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After You've Gone

Ain't Misbehavin'

Alexander's Ragtime Band

All Alone

    Words and music by Irving Berlin, 1924
    Introduced by Grace Moore and Oscar Shaw in the stage revue "Music Box Revue of 1924"
    Performed by Alice Faye in the film Alexander's Ragtime Band, 1938
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #18 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped January 14, 1964

All-Purpose Holiday Medley

Almost Like Being in Love

Almost Like Being in Love / This Can't Be Love

Alone Together

America the Beautiful

And This Is My Beloved

    Words and music by Robert B. Wright and George Forrest, 1953
    Introduced by Richard Kiley, Alfred Drake, Doretta Morrow and Henry Calvin in the stage musical "Kismet"
    Performed by Ann Blyth and Vic Damone in the film Kismet, 1955
    Performed by Judy Garland and Vic Damone as part of the Kismet Medley on Episode #24 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped February 23, 1964

Any Place I Hang My Hat Is Home

April in Paris

    Words by E.Y. Harburg, music by Vernon Duke, 1932
    Introduced by Evelyn Hoey in the stage revue "Walk a Little Faster"
    Performed by Doris Day and reprised by Claude Dauphin in outdoor cafe scene in the film April in Paris, 1952
    Performed by Judy Garland and Mel Tormé with Count Basie and His Orchestra as part of the Count Basie Medley on Episode #2 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped July 7, 1963
    See also: Master Song Index

As Long As He Needs Me

    Words and music by Lionel Bart, 1960
    Introduced by Georgia Brown in the stage production of "Oliver!"
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #2 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped July 7, 1963
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #3 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped July 16, 1963
    Released on record "Just for Openers"
    Released on CDs: Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #25 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped March 6, 1964
    Performed by Shani Wallis in the film Oliver!, 1968

At Last

At the Moving Picture Ball

Auld Lang Syne

Battle Hymn of the Republic

Be a Clown

    Words and music by Cole Porter, 1948
    Introduced by Gene Kelly and the Nicholas Brothers and by Gene Kelly and Judy Garland in the film The Pirate, 1948
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #23 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped February 21, 1964

Be My Guest

    Words and music by Mel Tormé
    Performed by Judy Garland and Steve Lawrence on Episode #6 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped September 13, 1963
    Performed by Judy Garland and Donald O'Connor as part of the Songs We're Famous For Medley on Episode #7 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped September 20, 1963
    Performed by Judy Garland, George Maharis and Jack Carter on Episode #8 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped September 27, 1963
    Performed by Judy Garland, Barbra Streisand, Jerry Van Dyke and the Smothers Brothers on Episode #9 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped October 4, 1963
    Performed by Judy Garland, Ray Bolger and Jane Powell on Episode #10 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped October 11, 1963
    Performed by Judy Garland, Steve Allen and Mel Tormé on Episode #11 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped October 18, 1963
    Performed by Judy Garland, Vic Damone and Zina Bethune on Episode #12 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped November 1, 1963

Bess, You Is My Woman Now

Best Is Yet to Come, The

Better Luck Next Time

Beyond the Blue Horizon

Big Bad Bill (Is Sweet William Now)

Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home

    Words and music by Hughie Cannon, 1902
    Popularized by Louis Armstrong
    Performed by Kathryn Grayson and "Family" in the film The Vanishing Virginian, 1942
    Performed by Louis Armstrong joined by Danny Kaye and later by Louis Armstrong with his band in the film The Five Pennies, 1959
    Performed by Judy Garland and Peggy Lee as part of the I Like Men Medley on Episode #13 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped November 8, 1963

Bob White (Whatcha Gonna Swing Tonight?)

Boy Next Door, The

Boy of Mine

Broadway Medley

Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?

