Hazel Scott), 1945
An American in Paris (sung by Gene Kelly and Children), 1951
When the Boys Meet the Girls (sung and danced by Connie Francis, Harve Presnell and Chorus), 1965
Recorded by The Happenings, released April 29, 1967, placed #3 on the charts for 9 weeks

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I Got Wings
(aka "I Got Shoes," aka "Walk All Over God's Heaven," etc.)

(Traditional Negro Spiritual)
Big Boy (sung by Al Jolson and Mens Chorus), 1930

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I Got You (I Feel Good)

Written by Ted Wright, 1965
Ski Party (sung and danced by James Brown and The Famous Flames), 1965

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I Gotta Get Back to New York

Words by Lorenz Hart, music by Richard Rodgers, 1933
Hallelujah, I'm a Bum (sung by Al Jolson), 1933



I Guess I'll Have to Change My Plan
(The Blue Pajama Song)

Words by Howard Dietz, music by Arthur Schwartz (1929)
Introduced by Clifton Web in the stage revue "The Little Show," 1929
Popularized by Rudy Vallee
The Bandwagon (sung by Fred Astaire and Jack Buchanan), 1953

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I Had the Craziest Dream

Words by Mack Gordon, music by Harry Warren, 1942
Springtime in the Rockies (sung by Helen Forrest with Harry James and His Music Makers), 1942
No. 1 chart record for Helen Forrest with Harry James and His Music Makers

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I Happened to Walk Down First Street

Words by Leo Robin, music by Arthur Schwartz, ~ 1946
The Time, the Place and the Girl (sung by Dennis Morgan, Angela Greene, Jack Carson and Janis Paige), 1946



I Hate Men

Words and music by Cole Porter, 1948
Introduced by Patricia Morrison in the stage musical "Kiss Me Kate," 1948
Kiss Me Kate (performed by Kathryn Grayson), 1953

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I Hate People

Words and music by Leslie Bricusse, 1970
Scrooge (sung by Albert Finney), 1970



I Hate the Conga

Words and music by Earl K. Brent, ~ 1942
Born to Sing (sung and danced by Darla Hood and Chorus), 1942



I Have a Dream

Words by Harold Adamson, music by Burton Lane, 1955
Jupiter's Darling (sung by JoAnn Greer dubbing for Esther Williams while frolicking with underwater statues), 1955


I Have a Love

Words by Stephen Sondheim, music by Leonard Bernstein, 1957
Introduced in the stage musical "West Side Story," 1957
West Side Story (sung by Marni Nixon dubbing for Natalie Wood and Betty Wand dubbing for Rita Moreno), 1961

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I Have Confidence

Words and Music by Richard Rodgers, 1965
The Sound of Music (sung by Julie Andrews), 1965

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I Have the Love

Written by Rudolf Friml and Paul Francis Webster
Rose Marie (sung by Ann Blyth and Fernando Lamas), 1954



I Have the Room Above

Words by Oscar Hammerstein II, music by Jerome Kern, 1936
"I Have the Room Above" and I Still Suits Me were written by Kern and Hammerstein for insertion into the song score with the 1936 movie production. Neither of these found their way into the 1951 film version, though MGM bought the 1936 version from Universal.
Show Boat (sung by Allan Jones and Irene Dunne), 1936



I Haven't a Thing to Wear

Words by Mort Greene, music by Harry Revel, 1942
Four Jacks and a Jill (sung by June Havoc), 1942



I Haven't Got a Thing to Sell

Words and Music by Sam Coslow, 1947
Copacabana (sung by Carmen Miranda and Andy Russell), 1947



I Haven't Got a Thing to Wear

Words by Maxwell Anderson, music by Allie Wrubel
Never Steal Anything Small (sung by Shirley Jones), 1959



I Haven't Time to Be a Millionaire

Words by Johnny Burke, music by James V. Monaco, 1940
If I Had My Way (sung by Bing Crosby and Gloria Jean, joined by El Brendel at the end), 1940

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I Hear the Music Now

Words by Jerry Seelen, music by Sammy Fain, ~1953
The Jazz Singer (sung by Peggy Lee and Danny Thomas), 1953

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I Heard the Birdies Sing

Words by Leo Robin, music by Ralph Rainger, ~1942
Footlight Serenade (sung and danced by Betty Grable and Chorus), 1942



I Just Called to Say I Love You

Words and music by Stevie Wonder, 1984
Introduced by Stevie Wonder in the film The Woman in Red, 1984
Best Song Academy Award Won Best Song Academy Award for 1984
Recorded and popularized by Stevie Wonder

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I Just Say It with Music

Words and music by Jimmy Durante
Student Tour (sung by Jimmy Durante), 1934



I Kiss Your Hand Madame
(Ich kösse ihre Hand Madame)

German lyric by Fritz Rotter, music by Ralph Erwin, 1912
English lyric by Sam Lewis and Joe Young
German version popularized by Marlene Dietrich
The Emperor Waltz (English version sung by Bing Crosby), 1948
Popularized by Bing Crosby
So This Is Love (sung by Merv Griffin), 1953



I Know Darn Well I Can Do Without Broadway (But Can Broadway Do Without Me)
(generally shortened to "I Can Do Without Broadway")

Words and music by Jimmy Durante
On an Island with You (performed by Jimmy Durante), 1948



I Know, I Know, I Know

Words by Bob Russell, music by Bronislau Kaper
That Midnight Kiss (sung by Mario Lanza), 1949


I Know That You Know

Words by Anne Caldwell O'Dea, music by Vincent Youmans, 1926
Introduced in the stage musical "Oh, Please!"
Tea for Two (sung by Doris Day and Gordon MacRae, danced by Gene Nelson and Doris Day), 1950
Hit the Deck (sung and danced by Vic Damone and Jane Powell), 1955

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music sheet cover I Know Why (And So Do You)

Words by Mack Gordon, music by Harry Warren, 1941
Sun Valley Serenade (Lynn Bari dubbed by Pat Friday, Paula Kelly and The Modernaires; reprised by John Payne and Sonja Henie), 1941

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I Left My Hat in Haiti

Words by Alan Jay Lerner, music by Burton Lane, 1951
Royal Wedding (sung by Fred Astaire and Chorus; danced by Astaire, Jane Powell and Chorus), 1951

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I Left My Heart at the Stage Door Canteen

Words and music by Irving Berlin, 1942
This Is the Army (sung by Earl Oxford), 1943

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I Like a Military Tune

Words by Mack Gordon, music by Harry Warren, ~ 1942
Iceland (sung by Joan Merrill and Chorus with Sammy Kaye and His Orchestra, reprised in finale), 1942



I Like Her

Written by John Kander and Fred Ebb, ~ 1975
Funny Lady (sung by James Caan), 1975


I Like Him

Written by John Kander and Fred Ebb, ~ 1975
Funny Lady (sung by Barbra Streisand), 1975


I Like It Here

Words by Leo Robin, music by Nacio Herb Brown, ~ 1943
Wintertime (sung by Cesar Romero and Helene Reynolds with Woody Herman and His Orchestra), 1943



I Like Life

Words and music by Leslie Bricusse, 1970
Scrooge (sung by Kenneth More, later by Albert Finney), 1970



I Like Men

Words by Johnny Mercer, music by Arthur Schwartz, ~ 1953
Dangerous When Wet (sung by Barbara Whiting), 1953


I Like Mike

Words by Mack Gordon, music by Josef Myrow, 1946
Three Little Girls in Blue (sung by Carol Stewart dubbing for Vera-Ellen), 1946



I Like Myself

Words by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, music by André Previn, 1954
Introduced in the film It's Always Fair Weather (sung and danced by Gene Kelly - includes well-known sequence of Kelly dancing on roller skates), 1955

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I Like to Be Loved By You

Words by Mack Gordon, music by Harry Warren, 1942
Originally written for Springtime in the Rockies, but not used
Greenwich Village (performed by Carmen Miranda with Bando da Lua), 1945



I Like to Do Things for You

Written by Jack Yellen and Milton Ager, 1930
The King of Jazz (sung by Jeanie Lang, Grace Hayes and William Kent; danced by Nell O'Day and Tommy Atkins Sextette), 1930

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I Like to Recognize the Tune

Words by Lorenz Hart, music by Richard Rodgers, 1939
Introduced in the stage musical "Too Many Girls," 1939
Meet the People (sung by June Allyson, Virginia O'Brien, The King Sisters and others with Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra), 1944

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I Like You (The Whip Dance)

Words and music by Nacio Herb Brown, 1948
The Kissing Bandit (sung and danced by Sono Osato), 1948



I Lost My Sugar in Salt Lake City

Written by Leon René and Johnny Lange, 1942
Stormy Weather (introduced by Mae E. Johnson), 1943

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I Love a Mystery

Written by Leo Robin and Johnny Green, ~ 1947
Something in the Wind (sung and danced by Donald O'Connor), 1947



I Love a New Yorker

Words by Ralph Blane, music by Harold Arlen, 1950
My Blue Heaven (sung and danced by Betty Grable and Dan Dailey), 1950

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I Love a Piano

Words and music by Irving Berlin, 1915
Easter Parade (part of medley sung and danced by Fred Astaire and Judy Garland), 1948

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I Love an Esquire Girl

Written by Ralph Freed, Roger Edens and Lew Brown
Du Barry Was a Lady (sung by Red Skelton surrounded by chorus girls and a cameo by Lana Turner), 1943

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I Love an Old Fashioned Song

Words by Sammy Cahn, music by Jule Styne, ~1946
The Kid from Brooklyn (sung by Virginia Mayo with [unknown by me] cop and [unknown by me] organ grinder; Dorothy Ellers dubbing for Virginia Mayo), 1946



I Love Corny Music

Written by Don Raye and Gene De Paul
Broadway Rhythm (sung and played on trombone by Charles Winninger and Tommy Dorsey), 1944



I Love Louisa

Words by Howard Dietz, music by Arthur Schwartz, 1931
Introduced by Fred and Adele Astaire in the stage revue "The Bandwagon," 1931
The Bandwagon (Fred Astaire, Nanette Fabray, Oscar Levant and Company), 1953

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I Love Only One Girl

Words and music by Sid Tepper and Roy C. Bennett, 1967
Double Trouble (sung by Elvis Presley with The Jordanaires), 1967


I Love Paris

Words and music by Cole Porter, 1953
Introduced by Lilo in the stage musical "Can-Can," 1953
Popularized by Les Baxter and His Orchestra
Can-Can (sung by Chorus), 1960

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I Love Rock 'n Roll

Words and music by Jake Hooker and Alan Merrill, 1983
Flashdance (sung by Joan Jett and The Blackhearts offscreen), 1983

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I Love the Miller's Daughter

Words by Jules Irving, music by Max Robert, 1987
Rumpelstiltskin (sung in counterpoint with When I'm Queen of the Castle, sung by Stuart Zangit dubbing for John Moulder-Brown, Amy Irving and Chorus), 1987



I Love the South

Details unknown (by me)
Private Buckaroo (sung by Joe E. Lewis with Harry James and His Music Makers), 1942



I Love the Way You Say Goodnight

Words by Eddie Pola, music by George Wyle
Lullaby of Broadway (sung by Doris Day and Hal Derwin dubbing for Gene Nelson), 1951

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I Love Those Men

Words and music by Frank Loesser, ~ 1949
Neptune's Daughter (sung by Betty Garrett), 1949



I Love to Cry at Weddings

Words by Dorothy Fields, music by Cy Coleman
Sweet Charity (sung by Stubby Kaye and Ensemble), 1969

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I Love to Dance

Written by Ralph Freed and Burton Lane
This Time for Keeps (performed by Xavier Cugat and His Orchestra with [unknown to me] female vocalist and [unknown to me] male dancer), 1947



I Love to Go Swimmin' with Wimmen

Words and music by Sigmund Romberg, 1921
Introduced in the stage musical "Love Birds," 1921
Deep in My Heart (sung and danced by Gene Kelly and Fred Kelly), 1954

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I Love to Laugh

Words and music by Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman, 1963
Mary Poppins (sung by Ed Wynn, Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke), 1964

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I Love to Ride the Horses (On a Merry-Go-Round)

Words by Jack Yellen, music by Lew Pollack, 1935
King of Burlesque (sung by Fats Waller), 1936



I Love to Singa

Words by E. Y. Harburg, music by Harold Arlen, 1936
The Singing Kid (sung by Al Jolson and Cab Calloway, reprised by The Yacht Club Boys and Al Jolson, reprised by Cab Calloway and Al Jolson), 1936



I Love to Walk in the Rain

Written by Walter Bullock and Harold Spina, ~ 1939
Just Around the Corner (sung by Shirley Temple and Chorus, danced by Shirley Temple and Bill Robinson), 1939

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music sheet cover I Love to Whistle

Written by Jimmy McHugh and Harold Adamson, 1938
Mad About Music (sung by Deanna Durbin and Girls while bicycling, later sung by Deanna Durbin with Cappy Barra's Harmonica Band at party, later sung by Deanna Durbin and passengers on train), 1938



I Love You


I Love You ("Jeg elsker Dig")

Words by Hans Christian Andersen, music by Edvard Grieg, 1864
Thrill of a Romance (sung by Lauritz Melchior with Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra), 1945

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music sheet I Love You, Believe Me, I Love You (Dream of My Heart)

Words by Rubey Cowan, music by Phil Boutelje, 1929
The Vagabond Lover (played by Rudy Vallee and His Connecticut Yankees, vocal by Rudy Vallee), 1929



I Love You Don Diego

Words by Otto Harbach, music by Rudolf Friml, 1937
The Firefly (sung by Jeanette MacDonald), 1937



I Love You Samantha

Words and music by Cole Porter, 1956
High Society (sung by Bing Crosby with Louis Armstrong and His Band), 1956

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I Love You So Much

Words by Harry Ruby, music by Bert Kalmar, 1928
Three Little Words (sung and danced by Arlene Dahl and Men's Chorus), 1950

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I Love You Too Much, Muchacha

Words by Mack Gordon, music by Harry Revel, 1937
Wake Up and Live (sung by Leah Ray, danced by Joan Davis), 1937



I Love Your Sunny Teeth / Oh How It Hurts / Hot and Cold

Words by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, music by Jule Styne
Bells Are Ringing (sung by Bernie West), 1960



I Loved You Once in Silence

Words by Alan Jay Lerner, music by Frederick Loewe, 1960
Introduced by Julie Andrews in the stage musical "Camelot," 1960
Camelot (sung by Franco Nero and Vanessa Redgrave), 1967
Camelot (sung by Meg Bussert), 1982

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I Married an Angel

Words by Lorenz Hart, music by Richard Rodgers, 1938
Introduced by Dennis King in the stage musical "I Married an Angel," 1938
I Married an Angel (sung by Jeanette MacDonald), 1942


