• Strike up the Band
    (1927)
    Music by George Gershwin
    Lyrics by Ira Gershwin
    Played during the opening credits
    Sung by Judy Garland (uncredited), Mickey Rooney (uncredited), and chorus in the finale
  • Our Love Affair
    (1939)
    Music by Roger Edens
    Lyrics Arthur Freed
    Played during the opening and end credits
    Played on piano by Mickey Rooney (uncredited) and sung by Judy Garland (uncredited) and Mickey Rooney (uncredited) with orchestral accompaniment
    Reprised by the animated fruit orchestra
    Reprised by the band at rehearsal and at the dance
    Reprised by Judy Garland (uncredited) and Mickey Rooney (uncredited) in the finale
    Played as background music often
  • Do the La Conga
    (1939) (uncredited)
    Music and Lyrics by Roger Edens
    Performed by Judy Garland, Mickey Rooney, Sidney Miller, William Tracy and chorus at the dance
    Reprised by the cast in the finale
  • Nobody
    (1939) (uncredited)
    Music and Lyrics by Roger Edens
    Sung by Judy Garland
  • Oh Where, Oh Where Has My Little Dog Gone?
    (uncredited)
    Traditional
    Played as background music at the start of the fair sequence
  • The Gay Nineties
    (1940) (uncredited)
    Music and Lyrics by Roger Edens
    Performed by Judy Garland, Mickey Rooney, William Tracy, Margaret Early and chorus at the Elks Club show
  • Nell of New Rochelle
    (1939) (uncredited)
    Music and Lyrics by Roger Edens
    Performed by Judy Garland, Mickey Rooney and chorus in the Elks club show
  • Sidewalks of New York
    (1894) (uncredited)
    Music by Charles Lawlor
    A few notes played at the start of the 'Nell of New Rochelle' sequence
  • Walking Down Broadway
    (uncredited)
    Traditional
    Music Arranged by Roger Edens
    Sung by the chorus in the 'Nell of New Rochelle' sequence
  • A Man Was the Cause of It All
    (1939) (uncredited)
    Music and Lyrics by Roger Edens
    Sung by Judy Garland in the 'Nell of New Rochelle' sequence
  • After the Ball
    (1892) (uncredited)
    Music by Charles Harris
    Played as dance music in the 'Nell of New Rochelle' sequence
  • Sobre las olas (Over the Waves)
    (1887) (uncredited)
    Music by Juventino Rosas
    Played as background music in the 'Nell of New Rochelle' sequence
  • Heaven Will Protect the Working Girl
    (1909) (uncredited)
    Music by A. Baldwin Sloane
    Lyrics by Edgar Smith
    Sung by Judy Garland, Mickey Rooney and chorus in the 'Nell of New Rochelle' sequence
  • Home, Sweet Home
    (1823) (uncredited)
    Music by H.R. Bishop
    Played as background music when Nell rocks the cradle
  • Ta-ra-ra Boom-der-é
    (1891) (uncredited)
    Written by Henry J. Sayers
    Danced to and sung by June Preisser and sung by the chorus in the 'Nell of New Rochelle' sequence
    Reprised in the finale of the 'Nell of New Rochelle' sequence
  • Come Home, Father
    (1864) (uncredited)
    Music and Lyrics by Henry Clay Work
    Sung by Larry Nunn and Judy Garland in the 'Nell of New Rochelle' sequence
  • The Light Cavalry Overture
    (1866) (uncredited)
    Music by Franz von Suppé
    Played in the 'Nell of New Rochelle' sequence several times
  • Rock-a-Bye Baby
    (1886) (uncredited)
    Music by Effie I. Canning
    Played as background music when Willie is told to go home
  • Five Foot Two, Eyes of Blue (Has Anybody Seen My Girl)?
    (1925) (uncredited)
    Music by Ray Henderson
    Played as background music when Jimmy and Barbara wait for her parents
  • When Day is Done
    (1926) (uncredited)
    Music by Robert Katscher
    Opening number played by Paul Whiteman and Orchestra at Barbara's party
  • Wonderful One
    (1922) (uncredited)
    Music by Paul Whiteman and Ferde Grofé Sr.
    Played as dance music by Paul Whiteman and Orchestra at Barbara's party
  • Drummer Boy
    (1939) (uncredited)
    Music by Roger Edens
    Lyrics by Roger Edens and Arthur Freed
    Performed at Barbara's party by Judy Garland, Mickey Rooney (on drums and vibraphone) and other band members
    Reprised by the cast in the finale
  • China Boy
    (1922) (uncredited)
    Written by Dick Winfree and Phil Boutelje
    Played as background music during the travel and contest montage
  • Hands Across the Table
    (1934) (uncredited)
    Music by Jean Delettre
    Played as background music during the travel and contest montage
  • Limehouse Blues
    (1922) (uncredited)
    Music by Philip Braham
    Played as background music during the travel and contest montage
  • Tiger Rag
    (1918) (uncredited)
    Written by Edwin B. Edwards, Nick LaRocca, Tony Sbarbaro, Henry Ragas and Larry Shields
    Played as background music during the travel and contest montage
  • Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean
    (1843) (uncredited)
    Music Arranged by Thomas A. Beckett
    Played as background music when the flag is raised at the end