But Not for Me

By Myself

Bye Bye Baby

    Words by Leo Robin, music by Jule Styne, 1949
    Introduced by Carol Channing and Jack McCauley in the stage musical "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes"
    Performed by Marilyn Monroe and Jane Russell in the film Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, 1953
    Performed by Judy Garland and Liza Minnelli as part of the Judy Garland - Liza Minnelli Medley on Episode #3 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped July 16, 1963

Bye Bye Blackbird

Call Me Irresponsible

Carolina in the Morning

Charley, My Boy

Chicago (That Toddling Town)

    Words and music by Fred Fisher, 1922
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #7 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped September 20, 1963
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #24 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped February 23, 1964
    See also: Master Song Index

Children's Songs Medley

Christmas Song, The

    Words by Bob Wells, music by Mel Tormé
    Performed by Judy Garland and Mel Tormé on Episode #15 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped December 6, 1963

Cleopatterer

    Words by P.G. Wodehouse, music by Jerome Kern, 1917
    Introduced in the stage musical "Leave It to Jane"
    Performed by Ray MacDonald with June Allyson and Ensemble in the film Till the Clouds Roll By, 1947
    Performed by Judy Garland and June Allyson as part of the MGM Medley on Episode #6 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped September 13, 1963

Come Rain or Come Shine

    Words by Johnny Mercer, music by Harold Arlen, 1946
    Introduced by Ruby Hill and Harold Nicholas in the stage musical "St. Louis Woman"
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #3 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped July 16, 1963
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #21 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped January 31, 1964
    See also: Master Song Index

Comes Once in a Lifetime

Consider Yourself

    Words and music by Lionel Bart, 1960
    Introduced by Keith Hamshere, Martin Horsey and Ensemble in the London production of "Oliver!"
    Performed by Judy Garland, Lorna Luft, Joey Luft and Liza Minnelli on Episode #15 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped December 6, 1963
    Performed by Jack Wild, Mark Lester and Ensemble in the film Oliver!, 1968

Cottage for Sale, A

    Words and music by Willard Robison and Larry Conley, 1930
    Introduced by Willard Robison and His Deep River Orchestra
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #2 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped July 7, 1963

Could You Use Me?

Count Basie Medley

    Performed by Judy Garland and Mel Tormé with Count Basie and His Orchestra on Episode #2 of "The Judy Garland Show," Taped July 7, 1963. Consists of the songs:

Country Medley

    Performed by Judy Garland, Jerry Van Dyke, George Maharis, Jack Carter and The Dillards on Episode #8 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped September 27, 1963. Consists of the songs:

Couple of Swells, A

Day In - Day Out

Dear Old Donegal

Deck the Halls

    (traditional Christmas Carol)
    Performed by Judy Garland, Vic Damone and Zina Bethune as part of the All-Purpose Holiday Medley on Episode #12 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped November 1, 1963
    Performed by Judy Garland, Liza Minnelli, Lorna Luft, Joey Luft, Jack Jones, Mel Tormé, Tracy Everitt and Chorus as part of the Traditional Christmas Medley on Episode #15 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped December 6, 1963

'Deed I Do

Dirty Hands, Dirty Face

Do I Love You?

    Words and music by Cole Porter, 1939
    Introduced by Ethel Merman and Ronald Graham in the stage musical "Du Barry Was a Lady"
    Performed by Gene Kelly in the film Du Barry Was a Lady, 1943
    Performed by Ginny Simms in the film Night and Day (Cole Porter biopic), 1946
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #24 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped February 23, 1964
    See also: Master Song Index

Do It Again

Don't Ever Leave Me

    Words by Oscar Hammerstein II, music by Jerome Kern, 1929
    Introduced by Helen Morgan and Robert Chisholm in the stage musical "Sweet Adeline"
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #21 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped January 31, 1964

Donkey Serenade, The

Doodlin' Song, A

    Words and music by Carolyn Leigh and Cy Coleman, 1962
    Popularized by Peggy Lee
    Performed by Judy Garland and June Allyson on Episode #6 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped September 13, 1963

Down with Love

    Words by E.Y. Harburg, music by Harold Arlen, 1937
    Introduced by Vivian Vance, June Clyde and Jack Whiting in the stage musical "Hooray for What"
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #24 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped February 23, 1964
    See also: Master Song Index