I Met a Girl

Words by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, music by Jule Styne, 1956
Introduced in the stage musical "Bells Are Ringing," 1956
Bells Are Ringing (sung by Dean Martin and Chorus), 1960


I Might Fall Back on You

Words by Oscar Hammerstein II, music by Jerome Kern, 1927
Introduced in the stage musical "Show Boat" by Eva Puck and Sammy White, 1927
Show Boat (sung and danced by Marge and Gower Champion), 1951

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I Might Frighten Her Away

Words by Hal David, music by Burt Bacharach, 1973
Lost Horizon (sung by Jerry Whitman dubbing for Peter Finch and Diana Lee dubbing for Liv Ullman), 1973


I Need a Miracle

Words and music by Max Robert, 1987
Rumpelstiltskin (sung by Amy Irving and Stuart Zagnit dubbing for John Moulder-Brown), 1987



I Need Somebody to Lean On

Words by Mort Shuman, music by Doc Pomus, ~1964
Viva Las Vegas (sung by Elvis Presley), 1964

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I Need You

Written by George Harrison, 1965
Help! (sung by The Beatles), 1965

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I Never Felt Better

Words and music by Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane, 1954
Athena (sung and danced by Jane Powell, Debbie Reynolds and the Mulvains), 1954

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I Never Felt This Way Before

Words by Mack Gordon, music by Josef Myrow, ~1956
Bundle of Joy (sung by Eddie Fisher), 1956


I Never Knew Heaven Could Speak

Words and music by Mack Gordon and Harry Revel, 1939
Rose of Washington Square (sung by Alice Faye), 1939

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I Never Knew I Could Do a Thing Like That

Words by Joe Goodwin, music by Gus Edwards, 1929
Hollywood Revue of 1929 (sung by Bessie Love, danced by Bessie Love and Chorus), 1929



I Never Trust a Woman

Words by Harold Adamson, music by Burton Lane, 1955
Jupiter's Darling (sung by Howard Keel), 1955


I Only Have Eyes for You

Words by Al Dubin, music by Harry Warren, 1934
Dames (introduced by Dick Powell and Girls with dozens of Ruby Keelers), 1934
Jolson Sings Again (sung by Al Jolson dubbing for Larry Parks), 1949
Tea for Two (sung by Gordon MacRae, danced by Virginia Gibson), 1950
Recorded by The Flamingos, 1959 - became rock standard
Recorded by The Lettermen, 1966
Recorded by Art Garfunkel, 1975

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I Positively Refuse to Sing

Words by Mack Gordon, music by Harry Revel, 1934
We're Not Dressing (sung by Bing Crosby), 1934



I Poured My Heart into a Song

Words and music by Irving Berlin, 1939
Second Fiddle (sung by Tyrone Power, later by Rudy Vallee), 1939
Nominated for Best Song Academy Award for 1939

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I Promise You

Words by Johnny Mercer, music by Harold Arlen, 1944
Here Come the WAVES (sung by Bing Crosby and Betty Hutton), 1944


I Really Like Him

Words by Joe Darion, music by Mitch Leigh, 1965
Introduced in the stage musical "Man of La Mancha," 1965
Man of La Mancha (sung by James Coco), 1972

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I Refuse to Rock 'n' Roll

Written by Nicholas Brodszky and Sammy Cahn, ~ 1956
Meet Me in Las Vegas (sung by Cara Williams), 1956



I Remember It Well

Words by Alan Jay Lerner, music by Frederick Loewe, 1958
Gigi (sung by Maurice Chevalier and Hermione Gingold), 1958

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music sheet cover I Remember You

Words by Johnny Mercer, music by Victor Schertzinger, 1942
The Fleet's In (sung by Dorothy Lamour, Bob Eberly, Helen O'Connell and Chorus with Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra), 1942
Popularized by Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra (#9 on the Hit Parade, 1942)
Recorded by Frank Ifield (#5 for 8 weeks, 1963)

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I Said No

Words by Frank Loesser, music by Jule Styne, 1941
Sweater Girl (sung by Betty Jane Rhodes), 1942

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I Saw a Dragon

Words and music by Al Kasha and Joel Hirschhorn, 1977
Pete's Dragon (sung by Mickey Rooney, Helen Reddy and Chorus; danced by Helen Reddy and Chorus; reprised by Helen Reddy, Mickey Rooney and Townspeople at end of film) 1977



I Saw You First

Words by Harold Adamson, music by Jimmy McHugh, 1943
Higher and Higher (sung by Frank Sinatra and Marcy McGuire; reprised by Frank Sinatra, Marcy McGuire and Louanne Hogan dubbing for Barbara Hale), 1943




I See Her Still in My Dreams

Music by Stephen Foster, lyric added by Robert Ambruster and Allan Dwan ~1951
I Dream of Jeanie (sung by Eileen Christy and Bill Shirley), 1952




I Should Care

Written by Axel Stordahl, Paul Weston and Sammy Cahn, 1945
Thrill of a Romance (sung by Bob Allen with Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra), 1945

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I Should Have Known Better

Written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney, 1964
A Hard Day's Night (sung by The Beatles), 1964

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I Slipped, I Stumbled, I Fell

Words and music by Fred Weiss and Ben Weisman
Wild in the Country (sung by Elvis Presley with The Jordanaires), 1961

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I Speak to the Stars

Words by Paul Francis Webster, music by Sammy Fain, 1954
Lucky Me (sung by Doris Day), 1954

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I Still See Elisa

Written by Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe, 1951
Introduced in the stage musical "Paint Your Wagon," 1951
Paint Your Wagon (sung by Clint Eastwood), 1969

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I Still Suits Me

Words by Oscar Hammerstein II, music by Jerome Kern, 1936
I Have the Room Above and "I Still Suits Me" were written by Kern and Hammerstein for insertion into the song score with the 1936 movie production. Neither of these found their way into the 1951 film version, though MGM bought the 1936 version from Universal.
Show Boat (sung by Paul Robeson and Hattie McDaniel), 1936

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I Surrender Dear

Words by Gordon Clifford, music by Harry Barris, 1931
The Big Broadcast (sung by Bing Crosby and The Rhythm Boys with Gus Arnheim and His Orchestra), 1932

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I Take to You

Words by Mack Gordon, music by Harry Warren, ~ 1941
The Great American Broadcast (sung by Alice Faye, John Payne and Jack Oakie), 1941




I Talk to the Trees

Written by Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe, 1951
Introduced in the stage musical "Paint Your Wagon," 1951
Paint Your Wagon (sung by Clint Eastwood), 1969

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I Think I Like You

Words and music by Leslie Bricusse, 1967
Doctor Dolittle (sung by Diana Lee dubbing for Samantha Eggar and Rex Harrison), 1967



I Think I'm Gonna Like It Here

Words and music by Don Robertson and Hal Blair, ~1963
Fun in Acapulco (sung by Elvis Presley and The Jordanaires with Mariachi Band), 1963


I Think I'm Gonna Like It Here

Words by Martin Charnin, music by Charles Strouse, 1977
Introduced in the stage musical "Annie," 1977
Adapted for the screen by Ralph Burns
Annie (sung and danced by Ann Reinking, Servants and Aileen Quinn), 1982

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I Think of You

Written by Jack Elliott and Don Marcotte, 1946
(based on a theme from Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 2)
Holiday In Mexico (sung by Jane Powell with Jose Iturbi on piano), 1946


I Think You Think

Words and music by Guy Hemric and Jerry Styner
Beach Blanket Bingo (sung by Annette Funicello and Frankie Avalon), 1965



I Used to Be Color Blind

Words and music by Irving Berlin, 1938
Carefree (Amanda's dream sequence: Fred Astaire sings and dances with Ginger Rogers; features beautiful staging and slow-motion photography), 1938

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I Wanna Be a Dancin' Man I Wanna Be a Dancin' Man

Words by Johnny Mercer, music by Harry Warren, ~ 1952
The Belle of New York (sung and danced by Fred Astaire), 1952

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I Wan'na Be Like You
(The Monkey Song)

Written by Robert B. Sherman and Richard M. Sherman, 1967
The Jungle Book (sung by Louis Prima, Phil Harris and Bruce Reitherman with The Louis Prima Band), 1967

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I Wanna Be Loved By You

Words and music by Harry Ruby, Bert Kalmar and Herbert Stothart, 1928
Introduced by Helen Kane and Dan Healy in the stage musical "Good Boy"
Popularized by Helen Kane
Three Little Words (sung by Helen Kane dubbing for Debbie Reynolds with Carleton Carpenter), 1950
Some Like It Hot (sung by Marilyn Monroe), 1959

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I Wanna Be Your Man

Written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney, 1963
A Hard Day's Night (sung by The Beatles), 1964

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I Wanna Sing Like an Angel

Words by Paul Francis Webster, music by Sammy Fain, ~ 1954
Lucky Me (sung and danced by Doris Day), 1954



I Wanna Wander

Written by Mack Gordon and Josef Myrow, ~ 1953
I Love Melvin (danced by Donald O'Connor), 1953



I Want a Girl (Just Like the Girl That Married Dear Old Dad)

Written by Harry Von Tilzer and Will Dillon, 1911
Tin Pan Alley (excerpt sung in overture), 1940
Show Business (sung and danced by Eddie Cantor, George Murphy, Connie Moore and Joan Davis), 1944
The Jolson Story (sung by Al Jolson dubbing for Larry Parks with Minstrels), 1946

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I Want It Now

Words and music by Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley, 1971
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (performed by Julie Dawn Cole), 1971


I Want to Be a Drummer in the Band

Words by Jack Yellen, music by Sammy Fain
George White's Scandals (performed by Gene Krupa with His Orchestra), 1945



I Want to Be a Minstrel Man

Words by Harold Adamson, music by Burton Lane
Kid Millions (sung and danced by Harold Nicholas and The Goldwyn Girls), 1934



I Want to Be Bad

Words by B. G. DeSylva and Lew Brown, music by Ray Henderson, 1929
Introduced in the musical "Follow Thru" by Zelma O'Neal
Follow Thru (sung by Nancy Carroll), 1930
Pennies from Heaven (sung by Helen Kane, lip-synced by Bernadette Peters), 1981



I Want to Be Free

Words and music by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, ~1957
Jailhouse Rock (sung by Elvis Presley with The Jordanaires), 1957

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I Want to Be Happy

Words by Irving Caesar, music by Vincent Youmans, 1924
Introduced in the stage musical "No, No, Nanette" by Charles Winninger and Louise Groody, 1925
Tea for Two (sung by Doris Day and Gordon MacRae), 1950
The Helen Morgan Story (excerpt sung by trio), 1957


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

Words and music by Irving Berlin, 1914
Easter Parade (sung by Judy Garland), 1948

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I Want to Sing a Mammy Song

Words by E. Y. Harburg, music by Harold Arlen, 1936
The Singing Kid (sung by Al Jolson), 1936



I Want What I Want When I Want It

From the Broadway play "Mlle. Modiste"
Words by Henry Blossom, music by Victor Herbert, 1906
Introduced by Friti Scheff of the Metropolitan Opera
Thrill of a Romance (sung by Lauritz Melchior), 1945



I Want You (She's So Heavy)

Written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney, 1969
Popularized by The Beatles
Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (sung by Bee Gees, Dianne Steinberg, Paul Nicholas, Donald Pleasance and Stargard), 1978

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I Want You, I Need You

Words by Gladys duBois and Ben Ellison, music by Harvey Brooks, 1933
I'm No Angel (sung by Mae West), 1933


I Was Born in Virginia

Words and music by George M. Cohan
Yankee Doodle Dandy (sung and danced by James Cagney, Jeanne Cagney, Walter Huston and Rosemary DeCamp), 1942


I Was Born Too Late

Words by Jack Yellen, music by Joseph Meyer, 1935
George White's 1935 Scandals (sung by Alice Faye), 1935



I Was Lucky

Words by Jack Meskill, music by Jack Stern, 1935
Folies Bergère (excerpt sung by Maurice Chevalier), 1935

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I Was Saying to the Moon

Lyrics by John Burke, music by Arthur Johnston, 1936
Go West Young Man (sung by Mae West), 1936


I Watch the Love Parade

Words by Otto Harbach, music by Jerome Kern, 1931
Introduced in the stage musical "The Cat and the Fiddle," 1931
The Cat and the Fiddle (sung by Jeanette MacDonald and Ramon Novarro), 1934



I Went Merrily on My Way

Written by Irving Kahal and Sammy Fain
The Unfinished Dance (excerpts, Ballet by Ensemble), 1947



I Whistle a Happy Tune

Words by Oscar Hammerstein II, music by Richard Rodgers, 1951
Introduced by Gertrude Lawrence in the stage musical "The King and I," 1951
The King and I (sung by Deborah Kerr), 1956

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I Will Follow Him

Words (English) by Norman Gimbel and Arthur Altman, music by J. W. Stole and Del Roma, 1963
Popularized by (Little) Peggy March (no. 1 on the charts for 11 weeks, 1963)
Sister Act (part of Lounge Medley, Whoopi Goldberg and The Ronelles; later by Whoopi Goldberg and the Sisters), 1992

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I Will Wait for You

Words by Jacques Demy, music by Michel Legrand, 1964
English lyric by Norman Gimbel, 1964
Popularized in USA by Steve Lawrence
The Umbrellas of Cherbourg (sung by Danielle Licari dubbing for Catherine Deneuve), 1964

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I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate

Written by Peter Bocage and Armand J. Piron, 1919
Popularized by The Virginians
So This Is Love (sung and danced by Kathryn Grayson), 1953



I Wish I Didn't Love You So

Words and music by Frank Loesser, 1947
The Perils of Pauline (sung by Betty Hutton), 1947
Nominated for Best Song Academy Award for 1947

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I Wish I Had a Girl

Words by Gus Kahn, music by Grace LeBoy (Kahn), 1907
I'll See You in My Dreams (sung by Doris Day and Chorus, later by Doris Day and Danny Thomas), 1951


I Wish I Knew

Words by Mack Gordon, music by Harry Warren
Diamond Horseshoe (sung by Dick Haymes, reprised by Betty Grable), 1945
Bloodhounds of Broadway (sung by Mitzi Gaynor and Chorus, danced by Mitzi and Richard Allan), 1952


I Wish I Were in Love Again

Words by Lorenz Hart, music by Richard Rodgers, 1937
Introduced in the stage musical "Babes in Arms" by Grace McDonald and Rolly Pickert, 1937
Words and Music (sung by Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland), 1948

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I Wish It Could Be Otherwise

Words by Johnny Mercer, music by Gene de Paul, 1956
Li'l Abner (sung by Imogene Lynn dubbing for Leslie Parrish and Peter Palmer), 1959



