• Would You Like to Take a Walk?
    (uncredited)
    Music by Harry Warren
    Lyrics by Mort Dixon and Billy Rose
    Sung by Daffy Duck when he serenades the girl
  • My Little Buckaroo
    (uncredited)
    Music by M.K. Jerome
    Lyrics by Jack Scholl
    Sung by Daffy as he's riding the donkey
  • Hooray for Hollywood
    (uncredited)
    Music by Richard A. Whiting
    Played during the shot of the newspaper
  • California, Here I Come
    (uncredited)
    Music by Joseph Meyer
    Played during the shot of the Los Angeles City Limits sign
  • She's a Latin from Manhattan
    (uncredited)
    Music by Harry Warren
    Played when the girl first speaks
    Played as her theme
  • I Can't Get Along, Little Dogie
    (uncredited)
    Music by M.K. Jerome
    Played during the opening credits
  • Always in My Heart
    (uncredited)
    Music by Ernesto Lecuona (song "Siempre en mi corazón")
    Played when Daffy attempts to seduce the girl
  • Iola
    (uncredited)
    Music by Charles L. Johnson
    Played when Little Beaver applies paint to his face
  • Who Calls?
    (uncredited)
    Music by Johnny Marks
    Played when Little Beaver attempts to seduce Daffy
  • Western Scene
    (uncredited)
    Music by J.S. Zamecnik
    Played when Daffy runs from the teepee and hops on the donkey
    Also played when Daffy is pretending to fire his pistol
    Also played when Daffy runs into the Painted Desert
  • The Sun Dance
    (uncredited)
    Music by Leo Friedman
    Played when Daffy first dances with tomahawk in hand
  • Indian War Dance
    (uncredited)
    Music by J.S. Zamecnik
    Played briefly when Little Beaver starts riding the bicycle
    Also played when the Indians attack
    Also played when the Indian drops the tires on Daffy