Easter Parade

Elmer's Tune

Everybody's Doing It

    Words and music by Irving Berlin, 1911
    Introduced in the stage musical "Everybody's Doing It"
    Sung by Alice Faye and Chorus and danced by Dixie Dunbar and Wally Vernon in the film Alexander's Ragtime Band, 1938
    Danced by Judy Garland and Chorus Girls in the film Easter Parade, 1948
    Performed by Judy Garland, Ethel Merman, Shelley Berman, Peter Genero and Dancers as part of the medley Everybody's Doing It / Let's Do It on Episode #16 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped December 13, 1963

Everybody's Doing It / Let's Do It

Fascinating Rhythm

Fly Me to the Moon (In Other Words)

Foggy Day (In London Town), A

For Me and My Gal

Friendship

    Words and music by Cole Porter, 1939
    Introduced by Ethel Merman and Bert Lahr in the stage musical "Du Barry Was a Lady"
    Recorded for Decca Records by Judy Garland and Johnny Mercer, 1940
    Performed by Red Skelton, Lucille Ball, Gene Kelly, Virginia O'Brien, Rags Ragland and Zero Mostel with Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra in the film Du Barry Was a Lady, 1943
    Performed by Judy Garland and Ethel Merman as part of the Judy Garland - Ethel Merman Medley on Episode #16 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped December 13, 1963
    See also: Master Song Index

From This Moment On

    Words and music by Cole Porter, 1950
    Introduced by Ann Miller, Tommy Rall, Bobby Van and Bob Fosse (and danced by Ann Miller and Tommy Rall, Bob Fosse and Carol Haney, Bobby Van and Jeanne Coyne) in the film Kiss Me Kate, 1953
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #12 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped November 1, 1963

Get Happy

Get Happy / Happy Days Are Here Again

Get Me to the Church on Time

Getting To Know You

    Words by Oscar Hammerstein II, music by Richard Rodgers, 1951
    Introduced by Gertrude Lawrence and Children in the stage musical "The King and I"
    Performed by Deborah Kerr and Children in the film The King and I, 1956
    Performed by Judy Garland and Zina Bethune on Episode #12 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped November 1, 1963

Give a Little Whistle

    Words by Ned Washington, music by Leigh Harline, 1940
    Introduced by Cliff Edwards (as Jiminy Cricket) and Dickie Jones (as Pinocchio) in the animated film Pinocchio, 1940
    Performed by Judy Garland and Louis Jourdan as part of the Children's Songs Medley on Episode #19 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped January 17, 1964

Give My Regards to Broadway

    Words and music by George M. Cohan, 1904
    Introduced in the stage musical "Little Johnny Jones"
    Performed by James Cagney and Chorus in the film Yankee Doodle Dandy (George M. Cohan biopic), 1942
    Performed by Judy Garland as part of the World War I Medley on Episode #20 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped January 24, 1964

Glenn Miller Medley

God's Country

Goin' Home

    Words and music by William Arms Fisher, 1922 (adapted from the "New World Symphony," music by Anton Dvorak)
    Performed by Judy Garland and Bobby Darin as part of the Train Medley on Episode #14 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped November 30, 1963

Going Home Train

    Words and music by Harold J. Rome
    Performed by Bobby Short and Mens Chorus in the film Call Me Mister, 1951
    Performed by Judy Garland as part of the Train Medley on Episode #14 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped November 30, 1963

Great Day

    Words by Billy Rose and Edward Eliscu, music by Vincent Youmans, 1929
    Introduced by Lois Deppe and The Russell Wooding Jubilee Singers in the stage musical "Great Day!"
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #21 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped January 31, 1964
    Performed by Barbra Streisand in the film Funny Lady, 1975

Happiness Is a Thing Called Joe

Happy Birthday to You

Happy Days Are Here Again

(Howdy Neighbor) Happy Harvest

Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas

He's Got the Whole World in His Hands

He's in Love

    Words and music by Robert B. Wright and George Forrest, 1953
    Introduced by Hal Hackaday in the stage musical "Kismet"
    Performed by Judy Garland and Vic Damone as part of the Kismet medley on Episode #24 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped February 23, 1964