I Wish We Didn't Have to Say Goodnight

Words by Harold Adamson, music by Jimmy McHugh
Something for the Boys (sung by Perry Como and Chorus; reprised by Vivian Blaine), 1944



I Wish You Were Here

Written by Don Raye, Hughie Prince and Vic Schoen ~1941
Buck Privates (sung by the Andrews Sisters and Mens Chorus, used throughout background score), 1941



I Wished on the Moon

Words by Dorothy Parker, music by Ralph Rainger, 1935
The Big Broadcast of 1936 (sung by Bing Crosby), 1935



I Wonder

Lyrics by Winston Hibler and Ted Sears, music by George Bruns, 1959
Music based on "Sleeping Beauty" by Peter Ilitch Tchaikovsky, 1890
Sleeping Beauty (sung by Mary Costa), 1959

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I Wonder What the King Is Doing Tonight

Words by Alan Jay Lerner, music by Frederick Loewe, 1960
Introduced by Richard Burton in the stage musical "Camelot," 1960
Camelot (sung by Richard Harris), 1967
Camelot (sung by Richard Harris), 1982

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I Wonder What's Become of Sally

Words by Jack Yellen, music by Milton Ager, 1924
Popularized by Al Jolson (No. 1 chart record)
Night and Day (sung by Ginny Simms), 1946

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I Won't Dance

Words by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein II, music by Jerome Kern, 1934
Introduced in the London stage musical "Three Sisters"
Roberta (sung by Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers), 1935
Popularized by Eddy Duchin and His Orchestra (No. 1 chart record)
Till the Clouds Roll By (sung and danced by Van Johnson and Lucille Bremer, Trudi Erwin dubbing for Lucille Bremer), 1946
Lovely to Look At (sung and danced by Marge and Gower Champion), 1952

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I Wouldn't Take a Million

Written by Mack Gordon and Harry Warren, 1940
Young People (sung by Jack Oakie, later by Shirley Temple), 1940


I, Yi, Yi, Yi, Yi (I Like You Very Much)

Words by Mack Gordon, music by Harry Warren, 1941
That Night in Rio (performed by Carmen Miranda), 1941
Four Jills in a Jeep (performed by Carmen Miranda), 1944
Love Laughs at Andy Hardy (sung and danced by Lina Romay), 1946

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I'd Do Anything

Words and music by Lionel Bart, 1960
Introduced in the London production of the stage musical "Oliver!" 1960
Oliver! (sung and danced by Jack Wild, Shani Wallis, Sheila White, Mark Lester, Ron Moody and Boys), 1968

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I'd Do It Again

Words by Lorenz Hart, music by Richard Rodgers, 1933
Hallelujah, I'm a Bum (sung by Al Jolson), 1933



I'd Leave My Happy Home for You

Written by William Heelan and Harry Von Tilzer, 1899
Sweet Adeline (sung by Johnny Eppelite as young Al Jolson), 1935

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Words by Billy Rose, music by Fred Fisher, 1928
Introduced by Fanny Brice in the film My Man, 1928
Popularized by Fanny Brice
Funny Girl (sung by Barbra Streisand), 1968

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I'd Rather Have a Pal Than a Gal Anytime

Words by Mack Gordon, music by Josef Myrow, 1953
The Girl Next Door (sung by Dan Dailey and Billy Gray while washing dishes), 1953



I'd Rather Lead a Band

Words and music by Irving Berlin, 1936
Follow the Fleet (sung and danced by Fred Astaire), 1936
Popularized by Fred Astaire

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I'll Always Be Irish

Words and music by Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman, 1966
The Happiest Millionaire (sung and danced by Tommy Steele, Fred MacMurray, Lesley Ann Warren and Hermione Baddeley), 1967


I'll Be Back

Words and music by Ben Weisman and Sid Wayne, ~1966
Spinout (sung by Elvis Presley and The Jordanaires), 1966

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I'll Be Hard to Handle

Words by Bernard Dougall, music by Jerome Kern, 1933
Introduced in the stage musical "Roberta" by Lyda Roberti, 1933
Roberta (sung by Ginger Rogers, danced by Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers), 1935
Lovely to Look At (Ann Miller), 1952

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I'll Be Here Where the Heart Is

Words and music by Kim Carnes, Duane Hitchings and Craig Krampf, 1983
Flashdance (sung by Kim Carnes offscreen), 1983

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I'll Be Marching to a Love Song

Words by Leo Robin, music by Ralph Rainger, ~1942
Footlight Serenade (trimmed - sung and danced by Betty Grable, Victor Mature, John Payne and Chorus), 1942



I'll Be There

Words and music by ?
Glorifying the American Girl (sung by Mary Eaton in canoe), 1929



I'll Be with You in Apple Blossom Time

Words by Neville Fleeson, music by Albert Von Tilzer, 1935
Popularized by Nora Bayes
Buck Privates (sung by the Andrews Sisters), 1941
Follow the Boys (part of medley sung by The Andrews Sisters), 1944
This Time for Keeps (sung by Johnnie Johnston), 1947

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I'll Begin Again

Words and music by Leslie Bricusse, 1970
Scrooge (sung by Albert Finney), 1970



I'll Build a Broadway for You

Words and music by Walter Bullock and Harold Spina, ~ 1938
Little Miss Broadway (sung and danced by George Murphy and Shirley Temple), 1938



I'll Capture Your Heart Singing

Words and music by Irving Berlin, 1942
Holiday Inn (sung and danced by Fred Astaire, Bing Crosby and Virginia Dale), 1942

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I'll Cry Instead

Written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney, 1964
A Hard Day's Night (sung by The Beatles offscreen), 1964

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I'll Do the Strut-Away in My Cutaway

Written by Harry Donnelly, Irving Caesar and Jimmy Durante, 1944
On an Island with You (Jimmy Durante with Xavier Cugat and His Orchestra), 1948


I'll Follow the Trail

Words by J. Keirn Brennan, music by Rudolf Friml, 1930
The Lottery Bride (sung by Robert Chisholm), 1930



I'll Forget You

Written by Ernest R. Ball and Annelu Burns
By the Light of the Silvery Moon (sung by Doris Day), 1953


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

Words by Roy Turk, music by Fred Ahlert, 1928
Popularized by Ruth Etting
Follow the Boys (sung by Dinah Shore), 1944
You Were Meant for Me (Dan Dailey), 1948
A Star Is Born (excerpt sung by Judy Garland, part of the Born in a Trunk sequence), 1954
The Helen Morgan Story (sung by Gogi Grant dubbing for Ann Blyth), 1957
Rainbow (sung by Don Murray, later by Andrea McArdle), 1978

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I'll Go Home with Bonnie Jean

Words by Alan Jay Lerner, music by Frederick Loewe, 1947
Introduced by Lee Sullivan in the stage musical "Brigadoon," 1947
Brigadoon (sung by Albert Sharpe, Gene Kelly, Van Johnson and Mens Chorus), 1954

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I'll Know

Words and music by Frank Loesser, 1950
Introduced in the stage musical "Guys and Dolls" by Robert Alda and Isabel Bigley, 1950
Guys and Dolls (sung by Jean Simmons and Marlon Brando), 1955

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I'll Love Ya

Written by Earl K. Brent and Lenny Hayton, ~1942
Born to Sing (sung by Darla Hood), 1942



I'll Make a Happy Landing the Lucky Day I Land You

Written by Dorothy Fields and Jimmy McHugh
Introduced in the stage musical "Flying High"
Flying High (instrumental played by Gus Arnheim and His Orchestra; later - Busby Berkeley production number sung and danced by Kathryn Crawford, Girls Chorus and Mens Chorus; later - sung by Chorus at end of film), 1931



I'll Never Be Jealous Again

Written by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross, 1954
Introduced in the stage musical "The Pajama Game," 1954
The Pajama Game (sung by Eddie Foy, Jr. and Reta Shaw), 1957


I'll Never Have to Dream Again

Words by Charles Newman, music by Isham Jones, 1932
Popularized by Isham Jones and His Orchestra
Pennies from Heaven (sung by Connie Boswell, lip-synced by Steve Martin), 1981

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I'll Never Let My Heart Get Out of Hand

Words by Johnny Burke, music by James Van Heusen, 1950
Mr. Music (sung by Bing Crosby on tape recorder), 1950



I'll Never Let You Cry

Written by Sidney Mitchell and Lew Pollack, ~ 1938
In Old Chicago (sung by Alice Faye and Male Quartet), 1938

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I'll Never Love You

Words and music by Sammy Cahn and Nicholas Brodszky, 1950
The Toast of New Orleans (sung by Mario Lanza), 1950

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I'll Never Say "Never Again" Again

Words and music by Harry McGregor Woods, 1935
Popularized by Ozzie Nelson and His Orchestra
The Fabulous Dorseys (The Dorsey Brothers), 1947


I'll Never Say No

Words and music by Meredith Willson, 1960
Introduced in the stage musical "The Unsinkable Molly Brown," 1960
The Unsinkable Molly Brown (Harve Presnell, later by Debbie Reynolds, later by Harve Presnell and Debbie Reynolds), 1964

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I'll Never Stop Loving You

Words by Sammy Cahn, music by Nicholas Brodszky, 1955
Introduced by Doris Day in the film Love Me or Leave Me, 1955
Nominated for Best Song Academy Award for 1955

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I'll See You Again

Words and music by Noel Coward, 1929
Introduced in the stage operetta "Bitter Sweet," 1929
Bitter Sweet (sung by Jeanette MacDonald and Nelson Eddy, reprised by Jeanette MacDonald with Nelson Eddy at end of film), 1940

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I'll See You in C-U-B-A

Words and music by Irving Berlin, 1920
Blue Skies (sung by Bing Crosby and Olga San Juan), 1946

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I'll See You in My Dreams

Words by Gus Kahn, music by Isham Jones, 1924
Popularized by Isham Jones and His Orchestra (No. 1 chart record)
Follow the Boys (sung by Jeanette MacDonald), 1944
I'll See You in My Dreams (sung by Chorus, later by Doris Day), 1951

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I'll Si-Si Ya in Bahia

Words by Leo Robin, music by Harry Warren, 1952
Just for You (sung and danced by Bing Crosby and Chorus, reprised by Bing Crosby and Chorus), 1952

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I'll Still Belong to You

Words by Edward Eliscu, music by Nacio Herb Brown, 1930
Whoopee! (sung by Paul Gregory), 1930



I'll String Along with You

Words by Al Dubin, music by Harry Warren, 1934
Introduced by Dick Powell in the film Twenty Million Sweethearts, 1934
Popularized by Ted Fiorito and His Orchestra (No. 1 chart record)
My Dream Is Yours (sung by Doris Day), 1949
The Jazz Singer (part of medley sung by Danny Thomas), 1953

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I'll Take Love

Words and music by Dee Fuller and Mark Larkan, 1967
Easy Come, Easy Go (sung by Elvis Presley with The Jordanaires), 1967

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I'll Take Sweden

Words and music by "By" Dunham and Bobby Beverly
I'll Take Sweden (played by Orchestra and sung by Chorus behind titles, later sung by Frankie Avalon with The Vulcanes), 1965



I'll Take Tallulah

Words by E. Y. Harburg, music by Burton Lane, 1942
Ship Ahoy (sung by Red Skelton and Bert Lahr with Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra, danced by Eleanor Powell with Chorus Girls and unidentified male dancer), 1942

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I'll Take the High Note

Words by Harold Adamson, music by Johnny Green, 1943
(based on the traditional Irish folk song "Loch Lomond")
Bathing Beauty (sung by Red Skelton, Jean Porter, Janis Paige, Carlos Ramirez, Helen Forrest and Buddy Moreno with Harry James and His Music Makers and Ethel Smith on Organ), 1944


I'll Take You Home Again Kathleen

Words and music by Thomas Westendorf, 1876
Popularized by John McCormack
For the Love of Mary (sung by Deanna Durbin), 1948

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I'll Teach You a Waltz
(aka "One, Two, Three")

Music from the traditional folk song "Sweet Betsy from Pike," thought to be derived from an old English drinking song. The song dates back to the mid- to late-19th Century, with lyrics often made up on the spur of the moment. The lyrics to the song as used by Shirley Temple and Randolph Scott are not credited, so they may have come from the script writer or -- who knows?

Susannah of the Mounties (sung and danced by Shirley Temple and Randolph Scott, danced by Randolph Scott and Margaret Lockwood), 1939


I'll Tell the Man in the Street

Words by Lorenz Hart, music by Richard Rodgers, 1938
Introduced in the stage musical "I Married an Angel," 1938
I Married an Angel (sung by Nelson Eddy), 1942

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I'll Walk Alone

Words by Sammy Cahn, music by Jule Styne, 1944
Follow the Boys (introduced by Dinah Shore), 1944
Nominated for Best Song Academy Award for 1944
Popularized by Dinah Shore (No. 1 chart record)
With a Song in My Heart (sung by Jane Froman dubbing for Susan Hayward singing to Robert Wagner), 1952

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I'll Walk with God

Words by Paul Francis Webster, music by Nicholas Brodszky, 1954
The Student Prince (Edmund Purdom dubbed by Mario Lanza), 1954

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I'm a Black Sheep Who's Blue

Words by Leo Robin, music by Ralph Rainger, 1934
Little Miss Marker (sung by Dorothy Dell), 1934



I'm a Brass Band

Words by Dorothy Fields, music by Cy Coleman
Sweet Charity (sung and danced by Shirley MacLaine and Ensemble), 1969

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I'm a Chap with a Chip on My Shoulder

Words and music by Walter G. Samuels and Charles Newman, ~1941
All-American Co-Ed (sung and danced by Johnny Downs and Chorus of Zetas - all in drag; excerpt sung later by Frances Langford), 1941




I'm a Fisherman
(How I'd Like to Own a Fish Store)

Written by Billy Stone
The King of Jazz (sung and acted by Jack White with the Paul Whiteman Orchestra), 1930




I'm a Square in the Social Circle

Written by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans
The Stork Club (sung and danced by Betty Hutton), 1945




I'm Alive

Words and music by Jeff Lynne
Xanadu (played and sung by Electric Light Orchestra), 1980



music sheet cover I'm Always Chasing Rainbows

Words by Harry Carroll, music by Joseph McCarthy, 1918
Rose of Washington Square (instrumental version played by Orchestra in background), 1939
Ziegfeld Girl (ballad version and comedy version sung by Judy Garland), 1941
The Dolly Sisters (sung by John Payne and Betty Grable), 1945
The Trouble with Girls (sung by drunk Sheree North), 1969
Rainbow (sung by Andrea McArdle), 1978

