• Ain't We Got Fun?
    (uncredited)
    Music by Richard A. Whiting
    Performed by orchestra during opening credits
  • Auld Lang Syne
    (uncredited)
    Tune traditional, words by Robert Burns
    Performed by orchestra as background music during New Year's Eve scene
  • The Washington Post
    (uncredited)
    Written by John Philip Sousa
    Performed by orchestra as background music during scene of men returning on ships from Europe after World War I
  • Semper Fidelis
    (uncredited)
    Written by John Philip Sousa
    Performed by orchestra as background music during scene with General Jack Pershing
  • Madamoiselle from Armenti√®res
    (uncredited)
    Written by Harry Carlton and Joseph Tunbridge
    Performed by Elsie Janis (dance)
  • Tammany
    (uncredited)
    Music by Gus Edwards
    Performed by orchestra as background music during scenes with politicians
  • Swanee
    (uncredited)
    Music by George Gershwin
    Performed by orchestra as background music during scene with Al Jolson
  • Ain't She Sweet?
    (uncredited)
    Music by Milton Ager
    Performed by orchestra as background music during scene with young women showing 'new' bobbed hairdo.
  • Oh You Beautiful Doll
    Music by Nat Ayer
    Performed by orchestra as background music during scene with young women wearing 'new' style of bathing suit
  • Crazy Words - Crazy Tune (Vo-do-de-o)
    Music by Milton Ager (uncredited)
    Lyrics by Jack Yellen (uncredited)
    Performed by Gus Van and Joe Schenck
  • How Dry I Am
    (uncredited)
    Traditional
    Performed by orchestra during scene of wine being poured into sewers
  • Black Bottom
    (uncredited)
    Music by Ray Henderson
    Performed by a chorus line in a speakeasy