Hello Bluebird

    Words and music by Cliff Friend, 1926
    Recorded by Nick Lucas (and others)
    Performed by Judy Garland in the film I Could Go On Singing, 1963
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #14 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped November 30, 1963
    Also inserted into Episode #10 of "The Judy Garland Show, taped March 1, 1964 and aired March 1, 1964
    See also: Master Song Index

Here's That Rainy Day

    Words by Johnny Burke, music by Jimmy Van Heusen, 1953
    Introduced by John Raitt in the stage musical "Carnival in Flanders"
    Performed by Judy Garland and Dancers on Episode #11 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped October 18, 1963

Hey, Look Me Over

    Words by Carolyn Leigh, music by Cy Coleman, 1960
    Introduced by Lucille Ball and Paula Stewart in the stage musical "Wildcat"
    Performed April 26, 1962 by Judy Garland at Manhattan Center in New York and released on Capitol Records
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #2 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped July 7, 1963
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #21 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped January 31, 1964
    See also: Master Song Index

Hit Parade 1964 Medley

    Performed by Judy Garland, Peter Lawford and Martha Raye on Episode #18 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped January 14, 1964. Consists of the songs:
      Be True to Your School (Wilson-Love), sung by Peter
      The Boy Next Door (Martin-Blane), rock arrangement sung by Judy
      "Dumbhead,"sung by Martha
      "The Nitty-Gritty" (Chase), danced by Dancers
      That Wonderful Year, sung by Judy, Martha and Peter

Hit the Road to Dreamland

Honeysuckle Rose

Hooray for Love

Hooray for Love medley

    Performed by Judy Garland and Barbra Streisand on Episode #9 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped October 4, 1963. Consists of the songs:
    Performed by Judy Garland with Liza Minnelli at the Palladium in London on November 8, 1964, and released on Capitol Records, 1965

How About Me

    Words and music by Irving Berlin, 1928
    Popularized by Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #13 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped November 8, 1963
    See also: Master Song Index

How About You?

I Am Loved

    Words and music by Cole Porter, 1950
    Introduced by Patricia Gillette in the stage musical "Out of This World"
    Recorded by Judy Garland for Capitol Records, 1958
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #25 of "The Judy Garland Show" taped March 6, 1964
    See also: Master Song Index

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"
    Performed by Michelle Lee and reprised by Robert Morse in the film How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, 1967
    Performed by Judy Garland and Jerry Van Dyke on Episode #1 of "The Judy Garland Show" taped June 24, 1963, but deleted before airing
    Performed by Judy Garland, Chita Rivera and Louis Nye on Episode #17 of "The Judy Garland Show" taped December 20, 1963

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"
    Performed by Lena Horne, Bill Robinson and Chorus in the film Stormy Weather, 1943
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #21 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped January 31, 1964
    See also: Master Song Index

I Can't Stop Loving You

    Words and music by Don Gibson, 1958
    Popularized by Don Gibson
    Performed by Count Basie and His Orchestra as part of the Count Basie Medley on Episode #2 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped July 7, 1963

I Don't Care

I Feel a Song Comin' On

I Got Plenty o' Nuttin'

I Gotta Right to Sing the Blues

I Hear Music

I Hear Music / The Sweetest Sounds / Strike Up the Band

I Left My Heart in San Francisco

I Like Men

I Like Men Medley

I Love Being Here with You

I Love You

    Words and music by Cole Porter, 1943
    Introduced by Wilbur Evans in the stage musical "Mexican Hayride"
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #24 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped February 23, 1964

I Love You Today

    Words and music by Steve Allen
    Performed by Libi Staiger in the stage musical "Sophie"
    Performed by Judy Garland and Steve Allen as part of the Sophie Medley on Episode #11 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped October 18, 1963