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I'm an Indian Too

Words and music by Irving Berlin, 1946
Introduced by Ethel Merman in the stage musical "Annie Get Your Gun," 1946
Annie Get Your Gun (sung and danced by Betty Hutton and Indians), 1950

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I'm an Old Cowhand (From the Rio Grande)

Words and music by Johnny Mercer, 1936
Rhythm on the Range (introduced by Bing Crosby and Martha Raye), 1936
Popularized by Bing Crosby with Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra

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I'm an Ordinary Man

Words by Alan Jay Lerner, music by Frederick Loewe, 1956
Introduced by Rex Harrison in the stage musical "My Fair Lady," 1956
My Fair Lady (sung by Rex Harrison), 1964

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I'm Black / Ain't Got No

Words by Gerome Ragni and James Rado, music by Galt MacDermot, 1967
Introduced in the stage musical "Hair" by Steve Curry, 1967
Hair (sung by Nell Carter, Toney Watkins, Kurt Yahjian and Chorus; danced by Ensemble), 1979

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I'm Bound for the Promised Land

Hymn written by David Ashley White, 1787
Adapted and arranged by Alfred Newman and Ken Darby, 1962
How the West Was Won (sung by the Ken Darby Singers), 1963

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I'm Bubbling Over

Words by Mack Gordon, music by Harry Revel, 1937
Wake Up and Live (sung by Grace Bradley and the Brewster Twins, danced by The Condos Brothers), 1937



I'm Doing It for Defense

Words by Johnny Mercer, music by Harold Arlen, ~ 1942
Star Spangled Rhythm (performed by Betty Hutton in a jeep full of sailors), 1942

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I'm Easy

Words and music by Keith Carradine, 1975
Introduced by Keith Carradine in the film Nashville, 1975
Best Song Academy Award Won Best Song Academy Award for 1975
Recorded and popularized by Keith Carradine

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I'm Falling in Love Tonight

Words and Music by Don Robertson, ~1962
It Happened at the World's Fair (sung by Elvis Presley), 1962

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I'm Falling in Love with Someone

Words by Rida Johnson Young, music by Victor Herbert, 1910
Introduced in the stage musical "Naughty Marietta," 1910
Naughty Marietta (sung by Nelson Eddy), 1935

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music sheet cover I'm Feelin' Like a Million

Words by Arthur Freed, music by Nacio Herb Brown, 1937
Broadway Melody of 1938 (sung and danced by George Murphy and Eleanor Powell), 1937

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I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles

Words by Jean Kenbrovin, music by John Kellette and Jean Kenbrovin, 1919
Introduced in the stage musical "Passing Show"
Popularized by Henry Burr and Albert Campbell
Recorded by Gordon Jenkins with Artie Shaw, 1950
On Moonlight Bay (sung by Jack Smith), 1951

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I'm Free

Written by Pete Townshend, 1969
Tommy (performed by Kenny Jones, John Entwistle, Nicky Hopkins and Roger Daltrey), 1975

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I'm Getting Sentimental Over You

Words by Ned Washington, music by George Bassman, 1935
Popularized by Ozzie Nelson and His Orchestra
Tommy Dorsey's theme song
Du Barry Was a Lady (played by Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra), 1943
The Fabulous Dorseys (The Dorsey Brothers), 1947

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I'm Getting Tired So I Can Sleep

Words and music by Irving Berlin, 1942
This Is the Army (sung by James Burell and Chorus), 1943

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I'm Glad I'm Not Young Any More

Words by Alan Jay Lerner, music by Frederick Loewe, 1958
Gigi (sung by Maurice Chevalier), 1958

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I'm Goin' Back

Words by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, music by Jule Styne, 1956
Introduced in the stage musical "Bells Are Ringing," 1956
Bells Are Ringing (sung by Judy Holliday), 1960


music sheet cover I'm Goin' Shoppin' with You

Words by Al Dubin music by Harry Warren, 1935
Gold Diggers of 1935 (Dick Powell and Gloria Stuart), 1935



I'm Gonna File My Claim

Lyrics by Ken Darby, music by Lionel Newman, 1954
River of No Return (sung by Marilyn Monroe), 1954

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I'm Gonna Ring the Bell Tonight

Written by Sammy Cahn and Vernon Duke, 1952
April in Paris (sung and danced by Doris Day, Claude Dauphin, Ray Bolger, Musicians and Kitchen Staff), 1952


I'm Gonna See a Lot of You

Words by Janice Torre, music by Fred Spielman
Big City (sung by Betty Garrett accompanied by the Page Cavanaugh Trio), 1948



I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Outa My Hair

Words by Oscar Hammerstein II, music by Richard Rodgers, 1949
Introduced by Mary Martin in the stage musical "South Pacific," 1952
South Pacific (Mitzi Gaynor and Women's Chorus), 1958
Recorded by Liz Callaway; released on her CD "The Story Goes On," 1995

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I'm Great

Words by Leo Robin, music by Jule Styne, ~1955
My Sister Eileen (sung and danced by Kurt Kasznar, Dick York, Betty Garrett and Janet Leigh), 1955



I'm Greedy

Words and music by Max Robert, 1987
Rumpelstiltskin (sung by Clive Revill and Chorus), 1987



I'm Hans Christian Andersen

Words and music by Frank Loesser, 1952
Hans Christian Andersen (sung by Danny Kaye), 1952


I'm Happy Just to Dance with You

Written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney, 1964
A Hard Day's Night (sung by The Beatles), 1964

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I'm in Good Shape

Words by Mort Greene, music by Harry Revel, 1942
Four Jacks and a Jill (sung and danced by Ray Bolger, jitterbug segment with Patti Lacey), 1942



I'm in Love

Words by Sammy Cahn, music by Jule Styne, 1948
Romance on the High Seas (sung by Doris Day with Oscar Levant at the piano), 1948
Popularized by Doris Day

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I'm in Love

Written by Leigh Harline and Mort Greene, ~1947
Beat the Band (sung by Frances Langford, later by Frances Langford with Gene Krupa and His Band), 1947



I'm in Love Again

Words and music by Cole Porter, 1925
Introduced by The Dolly Sisters in the stage revue "Greenwich Village Follies of 1924"
Night and Day (sung by Jane Wyman), 1946



I'm in Love with a Wonderful Guy
(aka "Wonderful Guy")

Words by Oscar Hammerstein II, music by Richard Rodgers, 1949
Introduced in the stage musical "South Pacific," 1949
South Pacific (sung by Mitzi Gaynor and Women's Chorus), 1958

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I'm in Love with Miss Logan

Words and music by Ronny Graham, ~1952
New Faces (sung by Robert Clary), 1954

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I'm in Love with Vienna

Music by Johann Straus II
Words added by Oscar Hammerstein II, 1938
The Great Waltz (sung by unidentified tenor and Chorus, danced by Ensemble; reprised during finale by Miliza Korjus and Chorus), 1938

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I'm in Seventh Heaven

Written by Buddy G. DeSylva, Lew Brown, Ray Henderson and Al Jolson
Say It with Songs (sung by Al Jolson), 1929

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I'm in the Mood for Love

Words by Dorothy Fields, music by Jimmy McHugh, 1935
Every Night at Eight (sung by Frances Langford), 1935

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I'm Just a Stranger in Town

Words by Edward Eliscu and Henry Myers, music by Jay Gorney, 1943
The Heat's On (sung by Mae West), 1943




I'm Just a Vagabond Lover

Words and music by Rudy Vallee and Leon Zimmerman, 1929
Introduced by Rudy Vallee in the film The Vagabond Lover, 1929
Popularized by Rudy Vallee
Glorifying the American Girl (sung by Rudy Vallee), 1930

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I'm Just Nuts About You

Words and music by William Kernell
Oh, for a Man! (sung by Marjorie White), 1930



I'm Just Wild About Harry

Words and music by Noble Sissle and Eubie Blake, 1921
Introduced by Lottie Gee in the stage musical "Shuffle Along"
Rose of Washington Square (sung by Alice Faye), 1939
Babes in Arms (sung by Mickey Rooney, Judy Garland, The Crinoline Choir and Chorus), 1939
Greenwich Village (performed by Carmen Miranda), 1945
Jolson Sings Again (sung by Al Jolson dubbing for Larry Parks), 1949
So This Is Love (sung by amateur singer at nightclub), 1953

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I'm Ka-razy for You

Written by Billy Rose, Dave Dreyer and Al Jolson
Say It with Songs (sung by Al Jolson), 1929



I'm Laughin'

Words by Lew Brown, music by Lew Brown and Jay Gorney, ~1934
Stand Up and Cheer (sung by Dick Foran and montage of workers, ending with "Aunt Jemima" and Chorus), 1934



I'm Looking Over a Four Leaf Clover

Words by Mort Dixon, music by Harry MacGregor Woods, 1927
Popularized by Nick Lucas
Jolson Sings Again (Al Jolson dubbing for Larry Parks), 1949
The Jazz Singer (part of medley sung by Danny Thomas), 1953

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I'm Mad About the Girl Next Door

Words by Mack Gordon, music by Josef Myrow, 1953
The Girl Next Door (sung by Dan Dailey, danced by Dailey and June Haver), 1953



I'm No Angel

Words by Gladys duBois and Ben Ellison, music by Harvey Brooks, 1933
I'm No Angel (sung by Mae West), 1933


music sheet cover I'm Nobody's Baby

Words and music by Benny Davis, Milton Ager and Lester Santly, 1921
Popularized by Ruth Etting
Andy Hardy Meets Debutante (sung by Judy Garland), 1940
The Trouble with Girls (sung by Anissa Jones, Pepe Brown and Marilyn Mason), 1969

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I'm Not at All in Love

Written by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross, 1954
Introduced in the stage musical "The Pajama Game," 1954
The Pajama Game (sung by Doris Day), 1957

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I'm Not the Marrying Kind

Words by Mack David, music by Sherman Edwards, ~1962
Follow That Dream (sung by Elvis Presley onscreen with The Jordanaires offscreen), 1962


I'm Old Fashioned

Written by Johnny Mercer and Jerome Kern, 1942
You Were Never Lovelier (sung and danced by Fred Astaire and Rita Hayworth, Nan Wynn dubbing for Rita Hayworth), 1942

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I'm Olga from the Volga

Words and music by Mack Gordon and Harry Revel, ~ 1937
Thin Ice (sung and stumbled by Joan Davis), 1937



I'm On My Way

Written by Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe, 1951
Introduced in the stage musical "Paint Your Wagon," 1951
Paint Your Wagon (sung by Clint Eastwood, Lee Marvin, H. W. Gim, Ray Walston, Pat Hawley, Geoffrey Norman, Karl Bruck, William O'Connell, Benny Baker, Terry Jenkins, John Mitchum and the Miners), 1969

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I'm One (At Least)

Words and music by Peter Townshend, 1973
Quadrophenia (background number sung by The Who), 1979


I'm Only Teasin'

Words and music by Morton Gould and Edward Heyman, ~ 1945
Delightfully Dangerous (sung by Constance Moore), 1945



I'm Only Thinking of Him

Words by Joe Darion, music by Mitch Leigh, 1965
Introduced in the stage musical "Man of La Mancha," 1965
Man of La Mancha (sung by Julie Gregg, Rosalie Crutchley, and Ian Richardson), 1972

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I'm Past My Prime

Words by Johnny Mercer, music by Gene de Paul, 1956
Li'l Abner (sung by Imogene Lynn dubbing for Leslie Parrish and Stubby Kaye), 1959

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I'm Putting All My Eggs in One Basket

Words and music by Irving Berlin, 1936
Follow the Fleet (sung and danced by Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers), 1936
Popularized by Fred Astaire (no. 1 chart record)

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I'm Ridin' for a Fall

Written by Arthur Schwartz and Frank Loesser, 1943
Thank Your Lucky Stars (sung by Dennis Morgan and Sally Sweetland dubbing for Joan Leslie), 1943



I'm Shooting High

Words by Ted Koehler, music by Jimmy McHugh, 1935
King of Burlesque (production number - Alice Faye, Jack Oakie, Shaw and Lee, and Warner Baxter), 1936



I'm Sitting on Top of the World

Words by Sam Lewis and Joe Young, music by Ray Henderson, 1925
Popularized by Al Jolson
The Singing Fool (sung by Al Jolson), 1928
The Jolson Story (sung by Al Jolson dubbing for Larry Parks), 1946
Love Me or Leave Me (sung by Claude Stroud), 1955

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I'm Sorry for Myself

Words and music by Irving Berlin, 1939
Second Fiddle (sung by Mary Healy, unidentified quintet, The King Sisters and Chorus), 1939

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I'm Sorry I Made You Cry

Words and music by N. J. Clesi, 1916
Popularized by Henry Burr
Rose of Washington Square (sung by Alice Faye), 1939

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I'm Sorry, I Want a Ferrari

Words by Maxwell Anderson, music by Allie Wrubel
Never Steal Anything Small (sung and danced by Cara Williams and James Cagney), 1959



I'm Still Crazy for You

Words by Leo Robin, music by Ralph Rainger, ~1942
Footlight Serenade (sung by Betty Grable and John Payne), 1942


I'm Strictly on the Corny Side

Written by Stella Unger and Alec Templeton, 1948
A Date with Judy (Jane Powell and Scotty Beckett), 1948



I'm Takin' a Shine to You

Words by Herb Magidson, music by Allie Wrubel, ~ 1938
Radio City Revels (Kenny Baker with Hal Kemp and His Orchestra), 1938



(Have I Told You Lately) I'm Telling You Now

Words by Harold Adamson, music by James McHugh, 1947
Calendar Girl (sung by Kenny Baker, Janet Martin, William Marshall), 1947



I'm the Captain's Kid

Written by M. K. Jerome and Jack Scholl, ~ 1937
The Captain's Kid (sung by Sybil Jason), 1937



I'm the Greatest Father of Them All

Words and music by William Jerome, Eddie Foy and Joseph J. Lilley
Popularized by Bert Williams
The Seven Little Foys (sung and danced by Bob Hope and Children), 1955



I'm the Greatest Star

Words by Bob Merrill, music by Jule Styne, 1964
Introduced in the stage musical "Funny Girl," 1964
Funny Girl (performed by Barbra Streisand), 1968

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I'm Through with Love

Words by Gus Kahn, music by Matty Malneck and Fud Livingston, 1931
Popularized by Bing Crosby
With a Song in My Heart (sung by Jane Froman dubbing for Susan Hayward), 1952
The Affairs of Dobie Gillis (sung and danced by Bobby Van), 1953
Some Like It Hot (sung by Marilyn Monroe), 1959

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I'm Tired

Words by William Jerome, music by Jean Schwartz, 1901
The Seven Little Foys (sung by Bob Hope), 1955



I'm Tired (Of Carrying Trays Around)

