Chapter 7

The Soundtrack Songs From Doris Day Films (1948-1968)The Soundtrack Songs From Doris Day Films (1948-1968)
The Soundtrack Songs From Doris Day Films (1948-1968)

Doris Day made her film début in the film Romance On the High Seas, thus adding to the vocal talent that initially brought her fame. Most of her Warner Bros. films were musicals and gave us some great songs and hits.  Her soundtrack songs were very popular sellers for Columbia Records, and Warner Bros. realized that those recordings helped to sell her movies. In most instances, the songs as performed in the films were different renditions from those released commercially. This portion of the discography will present the songs sung by Doris Day in her various films.

Romance On The High Seas (1948)
I’m In Love
It’s You Or No One
It’s Magic
Put ‘Em In A Box

My Dream Is Yours (1949)
Canadian Capers
With Plenty Of Money And You
Tic Tic Tic
You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby (short)
I’ll String Along With You
Someone Like You
My Dream Is Yours
Freddie, Get Ready

It’s A Great Feeling (1949)
It’s A Great Feeling
Blame My Absent-Minded Heart
That Was A Big Fat Lie
At The Cafe Rendezvous
There’s Nothing Rougher Than Love

Young Man With A Horn (1950)
The Very Thought Of You
Too Marvelous For Words
I May Be Wrong
With A Song In My Heart

Tea For Two (1950)
I Know That You Know
Tea For Two
I Want To Be Happy
Do, Do, Do
No, No, Nanette (w/chorus)

The West Point Story (1950)
10,432 Sheep
Military Polka
By The Kissing Rock
You Love Me

Lullaby Of Broadway (1951)
Just One Of Those Things
You’re Getting To Be A Habit With Me
Lullaby of Broadway
Somebody Loves Me
I Love The Way You Say Goodnight

On Moonlight Bay (1951)
Tell Me
Love Ya
On Moonlight Bay
Christmas Story
Till We Meet Again

Starlift (1951)
‘S Wonderful
You’re Gonna Lose Your Gal
You Do Something To Me
You Oughta Be in Pictures

I’ll See You In My Dreams (1952)
I Wish I Had A Girl
The One I Love
Medley: Nobody’s Sweetheart/My Buddy/Toot Toot Tootsie
Medley: Yes Sir, That’s My Baby/Swingin’ Down The Lane
Makin’ Whoopee!
I’ll See You In My Dreams

The Winning Team (1952)
Take Me Out To The Ball Game (short)
Old Saint Nicholas

April In Paris (1953)
April In Paris
I Know A Place
I’m Gonna Rock The Boat Tonight
Isn’t Love Wonderful
It Must Be Good
The Place You Hold In My Heart
That’s What Makes Paris Paree
I Ask You

By The Light Of The Silvery Moon (1953)
Your Eyes Have Told Me So
Be My Little Baby Bumble Bee
Your Eyes Have Told Me So
Ain’t We Got Fun
By The Light Of The Silvery Moon
If You Were The Only Girl
King Chanticleer
I’ll Forget You

Calamity Jane (1953)
The Deadwood Stage
I Can Do Withour You
Just Blew In From The Windy City
A Woman’s Touch
The Black Hills Of Dakota
Secret Love

Lucky Me (1953)
The Superstition Song
Parisian Pretties
High Hopes
I Speak To The Stars
Blue Belles Of Broadway
I Wanna Sing Like An Angel
Love You Dearly

Young At Heart (1954)
There’s A Rising Moon
Hold Me In Your Arms
Till My Love Comes To Me
Ready, Willing and Able
You My Love

Love Me Or Leave Me (1955)
It All Depends on You
You Made Me Love You
Stay on the Right Side Sister
Mean to Me
Everybody Loves My Baby
Sam the Old Accordian Man
Shakin’ the Blues Away
Ten Cents a Dance
I’ll Never Stop Loving You
Never Look Back
At Sundown
Love Me or Leave Me

The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956)
Whatever Will Be, Will Be (Que Sera, Sera)
We’ll Love Again

Julie (1956)

The Pajama Game (1957)
I’m Not At All In Love
There Once Was a Man
Hey There
Seven and a Half Cents
Once a Year Day
Small Talk
The Man Who Invented Love (only on DVD of film as bonus)

Teacher’s Pet (1958) – title song sung over credits

The Tunnel Of Love (1958)
title song sung over credits
Run Away, Skidaddle Skidoo

It Happened To Jane (1959)
It Happened To Jane
Be Prepared

Pillow Talk (1959)
title song sung over credits
Roly Poly
Possess Me

Please Don’t Eat The Daisies (1960)
Whatever Will Be, Will Be (short)
Anyway The Wind Blows
Please Don’t Eat The Daisies

Lover Come Back (1962)
title song sung over credits
Should I Surrender?

Billy Rose’s Jumbo (1962)
Circus is on Parade
Over and Over Again
Why Can’t I
This Can’t Be Love
My Romance
Little Girl Blue
Sawdust, Spangles and Dreams

Move Over Darling (1963)
title song sung over credits
Twinkle Lullaby

Send Me No Flowers (1964) – title song sung over credits

Do No Disturb (1965)
title song sung over credits
Au Revoir Is Goodbye With A Smile

The Glass Bottom Boat (1966)
title song w/ Arthur Godfrey
Whatever Will Be Will Be
Soft As The Starlight

Caprice (1967) – title song sung over credits

Page Chapter Links:
1. The Les Brown Years (1940-1946)
2. The Les Brown Years – Non-Commercial Recordings (1940-1946)
3. The Radio Years (1939-1953)
4. The Columbia Records Solo Years (1947-1967)
5. Other Commercial Albums
6. Non-Commercial Transcriptions and Recording Sessions
7. The Soundtrack Songs From Doris Day Films (1948-1968)
8. The Television Years (1968-1986)
9. The Bear Family Records of Germany Boxed Sets (1992-1997)