I Wish You Love

    Original French title: "Que reste-t-il de nos amours?" [What remains of our loves?]
    Words and music by Charles Trenet, 1943
    English lyric by Lee Wilson, 1946
    Recorded by Charles Trenet
    Popularized by Felicia Sanders
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #8 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped September 27, 1963
    Released on record: "Just For Openers"
    Released on CDs:

I'll See You Again

    Words and music by Noel Coward, 1929
    Introduced by Peggy Wood and Georges Metaxa in the London production of the operetta "Bitter Sweet"
    Performed by Jeanette MacDonald and Nelson Eddy in the film Bitter Sweet, 1940
    Performed by Judy Garland and Jack Jones as part of the Jeanette MacDonald - Nelson Eddy Medley on Episode #22 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped February 14, 1964

I'll Show Them All

    Words and music by Steve Allen
    Introduced by Libi Staiger in the stage musical "Sophie," 1963
    Performed by Judy Garland as part of the Sophie Medley on Episode #11 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped October 18, 1963

I'm Always Chasing Rainbows

I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right out of My Hair

I'm Nobody's Baby

I'm Old Fashioned

I've Been Working on the Railroad

    (traditional)
    Performed by Judy Garland and Bobby Darin as part of the Train Medley on Episode #14 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped November 30, 1963

I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm

    Words and music by Irving Berlin, 1937
    Introduced by E.E. Clive, Dick Powell and Alice Faye in the film On the Avenue, 1937
    Performed by Judy Garland with Count Basie and His Orchestra as part of the Count Basie Medley on Episode #2 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped July 7, 1963

I've Heard That Song Before

If I Had a Talking Picture of You

If I Had a Talking Picture of You / Toot, Toot, Tootsie, Goodbye

If I Only Had a Brain

If I Only Had a Brain / We're Off to See the Wizard

If Love Were All

    Words and music by Noel Coward, 1929
    Introduced by Ivy St. Helier in the London production of the operetta "Bitter Sweet"
    Recorded by Judy Garland for Capitol Records, 1961
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #5 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped July 30, 1963, but deleted before airing
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #14 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped December 19, 1963. This performance was also inserted into Episode #10, aired March 1, 1964
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #22 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped February 14, 1964. This performance was also inserted into Episode #26, aired March 29, 1964

If You Knew Susie Like I Knew Susie

Ill Wind (You're Blowin' Me No Good)

Indian Love Call

Island in the West Indies

    Words by Ira Gershwin, music by Vernon Duke, 1936
    Introduced by Gertrude Nielsen in the stage revue "Ziegfeld Follies of 1936"
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #11 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped October 18, 1963

It Ain't Necessarily So

It All Depends on You

It's a Good Day

It's All Right with Me

It's De-Lovely

It's Only a Paper Moon

It's So Nice to Have a Man Around the House

Italian Street Song

Jamboree Jones

Jeanette MacDonald - Nelson Eddy Medley

Jingle Bells

Jitterbug, The

    Words by E. Y. Harburg, music by Harold Arlen, 1938
    Pre-recorded by Judy Garland, Ray Bolger, Jack Haley, Buddy Ebsen and Bert Lahr for the film The Wizard of Oz, 1938, but not used in the film
    Performed by Judy Garland, Jane Powell, Ray Bolger and Dancers on Episode #10 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped October 11, 1963
    See also: Master Song Index

Joey, Joey, Joey

    Words and music by Frank Loesser, 1956
    Introduced by Art Lund in the stage musical "The Most Happy Fella"
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #25 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped March 6, 1964
    See also: Capitol "Live" Songs page

Judy at the Palace Medley

Judy Garland - Ethel Merman Medley

Judy Garland - Liza Minnelli Medley

Judy Garland - Liza Minnelli - Jack Jones "Holiday" Medley

    Performed by Judy Garland, Liza Minnelli, Jack Jones, Tracy Everitt, Lorna Luft, Joey Luft, Mel Tormé and the Peter Gennaro Dancers on Episode #15 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped December 6, 1963. Consists of the songs:
      Jingle Bells (Pierpont), sung by all
      Sleigh Ride (Parrish-Anderson), sung by all
      "It Happened in Sun Valley" (Gordon-Warren), sung by Liza and Jack
      Winter Wonderland (Smith-Bernard), sung by Judy
      "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" (Marks), danced by the Peter Gennaro Dancers
      Jingle Bells, reprised by all