Written by The Slate Brothers, ~1938
College Swing (skit with dancing by the Slate Brothers), 1938



I'm Unlucky at Gambling

Words and music by Cole Porter, 1929
Introduced by Evelyn Hoey in the stage musical "Fifty Million Frenchmen"
Night and Day (sung by Eve Arden), 1946

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I'm Wishing

Words by Larry Morey, music by Frank E. Churchill, 1937
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (sung by Snow White), 1937


I'm Yours

Words by E. Y. Harburg, music by Johnny Green, 1930
Introduced by Ruth Etting in the stage musical "Simple Simon," 1930
Second Chorus (instrumental by Artie Shaw and His Orchestra, Fred Astaire on-screen playing bad notes scribbled in by Burgess Meredith), 1940



I'm Yours

Words and music by Don Robertson and Hal Blair, ~1965
Tickle Me (sung by Elvis Presley with The Jordanaires), 1965

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I've Been Kissed Before

Written by Bob Russell and Lester Lee
Three for the Show (sung and danced by Betty Grable), 1955



I've Been Working on the Railroad

(traditional)
Let Freedom Ring (sung by Chorus), 1939

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I've Come to Wive It Wealthily in Padua

Words and music by Cole Porter, 1948
Introduced by Alfred Drake in the stage musical "Kiss Me Kate," 1948
Kiss Me Kate (Howard Keel and Chorus, reprised by Howard Keel), 1953

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I've Got a Crush on You

Words by Ira Gershwin, music by George Gershwin, 1928
Introduced in the stage musical "Treasure Girl," 1928
Three for the Show (sung by Jack Lemmon and Betty Grable; later sung by Marge and Gower Champion, Jack Lemmon and Betty Grable), 1955

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I've Got a Date with a Dream

Written by Mack Gordon and Harry Revel, 1938
My Lucky Star (first finale production number - Art Jarrett, Buddy Ebsen, Joan Davis with skaters, sleds and toboggans), 1938

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I've Got a Feelin' You're Foolin'

Words by Arthur Freed, music by Nacio Herb Brown, 1935
Broadway Melody of 1936 (big production number with Robert Taylor and June Knight, also sung by Frances Langford), 1935
Singin' in the Rain (part of Hollywood Montage sung by Wilson Wood and Chorus), 1952
Bloodhounds of Broadway (sung and danced by Mitzi Green, Mitzi Gaynor and Richard Allan), 1952

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I've Got a Gal in Every Port

Words by Mack Gordon, music by Charles Henderson, 1943
Hello, Frisco, Hello (performed by Jack Oakie, June Havoc and Chorus), 1943



I've Got a Gal in Kalamazoo

Words by Mack Gordon, music by Harry Warren, 1942
Orchestra Wives (introduced by Tex Beneke, Marion Hutton and The Modernaires with the Glenn Miller Orchestra; sung and danced by the Nicholas Brothers), 1942
Nominated for Best Song Academy Award for 1942
Popularized by Glenn Miller and His Orchestra (No. 1 chart record)
The Gang's All Here (excerpt played by Benny Goodman and His Orchestra), 1943

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I've Got a Garden in Sweden

Written by C. W. Murphy, Hugh Owen, Dan Lipton, Nora Bayes and Jack Norworth
Shine On, Harvest Moon (sung by Ann Sheridan and Dennis Morgan as "Bayes and Norworth"), 1944



I've Got a Golden Ticket

Words and music by Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley, 1971
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (sung by Jack Alberstson and Peter Ostrum), 1971
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I've Got a Lot in Common with You

Words by Johnny Mercer, music by Harold Arlen, 1943
The Sky's the Limit (sung and danced by Fred Astaire and Joan Leslie), 1943


I've Got a Strange New Rhythm in My Heart

Words and music by Cole Porter
Rosalie (sung and danced by Eleanor Powell), 1937


I've Got a Yen for You

Written by Richard A. Whiting and George Marion, Jr.
Let's Go Native (sung by Jack Oakie and Kay Francis), 1930



I've Got Five Dollars

Words by Lorenz Hart, music by Richard Rodgers, 1931
Introduced by Jack Whiting and Ann Sothern in the stage musical "America's Sweetheart"
The Big Broadcast (sung by Bing Crosby and Stuart Erwin), 1932

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I've Got My Captain Working for Me Now

Words and music by Irving Berlin, 1920
Blue Skies (sung by Bing Crosby), 1946

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music sheet cover I've Got My Eyes on You

Words and music by Cole Porter, 1939
Broadway Melody of 1940 (sung and danced by Fred Astaire with a picture of Eleanor Powell), 1940
Andy Hardy's Private Secretary (sung by Kathryn Grayson), 1941

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I've Got My Fingers Crossed

Written by Leigh Harline and Mort Greene
Beat the Band (played by Gene Krupa and His Band behind titles; sung twice by Frances Langford), 1947



I've Got My Fingers Crossed

Words by Ted Koehler, music by Jimmy McHugh, 1935
King of Burlesque (sung by Fats Waller, danced by Dixie Dunbar), 1936

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I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm

Words and music by Irving Berlin, 1937
On the Avenue (introduced by Dick Powell and Alice Faye), 1937

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I've Got News for You

Written by Fred Wise and Randy Starr, ~1964
Girl Happy (sung by Nita Talbot)



I've Got Rings on My Fingers

Sure, I've got rings on my fingers, bells on my toes,
Elephants to ride upon, my little Irish rose,
So come to your nabob, and next Patrick's day,
Be Mistress Numbo Jumbo Jij-ji-boo J. O'Shea.

Words by R. P. Weston and F. J. Barnes, music by Maurice Scott, 1909
Popularized by Ada Jones and by Blanche Ring
If I Had My Way (sung by Blanche Ring, joined by Six Hits and a Miss), 1940
Babes on Broadway (excerpt performed by Judy Garland as Blanche Ring), 1941

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I've Got the Sun in the Morning

Words and music by Irving Berlin, 1946
Introduced by Ethel Merman in the stage musical "Annie Get Your Gun," 1946
Prerecorded by Judy Garland for Annie Get Your Gun, but not used
Annie Get Your Gun (Betty Hutton), 1950

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I've Got to Find My Baby

Written by Joy Byers, ~1964
Girl Happy (sung by Elvis Presley and The Jordanaires)


music sheet cover I've Got to Sing a Torch Song

Words by Al Dubin, music by Harry Warren, 1933
Gold Diggers of 1933 (introduced by Dick Powell), 1933
Popularized by Bing Crosby

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I've Got You All to Myself

Words by Leo Robin, music by Ralph Rainger, 1941
Moon over Miami (sung by Don Ameche), 1941


I've Got You Under My Skin

Words and music by Cole Porter, 1936
Born to Dance (introduced by Virginia Bruce, danced by Georges and Jalna), 1936
Nominated for Best Song Academy Award for 1936
Popularized by Hal Kemp and His Orchestra
Night and Day (sung by Ginny Simms), 1946
Luxury Liner (sung by Marina Koshetz), 1948
Recorded in 1966 by the Four Seasons

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I've Gotta Hear That Beat

Words by Leo Robin, music by Nicholas Brodszky, 1953
Small Town Girl (Busby Berkeley production number sung and danced by Ann Miller with musical instruments protruding through the floor), 1953

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I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face

Words by Alan Jay Lerner, music by Frederick Loewe, 1956
Introduced by Rex Harrison in the stage musical "My Fair Lady," 1956
My Fair Lady (sung by Rex Harrison), 1964

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I've Had Enough

Words and music by Pete Townshend, 1973
Quadrophenia (background music performed by The Who), 1979


I've Never Seen Anything Like It

Words and music by Leslie Bricusse, 1967
Doctor Dolittle (sung and danced by by Richard Attenborough, Rex Harrison and Circus Performers), 1967


I've Still Got My Health

Words and music by Cole Porter, 1940
Introduced by Ethel Merman in the stage musical "Panama Hattie," 1940
Panama Hattie (sung by Ann Sothern), 1942

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I've Taken a Fancy to You

Written by Sidney Mitchell and Lew Pollack, 1938
In Old Chicago (excerpt sung and danced by Chorus Girls), 1938



Ice Cold Katie

Written by Arthur Schwartz and Frank Loesser, 1943
Thank Your Lucky Stars (parformed by Hattie McDaniel, Willie Best, Jesse Lee Brooks, Rita Christina and Chorus), 1943



Ice Cream Fantasy

Words by Gus Kahn, music by Walter Donaldson, 1934
Kid Millions (sung by Ethel Merman, Eddie Cantor, Doris Davenport, Warren Hymer and Chorus), 1934



Ice Skating Ballet

Music by Frank Loesser, 1952
Hans Christian Andersen (danced by Jeanmaire, Erik Bruhn and Ensemble), 1952



Ich liebe dich
("I Love Thee," aka "I Love You")

Words and music by Edvard Grieg, ca. 1867
Very popular piece translated into many different languages with many different arrangements
Thrill of a Romance (Lauritz Melchior with Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra), 1945
For the First Time (sung by Mario Lanza), 1959

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Ida, Sweet as Apple Cider

Words and music by Eddie Leonard and Eddie Munson, 1903
Popularized by Eddie Cantor
Babes in Arms (sung by Mickey Rooney and Crinoline Choir, danced by Mickey), 1939
If I Had My Way (sung and danced by Eddie Leonard, joined by Six Hits and a Miss), 1940
Broadway Rhythm (instrumental danced by Walter R. Long), 1944
The Eddie Cantor Story (Eddie Cantor dubbing for Keefe Brasselle), 1953

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Iddy, Biddy Names

Words by Michael Berz, music by Arik Rudich, 1987
Snow White (sung by Billy Barty, David Baron, Leslie Bismo, Bill Parry, Rick Stoneback, Nicola Stapleton, Neil Benari and Bob Spillman), 1987



If a Girl Isn't Pretty

Words by Bob Merrill, music by Jule Styne, 1964
Introduced in the stage musical "Funny Girl," 1964
Funny Girl (sung by Mae Questel and Kay Medford), 1968

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If All the World Were Paper

Words and music by Walter Bullock and Harold Spina, 1938
Little Miss Broadway (sung by Shirley Temple), 1938

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If Ever I Would Leave You

Words by Alan Jay Lerner, music by Frederick Loewe, 1960
Introduced by Robert Goulet in the stage musical "Camelot," 1960
Popularized by Robert Goulet
Camelot (sung by Franco Nero), 1967
Camelot (sung by Richard Muenz), 1982

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If He Walked into My Life

Words and music by Jerry Herman, 1966
Introduced in the stage musical "Mame", 1966
Mame (sung by Lucille Ball), 1974

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If I Could Be with You (One Hour Tonight)

Words by Henry Creamer, music by Jimmy Johnson, 1926
Popularized by Ruth Etting
The Jazz Singer (part of medley sung by Danny Thomas), 1953

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If I Could Go Back

Words by Hal David, music by Burt Bacharach, 1973
Lost Horizon (sung by Jerry Whitman dubbing for Peter Finch), 1973


If I Didn't Have You

Written by Sammy Fain and Lew Brown, 1937
New Faces of 1937 (sung by Harriet Hilliard), 1937



If I Fell

Written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney, 1964
A Hard Day's Night (sung by The Beatles), 1964

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If I Had a Dozen Hearts

Words by Paul Francis Webster, music by Harry Revel, 1945
The Stork Club (sung by Betty Hutton and Andy Russell), 1945



If I Had My Druthers

Words by Johnny Mercer, music by Gene de Paul, 1956
Li'l Abner (sung by Peter Palmer and Ensemble), 1959

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If I Had My Way

Words and music by Lou Klein and James Kendis, 1913
Popularized by The Peerless Quartet
Recorded by The Mills Brothers, 1931
Recorded by Bunny Berigan and His Orchestra, 1936
Recorded by Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra, 1939
If I Had My Way (sung by Bing Crosby), 1940

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(I'd Climb the Highest Mountain) If I Knew I'd Find You

Words and music by Lew Brown and Sidney Clare, 1926
Popularized by Sophie Tucker
Diamond Horseshoe (sung by unidentified male singer), 1945



If I Love Again

Words by Jack Murray, music by Ben Oakland, 1932
Introduced in the stage musical "Hold Your Horses"
Popularized by Rudy Vallee
Funny Lady (sung by Barbra Streisand), 1975


If I Love You a Mountain

Words by Mack Gordon, music by Josef Myrow, 1953
The Girl Next Door (sung by Dennis Day), 1953



If I Loved You

Words by Oscar Hammerstein II, music by Richard Rodgers, 1945
Introduced in the stage musical "Carousel," 1945
Carousel (sung by Shirley Jones and Gordon MacRae, reprised by Gordon MacRae), 1956

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If I Only Had a Brain

Words by E. Y. Harburg, music by Harold Arlen, 1938
The Wizard of Oz (sung and danced by Ray Bolger and Judy Garland), 1939

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If I Only Had a Heart

Words by E. Y. Harburg, music by Harold Arlen, 1938
The Wizard of Oz (Jack Haley with the voice of Adriana Caselotti as Juliet), 1939

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If I Only Had the Nerve

Words by E. Y. Harburg, music by Harold Arlen, 1938
The Wizard of Oz (Bert Lahr, Ray Bolger, Jack Haley and Judy Garland), 1939

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If I Steal a Kiss / If You Steal a Kiss

Words by Earl K. Brent and Edward Heyman, music by Nacio Herb Brown, 1948
The Kissing Bandit ("If I Steal a Kiss" sung by Frank Sinatra, reprised as "If You Steal a Kiss" by Kathryn Grayson), 1948
Popularized by Frank Sinatra

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If I Was a Millionaire

Written by Will Cobb and Gus Edwards, 1907
The Eddie Cantor Story (sung by Richard Monda playing Eddie Cantor as a boy with Childrens Ensemble), 1953



If I Were a Bell

Words and music by Frank Loesser, 1950
Introduced by Isabel Bigley in the stage musical "Guys and Dolls," 1950
Guys and Dolls (sung by Jean Simmons), 1955
A nice rendition was recorded by Petula Clark, 1965

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If I Were a Rich Man

Words by Sheldon Harnick, music by Jerry Bock, 1964
Introduced by Zero Mostel in the stage musical "Fiddler on the Roof," 1964
Fiddler on the Roof (performed by Topol, continued throughout film), 1971

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If I Were King

Written by Sam Coslow, Leo Robin and Newell Chase, 1930
The Vagabond King (sung by Dennis King), 1930



If I Were King of the Forest

Words by E. Y. Harburg, music by Harold Arlen, 1938
The Wizard of Oz (sung by Bert Lahr, Judy Garland, Ray Bolger, Buddy Ebsen; on screen: Bert Lahr, Judy Garland, Ray Bolger, Jack Haley), 1939

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If I'm Dreaming Don't Wake Me Up Too Soon

Written by by Al Dubin and Joe Burke, 1929
Sally (Alexander Gray and Marilyn Miller), 1929



If I'm Lucky

Words by Eddie De Lange, music by Josef Myrow, 1946
If I'm Lucky (sung by Perry Como; reprised by Vivian Blaine and Perry Como; reprised instrumentally by Harry James and His Music Makers, Harry James on Trumpet; reprised by Vivian Blaine), 1946

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If It's a Dream

Words and music by Michael Breen and Sam Neuman, 1944
Dixie Jamboree (sung by Frances Langford), 1944



If It's Gonna Happen

Words and music by Guy Hemric and Jerry Styner, ~1965
How to Stuff a Wild Bikini (sung by Irene Tsu, Frankie Avalon, Annette Funicello and Dwayne Hickman), 1965



If It's You

Words and music by Ben Oakland, Artie Shaw and Milton Drake, 1941
The Big Store (sung by Tony Martin), 1941

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If Mama Was Married

Words by Stephen Sondheim, music by Jule Styne, 1959
Gypsy (sung by Natalie Wood and Ann Jillian), 1962

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If My Friends Could See Me Now

Words by Dorothy Fields, music by Cy Coleman
Sweet Charity (sung and danced by Shirley MacLaine), 1969

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If My Sister's in Trouble

Written by David Barratt and William Clift
Sister Act (sung by Lady Soul), 1992


If Someone Had Told Me

Words by Charles Tobias, music by Peter De Rose
About Face (1952)



If This Be Slav'ry

Words by Harold Adamson, music by Burton Lane, 1955
Jupiter's Darling (sung by Gower Champion, danced by Marge and Gower Champion), 1955


If This Isn't Love

Words by E. Y. Harburg, music by Burton Lane, 1947
Introduced in the stage musical "Finian's Rainbow" by Ella Logan and Donald Richards, 1947
Finian's Rainbow (Don Francks, Petula Clark, Fred Astaire and Chorus), 1968

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If Widows Are Rich
("Geigen erklingen, locken so suess")

Words by Adrian Ross, music by Franz Lehar, 1907
Introduced in the stage operetta "The Merry Widow," first performed in Vienna, 1905
English lyric for the 1934 MGM film version by Lorenz Hart
The Merry Widow (sung by Jeanette MacDonald and Chorus), 1934

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If You Believe

Words and music by Irving Berlin, 1940
There's No Business Like Show Business (sung by Johnny Ray), 1954


If You Build a Better Mousetrap

Words by Johnny Mercer, music by Victor Schertzinger, 1942
The Fleet's In (sung by Betty Hutton with Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra), 1942

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If You Can Dream

Written by Nicholas Brodszky and Sammy Cahn, 1956
Meet Me in Las Vegas (sung behind credits by the Four Aces, later sung by Lena Horne), 1956

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If You Can't Get a Girl in the Summertime

Words by Mack Gordon, music by Josef Myrow, 1946
Three Little Girls in Blue (sung by Ben Gage dubbing for George Montgomery and June Haver), 1946



If You Can't Sing It, You'll Have to Swing It


If You Could Only Come with Me

Words and music by Noel Coward, 1929
Introdued in the stage operetta "Bitter Sweet," 1929
Bitter Sweet (Nelson Eddy, reprised by Nelson Eddy and Jeanette MacDonald), 1940

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If You Could See Her

Words by Fred Ebb, music by John Kander, 1966
Introduced by Joel Grey in the stage musical "Cabaret," 1966
Cabaret (performed by Joel Grey and someone in a gorilla costume), 1972

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If You Don't Mind My Saying So

Words and music by Meredith Willson, 1957
Introduced in the stage musical "The Music Man," 1957
The Music Man (sung by Shirley Jones and Pert Kelton), 1962


If You Feel Like Singing, Sing

Words by Mack Gordon, music by Harry Warren, 1950
Summer Stock (sung by Judy Garland), 1950

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music sheet cover If You Knew Susie Like I Know Susie

Words and music by B.G. De Sylva and Joseph Meyer, 1925
Introduced by Al Jolson in the stage musical "Big Boy"
Popularized by Eddie Cantor
The Great Ziegfeld (sung by Buddy Doyle as Eddie Cantor), 1936
Anchors Aweigh (with special lyric, sung by Frank Sinatra and Gene Kelly), 1945
The Eddie Cantor Story (sung by Eddie Cantor dubbing for Keefe Brasselle), 1953
The Benny Goodman Story (part of instrumental medley played by Ben Pollack and His Orchestra with Benny Goodman [Steve Allen on-screen] on clarinet), 1956

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If You Stub Your Toe on the Moon

Words by Johnny Burke, music by James Van Heusen
A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court (sung by Bing Crosby and Childrens Chorus), 1949

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If You Think I Don't Need You

Words and music by Bob "Red" West and Joe Cooper, ~1964
Viva Las Vegas (sung by Elvis Presley), 1964

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If You Want the Rainbow (You Must Have the Rain)

Words by Billy Rose and Mort Dixon, music by Oscar Levant, 1928
Funny Lady (sung by Girls Chorus with umbrellas), 1975

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If You Want to Make a Hit with Fifi

Words and Music by Sam Coslow, 1947
Copacabana (sung by Carmen Miranda), 1947



If You Were Mine

Words by William Katz, music by André Previn
The Sun Comes Up (sung by Jeanette MacDonald), 1949



If You Were the Only Girl in the World

Words by Clifford Grey, music by Nat D. Ayer, 1929
Introduced in the film The Vagabond Lover by Rudy Vallee and His Connecticut Yankees, 1929
By the Light of the Silvery Moon (sung by Doris Day and Gordon MacRae), 1953
The Helen Morgan Story (sung by Gogi Grant dubbing for Ann Blyth), 1957

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If You're Waitin' I'm Waitin' Too

Words by Sammy Cahn, music by Jule Styne, 1945
Cinderella Jones (sung by Joan Leslie, Robert Alda and Chorus), 1946



If'n I Was God

Words and music by Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman, 1973
Tom Sawyer (sung by Johnny Whitaker), 1973

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Ihr Kinderlein Kommet
(Oh, Come Little Children)

Traditional German Christmas Carol
The Blue Bird (sung by Children), 1940

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Il Bacio
(The Kiss)

Words and music by Luigi Arditi
Every Sunday (sung by Edna Mae Durbin), 1936
Three Smart Girls (sung by Deanna Durbin), 1936
Cairo (sung by Jeanette MacDonald), 1942

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Il balen del suo sorriso

From the opera IL TROVATORE by Giuseppe Verdi, first performed in Rome, 1853
Because You're Mine (sung by Mario Lanza), 1952

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Il lacerato spirito

From the opera SIMON BOCCANEGRA by Giuseppe Verdi, first performed in Venice, 1857
Carnegie Hall (sung by Ezio Pinza), 1947

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Il mio tesoro

From the opera DON GIOVANNI by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, first performed in Prague, 1787
Serenade (sung by Mario Lanza), 1956

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Imagination

Words by Michael Sembello, music by Michael Boddicker, Jerry Hey and Phil Ramone
Flashdance (sung by Laura Branigan), 1983


Imagine

Words and music by Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane, 1954
Athena (sung by Vic Damone and Debbie Reynolds), 1954

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Immolation Scene
(aka Brünnhilde's Immolation Scene, "Starke Scheite schichtet mir dort")

From the opera GÖTTERDÄMMERUNG by Richard Wagner, first performed in Bayreuth, Germany, 1876
Interrupted Melody (sung by Eileen Farrell dubbing for Eleanor Parker), 1955

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Impossible!; It's Possible!

Words by Oscar Hammerstein II, music by Richard Rodgers
Cinderella (sung by Celeste Holm and Lesley Ann Warren), 1965

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music sheet cover Impossible Dream, The (The Quest)

Words by Joe Darion, music by Mitch Leigh, 1965
Introduced by Richard Kiley in the stage musical "Man of La Mancha," 1965
Man of La Mancha (Simon Gilbert dubbing for Peter O'Toole, reprised by Simon Gilbert and Sophia Loren, reprised at finale by Sophia Loren and Prisoners), 1972

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Impressions in a Harlem Flat

Music by Jerome Kern
The Cat and the Fiddle (excerpt played by Jeanette MacDonald at the piano on-screen), 1934



In a Kingdom of Our Own

Words and music by George M. Cohan
Yankee Doodle Dandy (part of medley sung by Frances Langford), 1942


music sheet cover In a Kitchenette

Words by Al Dubin, music by Joe Burke, 1929
Gold Diggers of Broadway (sung by Nick Lucas), 1929



In a Little Hula Heaven

Words by Leo Robin, music by Ralph Rainger, 1937
Waikiki Wedding (sung by Bing Crosby and Shirley Ross), 1937

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In a Little Spanish Town

Words by Sam Lewis and Joe Young, music by Mabel Wayne, 1926
Popularized by Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra
Thousands Cheer (sung by Gloria De Haven, June Allyson and Virginia O'Brien with Bob Crosby and His Orchestra), 1943

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In a Moment of Madness

Words by Ralph Freed, music by Jimmy McHugh, 1944
Two Girls and a Sailor (sung by Helen Forrest with Harry James and His Music Makers), 1944



In a Shanty in Old Shanty Town

Words by Little Jack Little and John Siras, music by Joe Young, 1932
Introduced by Little Jack Little
Popularized by Ted Lewis and His Orchestra (No. 1 chart record)
Recorded by Johnny Long and His Orchestra, 1940
Lullaby of Broadway (sung by Gladys George), 1951

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In a Shower of Stars

Words and music by Morton Gould and Edward Heyman, 1945
Delightfully Dangerous (sung by Jane Powell), 1945



In a Spring Parade

Music by Charles Previn, ~1940
Spring Parade (instrumental played by parading army band, reprised throughout film), 1940



In Acapulco

Words by Mack Gordon, music by Harry Warren
Diamond Horseshoe (sung and danced by Betty Grable and Chorus), 1945


In-Between

Words and music by Roger Edens, 1938
Love Finds Andy Hardy (performed by Judy Garland), 1938
Recorded for Decca Records by Judy Garland, 1940

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In Dat Great Gittin' Up Morning

Traditional Negro Spiritual
So This Is Love (sung by Noreen Corcoran and Church Congregation), 1953



In My Merry Oldsmobile

Words by Vincent P. Bryan, music by Gus Edwards, 1905
Shine On, Harvest Moon (part of medley sung by Chorus behind titles), 1944

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In My Own Little Corner

Words by Oscar Hammerstein II, music by Richard Rodgers
Cinderella (sung by Lesley Ann Warren), 1965

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In My Way

Words and music by Fred Weiss and Ben Weisman
Wild in the Country (sung by Elvis Presley with The Jordanaires), 1961

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In My Wildest Dreams

Words by Johnny Mercer, music by Arthur Schwartz, 1953
Dangerous When Wet (sung by Fernando Lamas), 1953


In Old Chicago

Words by Mack Gordon, music by Harry Revel, 1938
In Old Chicago (sung and danced by Alice Faye and Chorus Girls; instrumental version played by Orchestra throughout film), 1938



In Other Words, Seventeen

Written by Oscar Hammerstein II and Jerome Kern, 1939
Introduced in the stage musical "Very Warm for May," 1939
Broadway Rhythm (part of medley sung by George Murphy), 1944



In Our Little Wooden Shoes

Written by Sidney D. Mitchell and Lew Pollack, 1937
Heidi (sung by Shirley Temple and danced by Shirley Temple and Childrens Ensemble), 1937

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In Our United State

Words by Ira Gershwin, music by Burton Lane, 1951, 1953
Give a Girl a Break (sung and danced by Debbie Reynolds and Bob Fosse), 1953

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In the Cool, Cool, Cool of the Evening

Words by Johnny Mercer, music by Hoagy Carmichael, 1951
Introduced in the film Here Comes the Groom by Bing Crosby and Jane Wyman, 1951
Best Song Academy Award Won Best Song Academy Award for 1951
Recorded and popularized by Bing Crosby

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In the Evening by the Moonlight

Words and music by James A. Bland, 1880
The Vanishing Virginian (sung by Kathryn Grayson, Spring Byington, Frank Morgan and Natalie Thompson), 1942

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In the Gloaming

Words and music by Annie Fortescue Harrison and Meta Orred (Ireland), 1877
Susannah of the Mounties (sung by Mens Chorus), 1939
The Beautiful Blonde from Bashful Bend (sung by Rudy Vallee and Betty Grable), 1949

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In the Good Old Summertime

Words by Ren Shields, music by George Evans, 1902
In the Good Old Summertime (sung by S. Z. Sakall, Spring Byington, Buster Keaton, Van Johnson and Chorus), 1949

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In the Hall of the Mountain King

Movement of Peer Gynt by Edvard Grieg, first performed in Oslo, Norway, 1867
The Pied Piper of Hamelin (adaptations used in the musical score and songs), 1957

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In the Land of Beginning Again

Words by Grant Clarke, music by George W. Meyer, 1918
Popularized by Charles Harrison
The Bells of St. Mary's (sung by Bing Crosby), 1945

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In the Middle of Nowhere

Words by Harold Adamson, music by Jimmy McHugh
Something for the Boys (sung by Perry Como and Vivian Blaine), 1944



In the Mood

Words by Andy Razaf, music by Joe Garland, 1938
Introduced by Edgar Hayes and His Orchestra
Sun Valley Serenade (instrumental played by Glenn Miller and His Orchestra), 1941
The Glenn Miller Story (played by Glenn Miller Orchestra), 1954

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In the Moonlight

Words by Bert Kalmar, music by Harry Ruby
The Kid from Spain (sung by Eddie Cantor), 1932



In the Morning

Words and music by Irving Berlin
Mammy (sung as part of medley by Al Jolson with Meadows' Merry Minstrels), 1930



In the Shade of the Old Apple Tree

Words by Harry H. Williams, music by Egbert Van Alstyne, 1905
Popularized by Henry Burr
The Stork Club (sung by Betty Hutton - first as "jive" number, then as ballad), 1945

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In the Spirit of the Moment

Words by Bernie Grossman, music by Walter Jurmann, 1943
His Butler's Sister (sung by Deanna Durbin), 1943



In the Still of the Night

Words and music by Cole Porter, 1937
Rosalie (introduced by Nelson Eddy), 1937
Popularized by Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra
Night and Day (sung by Dorothy Malone), 1946

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In the Sweet By and By

Words by Sanford Fillmore Bennett, music by Joseph Philbrick Webster, 1868
Bloodhounds of Broadway (sung by Mitzi Gaynor and Children), 1952

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In the Valley (Where the Evening Sun Goes Down)

Words by Johnny Mercer, music by Harry Warren, 1945
The Harvey Girls (sung by Judy Garland), 1946

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In These Hills

Words and music by Al Kasha and Joel Hirschhorn, 1977
Pete's Dragon (sung by Shelley Winters, Charles Tyner, Gary Morgan and Jeff Conaway), 1977


In Times Like These

Words by E. Y. Harburg, music by Sammy Fain
Meet the People (sung by Dick Powell and Lucille Ball; later by Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra, vocal by Vaughn Monroe), 1944

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In Trinidad

Written by Sammy Cahn and Jule Styne
Romance on the High Seas (excerpt sung by The Samba Kings), 1948



Inchworm

Words and music by Frank Loesser, 1952
Hans Christian Andersen (sung by Danny Kaye and Children), 1952

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Incurably Romantic

Written by Sammy Cahn and James Van Heusen, 1960
Let's Make Love (sung by Bing Crosby and Yves Montand, later sung by Yves Montand and Marilyn Monroe, later sung by Frankie Vaughan), 1960

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music sheet cover Indian Love Call

Words by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein II, music by Rudolf Friml, 1924
Introduced in the stage operetta "Rose-Marie" by Mary Ellis and Dennis King
Rose Marie (sung by Nelson Eddy and Jeanette MacDonald), 1936
Popularized by Nelson Eddy and Jeanette MacDonald
Rose Marie (sung by Ann Blyth and Fernando Lamas, reprised by Ann Blyth), 1954

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(Back Home Again In) Indiana

Written by James F. Hanley and Ballard MacDonald, 1917
Roberta (sung by Chorus), 1935
With a Song in My Heart (part of finale medley sung by Jane Froman dubbing for Susan Hayward with Soldiers and Thelma Ritter), 1952
The Five Pennies (Radio show sequence sung by Danny Kaye with various singing groups; then "sung" by Danny Kaye and the Five Pennies imitating musical instruments; later played by "Glenn Miller Orchestra"), 1959

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Inka Dinka Doo

Words by Ben Ryan, music by Jimmy Durante, 1933
Introduced by Jimmy Durante in the film Palooka, 1934
Popularized by Jimmy Durante (his signature song)
Two Girls and a Sailor (performed by Jimmy Durante), 1944
This Time for Keeps (performed by Jimmy Durante), 1947

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Innamorata

Words by Jack Brooks, music by Harry Warren
Artists and Models (sung by Dean Martin; comic rendition sung and danced by Shirley MacLaine and Jerry Lewis), 1955

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International Playboy

Music by Johnny Mercer, 1955
Daddy Long Legs (part of Julie Andre's dream sequence: instrumental danced by Fred Astaire and Chorus Girls), 1955



Into His Hands

(to the tune of "Three Blind Mice")
Words and music by Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman, 1974
Huckleberry Finn (sung by Harvey Korman, joined by mourners), 1974



Introducing Henry Miller

Words by Paul Francis Webster, music by Sammy Fain, 1953
Calamity Jane (sung by Doris Day), 1953



Invitation to the Dance

Music by Carl Maria Von Weber, 1821
Theme song of Benny Goodman and His Orchestra
Three Smart Girls Grow Up (sung by Deanna Durbin), 1939

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Iowa Stubborn

Words and music by Meredith Willson, 1957
Introduced in the stage musical "The Music Man," 1957
The Music Man (sung by Ensemble), 1962

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Irresistable You

Written by Don Raye and Gene de Paul
Broadway Rhythm (played by Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra with vocals by five unidentified male singers, later sung by Ginny Simms and danced by Chorus Girls), 1944

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Is Anybody There?

Words and music by Sherman Edwards, 1969
1776 (sung by Ralston Hill, then sung by William Daniels), 1972

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Is It Destiny

Written by Clifford Grey and Oscar Straus
A Lady's Morals (sung by Grace Moore with Reginald Denny), 1930



Is It in My Head

Words and music by Pete Townshend, 1973
Quadrophenia (background number sung by The Who), 1979



Is It Love (Or the Gypsy in Me?)

Written by Paul Francis Webster and Walter Jurmann, 1943
Presenting Lily Mars (sung by Marta Eggerth), 1943



Is It True What They Say About Dixie?

Words and music by Irving Caesar, Sammy Lerner and Gerald Marks, 1936
Popularized by Al Jolson
His Butler's Sister (sung by "The Sunshine Twins" - Iris Adrian and Robin Raymond), 1943
Jolson Sings Again (sung by Al Jolson dubbing for Larry Parks), 1949

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Is That Good?

Words by Leo Robin, music by Ralph Rainger, 1941
Moon over Miami (sung and danced by Jack Haley and Charlotte Greenwood), 1941



Is This a Love Song?

Words by Michael Korie, music by Stephen Lawrence, 1987
The Emperor's New Clothes (sung by Danny Street dubbing for Jason Carter and Joan Baxter dubbing for Lysette Anthony), 1987



Is This What Feeling Gets? (Dorothy's Theme)

Words and music by Quincy Jones, Nick Ashford and Valerie Simpson, 1978
The Wiz (sung by Diana Ross), 1978


music sheet cover Is You Is or Is You Ain't (Ma' Baby)

Words and music by Billy Austin and Louis Jordan, 1944
Follow the Boys (played by Louis Jordan and His Orchestra, vocal by Louis Jordan), 1944
Popularized by Louis Jordan and His Orchestra
Recorded by the Delta Rhythm Boys

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Island of Love (Kauai)

Words and music by Sid Tepper and Roy C. Bennett, ~1961
Blue Hawaii (sung by Elvis Presley with The Jordanaires and Girls Chorus), 1961

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Isn't It Kinda Fun?

Words by Oscar Hammerstein II, music by Richard Rodgers, 1945
State Fair (sung by Dick Haymes and Vivian Blaine), 1945
State Fair (sung by Ann-Margret with David Street), 1962

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Isn't It Romantic

Words by Lorenz Hart, music by Richard Rodgers, 1932
Love Me Tonight (sung by Jeanette MacDonald, Maurice Chevalier and Ensemble), 1932
Stepping Out (instrumental used in dance segment), 1991



Isn't It Wonderful

Words and music by Kay Thompson
No Leave, No Love (sung by Pat Kirkwood with Guy Lombardo and His Orchestra), 1946



music sheet border Isn't This a Lovely Day (To Be Caught in the Rain)

Words and music by Irving Berlin, 1935
Top Hat (sung by Fred Astaire, danced by Astaire and Ginger Rogers), 1935
Popularized by Fred Astaire

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Isn't This Better

Written by John Kander and Fred Ebb, 1975
Funny Lady (sung by Barbra Streisand), 1975


It

Words by Oscar Hammerstein, II and Otto Harbach, music by Sigmund Romberg, 1926
Deep in My Heart (sung and danced by Ann Miller with Chorus), 1954

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It All Depends on You

Words by B. G. DeSylva and Lew Brown, music by Ray Henderson, 1926
Introduced by Al Jolson in the stage musical "Big Boy"
The Singing Fool (sung by Al Jolson), 1928
Love Me or Leave Me (sung by Doris Day), 1955

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It Began in Yucatan

Words by Leo Robin, music by Jule Styne, 1951
Two Tickets to Broadway (danced by Ann Miller), 1951



It Could Only Happen in Brooklyn

Words by Sammy Cahn, music by Jule Styne, ~1950
The West Point Story (sung by James Cagney, danced by James Cagney and Virginia Mayo; sung and danced by Cagney and Chorus), 1950



It Doesn't Cost a Dime to Dream

Words and music by Ray Evans and Jay Livingston, ~1951
The Lemon Drop Kid (sung by Marilyn Maxwell and Bob Hope), 1951



It Feels So Right

Words and music by Fred Wise and Ben Weisman, ~1965
Tickle Me (sung by Elvis Presley with The Jordanaires), 1965

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It Goes Like It Goes

Words by Norman Gimbel, music by David Shire, 1979
Introduced by Jennifer Warnes in the film Norma Rae, 1979
Best Song Academy Award Won Best Song Academy Award for 1979
Recorded and popularized by Jennifer Warnes

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It Goes to Your Feet

Written by Sammy Fain and Lew Brown, 1937
New Faces of 1937 (sung and played by the Rio Brothers, then played by Orchestra and danced by Lowe, Hite and Stanley, then danced by Lorraine Krueger), 1937



It Goes to Your Toes

Written by Leo Robin and Nacio Herb Brown, 1944
Greenwich Village (sung, played and danced by The Step Brothers), 1945



music sheet cover It Had to Be You

Words by Gus Kahn, music by Isham Jones, 1924
Introduced by Isham Jones and His Orchestra
Popularized by Cliff Edwards
Show Business (sung by George Murphy and danced by George Murphy and Connie Moore; reprised by George Murphy and Connie Moore), 1944
I'll See You in My Dreams (sung by Danny Thomas), 1951

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It Happened in Kaloha

Written by Ralph Freed and Frank Skinner, 1940
It's a Date (played by Harry Owens and His Royal Hawaiians), 1940

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It Happened in Sun Valley

Words by Mack Gordon, music by Harry Warren, 1941
Sun Valley Serenade (sung by John Payne and Pat Friday dubbing for Lynn Bari, reprised throughout film), 1941

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It Happened to Jane

Words and music by Joe Lubin and I. J. Roth, 1959
It Happened to Jane (sung by Doris Day behind titles), 1959



It Happens Every Time

Words by Ira Gershwin, music by Burton Lane, 1952, 1953
Give a Girl a Break (sung by Gower Champion, danced by Marge and Gower Champion), 1953



It Looks Like a Big Night Tonight

Written by Harry Williams and Egbert Van Alstyne
Shine On, Harvest Moon (sung by Jack Carson, Ann Sheridan, Dennis Morgan and the Cops), 1944

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It Might as Well Be Spring

Words by Oscar Hammerstein II, music by Richard Rodgers, 1945
Introduced in the film State Fair (sung by Louanne Hogan dubbing for Jeanne Crain, reprised numerous times throughout movie), 1945
Best Song Academy Award Won Best Song Academy Award for 1945
Popularized by Dick Haymes
State Fair (sung by Anita Gordon dubbing for Pamela Tiffin), 1962

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It Must Be Good

Written by Sammy Cahn and Vernon Duke, 1952
April in Paris (sung by Doris Day and Girls Chorus), 1952



It Must Be June

Words by Al Dubin, music by Harry Warren, 1933
42nd Street (sung by Bebe Daniels and Dick Powell), 1933



It Never Rains But What It Pours

Words and music by Mack Gordon and Harry Revel, 1938
Love Finds Andy Hardy (sung by Judy Garland), 1938
Recorded for Decca Records by Judy Garland, 1938

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It Never Was You

Words by Maxwell Anderson, music by Kurt Weill, 1938
Introduced in the stage musical "Knickerbocker Holiday" by Richard Kollmar and Jeanne Madden
Recorded for Capitol Records by Judy Garland, 1960
I Could Go On Singing (sung by Judy Garland), 1963

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music sheet cover It Only Happens When I Dance with You

Words and music by Irving Berlin, 1947
Easter Parade (sung by Fred Astaire, reprised by Judy Garland, danced by Fred Astaire and Ann Miller), 1948

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It Only Hurts When I Cry

Words and music by Jerry Styner
Beach Blanket Bingo (sung by Donna Loren), 1965


It Only Takes a Moment

Words and music by Jerry Herman, 1964
Introduced in the stage musical "Hello, Dolly!" 1964
Hello, Dolly! (sung by Michael Crawford, Marianne McAndrew and Ensemble), 1969

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It Really Was No Miracle

Words by E. Y. Harburg, music by Harold Arlen, 1938
The Wizard of Oz (part of Munchkinland Sequence sung by Judy Garland, Billy Bletcher and The Munchkins), 1939

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It Seems to Be Spring music sheet It Seems to Be Spring

Written by Richard A. Whiting and George Marion Jr.
Let's Go Native (sung by Jeanette MacDonald and James Hall), 1930



It Takes a Woman

Words and music by Jerry Herman, 1964
Introduced in the stage musical "Hello, Dolly!" 1964
Hello, Dolly! (sung by Walter Matthau, Michael Crawford, Danny Lockin and Mens Chorus; reprised by Barbra Streisand), 1969

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It Takes Love to Make a Home

Words by Maxwell Anderson, music by Allie Wrubel
Never Steal Anything Small (sung and danced by Shirley Jones and Chorus of four men), 1959



It Was Only a Dream Kiss

Words by Leo Robin, music by Oscar Straus, ~1932
One Hour with You (spoken by Jeanette MacDonald and Maurice Chevalier), 1932



It Was So Beautiful

Words by Arthur Freed, music by Harry Barris, 1932
The Big Broadcast (sung by Kate Smith), 1932



It Won't Be Long 'Til Christmas

Words and music by Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman, 1966
The Happiest Millionaire (sung by Greer Garson and Fred MacMurray), 1967


It'll Be Great to Be Back Home

Words and music by Charles Martin
No Leave, No Love (sung by Chorus), 1946



It's a Blue World

Written by Robert Wright and Chet Forrest, 1940
Music in My Heart (sung by Tony Martin with Andre Kostelanetz and His Orchestra), 1940

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It's a Bore

Words by Alan Jay Lerner, music by Frederick Loewe, 1958
Gigi (Louis Jourdan and Maurice Chevalier), 1958

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It's a Boy

Written by Pete Townshend, 1969
Tommy (performed by Pete Townshend, Margo Newman and Vicki Brown), 1975

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It's a Chemical Reaction

Words and music by Cole Porter, 1955
Introduced by Hildegarde Neff in the stage musical "Silk Stockings," 1955
Silk Stockings (sung by Carole Richards dubbing for Cyd Charisse), 1957

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It's a Fine Life

Words and music by Lionel Bart, 1960
Introduced in the London production of the stage musical "Oliver!" 1960
Oliver! (sung by Shani Wallis, Sheila White and "The Three Cripples Crowd"), 1968

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It's a Good Day

Words and music by Peggy Lee and Dave Barbour, 1946
Popularized by Peggy Lee
With a Song in My Heart (sung by Jane Froman dubbing for Susan Hayward), 1952

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It's a Grand Night for Singing

Words by Oscar Hammerstein II, music by Richard Rodgers, 1945
State Fair (introuduced by Dick Haymes and the Company), 1945
Popularized by Dick Haymes
State Fair (sung by Ann-Margret, Pat Boone, Bobby Darin, David Street, Anita Gordon dubbing for Pamela Tiffin, and Chorus), 1962

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It's a Great Big World

Words by Johnny Mercer, music by Harry Warren, 1945
Recorded for Decca Records by Judy Garland, Virginia O'Brien and Betty Russell, 1945
The Harvey Girls (performed by Judy Garland, Virginia O'Brien and Marion Doenges dubbing for Cyd Charisse), 1946

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It's a Great Day for the Irish

Words and music by Roger Edens, 1940
Little Nellie Kelly (introduced by Judy Garland and Doug McPhail), 1940
Recorded for Decca Records by Judy Garland, 1940
Recorded for Capitol Records by Judy Garland, 1960

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It's a Great Feeling

Words by Sammy Cahn, music by Jule Styne, 1949
It's a Great Feeling (sung by Doris Day and Chorus), 1949

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It's a Long, Lonely Highway

Words and music by Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman
Tickle Me (sung by Elvis Presley on-screen behind titles), 1965

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It's a Long Long Way to Tipperary
(aka "It's a Long Way to Tipperary")

Words and music by Jack Judge and Harry H. Williams, 1912
Introduced in the stage musical "Chin Chin"
Popularized by John McCormack
The Story of Vernon and Irene Castle (sung by Chorus), 1939
For Me and My Gal (excerpt sung by Judy Garland), 1942

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It's a Lovely Day Today

Words and music by Irving Berlin, 1951
Call Me Madam (sung by Donald O'Connor and Carole Richards dubbing for Vera-Ellen, later danced by Donald O'Connor and Vera-Ellen), 1953

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It's a Lovely Day Tomorrow

Words and music by Irving Berlin, 1940
Louisiana Purchase (sung by male Chorus), 1941

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It's a Miracle (Une fleur)

Words and music by Soeur Sourire (aka "The Singing Nun")
English lyric by Randy Sparks
The Singing Nun (sung by Debbie Reynolds), 1966



It's a Most Important Affair

Words by Harold Adamson, music by Jimmy McHugh, 1943
Higher and Higher (sung by Mel Tormé and Marcy McGuire, Ivy Scott, Grace Hartman, Martha Mears dubbing for Michele Morgan, Dooley Wilson and Paul Hartman), 1943



music sheet cover It's a Most Unusual Day

Words by Harold Adamson, music by Jimmy McHugh, 1948
A Date with Judy (introduced by Jane Powell; reprised by a dubbed Elizabeth Taylor; and reprised in finale by Jane Powell with the Company and Chorus, including Elizabeth Taylor, Wallace Beery, Xavier Cugat, Carmen Miranda, Selena Royle, Scotty Beckett and Robert Stack), 1948

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It's a New World

Words by Ira Gershwin, music by Harold Arlen, 1954
A Star Is Born (sung by Judy Garland), 1954

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It's a Nice Face

Words by Dorothy Fields, music by Cy Coleman
Sweet Charity (sung by Shirley MacLaine), 1969

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It's a Perfect Relationship

Words by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, music by Jule Styne, 1956
Introduced in the stage musical "Bells Are Ringing," 1956
Bells Are Ringing (sung by Judy Holliday), 1960


It's a Simple Little System

Words by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, music by Jule Styne, 1956
Introduced in the stage musical "Bells Are Ringing," 1956
Bells Are Ringing (Eddie Foy, Jr., and Ensemble), 1960


It's a Sin to Tell a Lie

Words and music by Billy Mayhew, 1936
Introduced by Kate Smith
Popularized by Fats Waller (No. 1 Chart record)
Pennies from Heaven (sung by Dolly Dawn with George Hall and His Orchestra, lip-synced by Jessica Harper), 1981



It's a Southern Holiday

Written by Louis Prima, Jack Loman and Dave Franklin
You Can't Have Everything (Louis Prima and His Band), 1937



It's a Typical Day

Words by Johnny Mercer, music by Gene de Paul, 1956
Li'l Abner (sung by Peter Palmer and Chorus with short solos by Carmen Alvarez, Stubby Kaye, Bern Hoffman, Leslie Parris dubbed by Imogene Lynn, Joe E. Marks, Billie Hayes), 1959

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It's a Wonderful World

Words and music by Sid Tepper and Roy C. Bennett, ~1964
Roustabout (sung by Elvis Presley with The Jordanaires), 1964

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It's All for Art's Sake

Written by Leo Robin and Nacio Herb Brown, 1944
Greenwich Village (production number sung and danced by William Bendix, Vivian Blaine, B.S. Pully and large Chorus), 1945



It's All in a Lifetime

Words by Mack Gordon, music by Harry Warren, 1941
The Great American Broadcast (sung by Alice Faye), 1941



It's All in Your Mind

Words and music by Fred Karger, Ben Weisman and Sid Wayne
When the Boys Meet the Girls (sung by The Standells), 1965



It's All Over But the Shouting

Words and music by Cole Porter, 1937
Rosalie (sung by Nelson Eddy and Cadets), 1937



It's All Right with Me

Words and music by Cole Porter
Can-Can (sung by Frank Sinatra, reprised by Louis Jourdan), 1960


It's All So New to Me

Words by Ted Koehler and Irving Caesar, music by Ray Henderson, 1935
Curly Top (sung by John Boles), 1935



It's All the Same

Words by Joe Darion, music by Mitch Leigh, 1965
Introduced in the stage musical "Man of La Mancha," 1965
Man of La Mancha (sung by Sophia Loren), 1972

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It's All Too Much

Written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney, 1967
Yellow Submarine (sung by The Beatles), 1968


It's Always You

Words by Johnny Burke, music by Jimmy Van Heusen, 1941
Road to Zanzibar (sung by Bing Crosby; reprised by Bing, Bob Hope and Dorothy Lamour), 1941

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It's an Old Southern Custom

Words by Jack Yellen, music by Joseph Meyer, 1935
George White's 1935 Scandals (sung by Alice Faye, James Dunn and Cliff Edwards), 1935

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It's Anybody's Spring

Words by Johnny Burke, music by James Van Heusen, 1945
Road to Utopia (sung by Bing Crosby), 1945


It's Better Than a Dream

Words by Betty Comden and Adolph Green, music by Jule Styne, 1956
Introduced in the stage musical "Bells Are Ringing," 1956
Bells Are Ringing (sung by Judy Holliday and Dean Martin), 1960


It's Carnival Time

Words by Sid Wayne, music by Ben Weisman, ~1964
Roustabout (sung by Elvis Presley with The Jordanaires, reprised by Elvis Presley), 1964

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music sheet cover It's D'Lovely
(variously spelled "It's De Lovely," "It's De-Lovely," "It's Delovely," etc.)

Words and music by Cole Porter, 1936
Introduced by Ethel Merman and Bob Hope in the musical "Red, Hot and Blue," 1936
Published by Chappell & Co., Inc., NY, 1936
Popularized by Ethel Merman
Anything Goes (sung by Ethel Merman), 1936
Anything Goes (sung and danced by Donald O'Connor and Mitzi Gaynor), 1956

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It's Deductible

Words by Ralph Blane, music by Harold Arlen, 1950
My Blue Heaven (sung by Betty Grable, Dan Dailey, and party guests), 1950



It's Delightful to Be Married

Words by Anna Held, music by Vincent Scotto, 1907
Introduced in the stage musical "The Parisian Model"
The Great Ziegfeld (sung by Luise Rainer), 1936

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It's Dream Time

Written by Jack Brooks and Walter Schumann
I'll Be Yours (sung by Deanna Durbin and Chorus, with harmonica introduction), 1947



It's Dynamite

Words by Dorothy Fields, music by Harry Warren, 1951
Texas Carnival (sung by Ann Miller, danced by Ann Miller and Ensemble), 1951

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It's Fate Baby, It's Fate

Written by Betty Comden, Adolph Green and Roger Edens, 1949
Take Me Out to the Ball Game (performed by Betty Garrett and Frank Sinatra), 1949



It's Foolish but It's Fun

Words by Gus Kahn, music by Robert Stolz, ~1940
Spring Parade (sung by Deanna Durbin, later by Deanna Durbin, and later by Butch and Buddy - each segment having different lyric), 1940

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It's Getting Harder All the Time

Words by Ben Raleigh, music by Charles Albertine, 1967
To Sir, with Love (performed by The Mindbenders on-screen, danced by Judy Geeson and Sidney Poitier), 1967


It's Harry I'm Planning to Marry
(aka "'Tis Harry I'm Plannin' to Marry")

Words by Paul Francis Webster, music by Sammy Fain, 1953
Calamity Jane (sung by Gale Robbins, later by Allyn McLerie), 1953


It's Independence Day
(aka "Independence Day")

Written by Ralph Blane and Harry Warren, 1948
Summer Holiday (sung and danced by Mens Ensemble at picnic), 1948

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It's Just a New Spanish Custom

Words by Mack Gordon, music by Harry Revel, 1934
We're Not Dressing (sung by Ethel Merman and Leon Errol), 1934



It's Love I'm After

Words by Sidney D. Mitchell, music by Lew Pollack, 1936
Pigskin Parade (sung by Judy Garland), 1936

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music sheet cover It's Magic

Words by Sammy Cahn, music by Jule Styne, 1948
Nominated for Best Song Academy Award for 1948
Romance on the High Seas (excerpt sung in Spanish by wandering troubador, then sung in English by Doris Day joined by the troubador), 1948
Popularized by Doris Day

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It's Mine It's Yours (and The Pitchman)

Words by Ira Gershwin, music by Harold Arlen, 1954
The Country Girl (performed by Bing Crosby), 1954



It's Not Easy

Words and music by Al Kasha and Joel Hirschhorn, 1977
Pete's Dragon (sung by Sean Marshall and Helen Reddy), 1977


It's On, It's Off

Words by Sam Coslow, music by Al Siegel, 1937
Double or Nothing (sung by Bing Crosby while dancing with Mary Carlisle), 1937



It's Only a Paper Moon

Words by Billy Rose and E. Y. Harburg, music by Harold Arlen, 1933
Introduced in the film Take a Chance by June Knight and Buddy Rogers, 1933
Funny Lady (sung by Barbra Streisand, reprised by James Caan), 1975

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It's Only Love

Written by Johnny Green and Leo Robin, 1947
Something in the Wind (sung by Deanna Durbin), 1947

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It's Only Money

Words by Sammy Cahn, music by Jule Styne, 1951
Double Dynamite (sung by sung by Frank Sinatra and Groucho Marx; reprised by Sinatra, Marx and Jane Russell), 1951



It's Raining on Prom Night

Words and music by Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey, 1972
Introduced in the stage musical "Grease," 1972
Grease (sung by Cindy Bullens and Girls Chorus), 1978

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It's Raining Sunbeams

Words by Sam Coslow, music by Frederick Hollander, 1937
One Hundred Men and a Girl (sung by Deanna Durbin), 1937

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It's Raining Sundrops

Words by Sammy Cahn, music by Jule Styne, ~1950
The West Point Story (sung by Chorus; danced by James Cagney, Virginia Mayo and Chorus), 1950



It's So Easy

Words and music by Buddy Holly and Norman Petty, 1958
Popularized by Buddy Holly
The Buddy Holly Story (sung by Gary Busey, Don Stroud and Charles Martin Smith as Buddy Holly and The Crickets at the Apollo Theatre), 1978

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music sheet cover It's Swell of You

Words by Mack Gordon, music by Harry Revel, 1937
Wake Up and Live (sung by Jack Haley; danced by The Condos Brothers), 1937

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It's That Kind of Day

Written by Guy Hemric and Jerry Styner, 1964
Pajama Party (sung by Annette Funicello, instrumental arrangement played by The Nooney Rickett 4 throughout the film), 1964



It's the Animal in Me

Words by Mack Gordon, music by Harry Revel, 1935
The Big Broadcast of 1936 (sung by Ethel Merman), 1935



It's the Girl

Words by Dave Oppenheim, music by Abel Baer, 1931
Popularized by The Boswell Sisters
Pennies from Heaven (sung by rhe Boswell Sisters with The Dorsey Brothers Orchestra, lip-synced by Steve Martin and two men), 1981

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It's the Hard-Knock Life

Words by Martin Charnin, music by Charles Strouse, 1977
Introduced in the stage musical "Annie," 1977
Adapted for the screen by Ralph Burns
Annie (Aileen Quinn and Orphan Girls), 1982

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It's the Natural Thing to Do

Words by Johnny Burke, music by Arthur Johnston, 1937
Double or Nothing (sung by Bing Crosby), 1937

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It's the Same Old Dream

Words by Sammy Cahn, music by Jule Styne, 1947
It Happened in Brooklyn (introduced by Frank Sinatra with The Starlighters), 1947
Popularized by Frank Sinatra

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It's Today

Words and music by Jerry Herman, 1966
Introduced in the stage musical "Mame", 1966
Mame (sung and danced by Lucille Ball and party guests), 1974

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It's Torment

Words and music by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans, ~1953
Here Come the Girls (sung and danced by Bob Hope, Arlene Dahl and Girls Chorus), 1953



It's Tulip Time in Holland (Two Lips Are Calling Me)

Written by Richard A. Whiting and Dave Radford, 1915
Hello, Frisco, Hello (production number skated and sung by Chorus with specialty by James Sills and Marie Brown), 1943



It's Whatcha Do with Whatcha Got

Words by Don Raye, music by Gene De Paul, 1948
So Dear to My Heart (animated sequence sung by owl and various barnyard animals, voiced by John Beal, Ken Carson, Bob Stanton, and The Rhythmaires), 1949

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It's You or No One

Words by Sammy Cahn, music by Jule Styne, 1948
Romance on the High Seas (sung by Doris Day with The Page Cavanaugh Trio; reprised by Doris Day), 1948
Popularized by Doris Day

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Italian Lullaby

Words and music by Connie Francis
Follow the Boys (sung by Connie Francis), 1965


Italian Street Song

Words by Rida Johnson Young, music by Victor Herbert, 1910
Introduced in the stage musical "Naughty Marietta"
Naughty Marietta (sung by Jeanette MacDonald, Nelson Eddy and Mens Chorus behind titles; later by Zarubi Elmassian dubbing for Suzette, Nelson Eddy, Jeanette MacDonald and Chorus), 1935
Broadway Serenade (excerpt sung by Jeanette MacDonald), 1939
Holiday In Mexico (sung by Jane Powell), 1946

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Italian Tenor Aria

From the opera DER ROSENKAVALIER by Richard Strauss, first performed in Dresden, 1911
Serenade (sung by Mario Lanza), 1956



Italian Trio, The

Words by Joe Goodwin, music by Gus Edwards, 1929
Hollywood Revue of 1929 (includes excerpts of various Italian songs and arias with special lyrics sung by Charles King, Gus Edwards and Cliff Edwards), 1929



Ito Eats

Words and music by Sid Tepper and Roy C. Bennett, ~1961
Blue Hawaii (sung by Elvis Presley with The Jordanaires and Ensemble), 1961

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