Judy Garland - Mickey Rooney MGM Sketch / Medley

Judy Garland - Peggy Lee Medley

Judy Garland - Tony Bennett Medley

Judy Sings Lena Sings Judy Medley

    Performed by Judy Garland and Lena Horne on Episode #4 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped July 23, 1963. Consists of the songs:
      Honeysuckle Rose (Waller-Razaf), sung by Judy
      "Meet Me In St. Louis, Louis" (Sterling-Mills), sung by Lena
      'Deed I Do (Rose-Hirsch), sung by Judy
      "Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart" (Hanley), sung by Lena
      It's All Right with Me (Porter), sung by Judy
      The Trolley Song (Martin-Blane), sung by Judy and Lena
      Love (Martin-Blane), sung by Judy and Lena

Just Imagine

Just in Time

Just You, Just Me

Keep the Home Fires Burning

Kismet Medley

    Performed by Judy Garland and Vic Damone on Episode #24 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped February 23, 1964. Consists of the songs:
      "Night of My Nights" (Wright-Forrest), sung by Vic
      He's in Love (Wright-Forrest), sung by Judy and Vic
      This Is My Beloved (Wright-Forrest), sung by Judy and Vic

Last Dance, The

Last Night When We Were Young

Let Me Entertain You

    Words by Stephen Sondheim, music by Jule Styne, 1959
    Introduced by Sandra Church and Company in the stage musical "Gypsy"
    Performed by Ann Jillian and later by Natalie Wood in the film Gypsy, 1962
    Performed by Liza Minnelli joined by Judy Garland on Episode #3 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped July 16, 1963

Let's Be Buddies

    Words and music by Cole Porter, 1940
    Introduced by Ethel Merman and Joan Carroll in the stage musical "Panama Hattie"
    Performed by Ann Sothern and Jackie Horner in the film Panama Hattie, 1942
    Performed by Judy Garland and Ethel Merman as part of the Judy Garland - Ethel Merman Medley on Episode #16 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped December 13, 1963

Let's Call the Whole Thing Off

Let's Do It (Let's Fall in Love)

    Words and music by Cole Porter, 1928
    Introduced by Irene Bordoni and Arthur Margetson in the stage play "Paris"
    Performed by Judy Garland, Steve Allen and Mel Tormé as part of the Songwriter Sketch / Medley on Episode #11 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped October 18, 1963
    Performed by Judy Garland, Ethel Merman, Shelley Berman and Peter Genero as part of the medley, Everybody's Doing It / Let's Do It on Episode #16 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped December 13, 1963

Let's Take the Long Way Home

Life Is Just a Bowl of Cherries

    Words by Lew Brown, music by Ray Henderson, 1931
    Introduced by Ethel Merman in the stage revue "George White's Scandals"
    Performed by Judy Garland and Men Dancers on Episode #6 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped September 13, 1963
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #25 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped March 6, 1964
    See also: Master Song Index

Little Drops of Rain

Liza (All the Clouds'll Roll Away)

Lonesome Road, The

    Words by Gene Austin, music by Nathaniel Shilkret, 1929
    Introduced by Jules Bledsoe dubbing for Stepin Fetchit in the film "Show Boat," 1929
    Performed by Judy Garland and Bobby Darin as part of the Train Medley on Episode #14 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped November 30, 1963

Look for the Silver Lining

    Words by B.G. DeSylva, music by Jerome Kern, 1920
    Introduced by Marilyn Miller and Irving Fisher in the stage musical "Sally"
    Performed by Marilyn Miller and Alexander Gray in the film Sally, 1929
    Performed by William Powell, Robert Greig, William Demarest and Charles Trowbridge (reprised by Rosina Lawrence) in the film The Great Ziegfeld, 1936
    Performed by Judy Garland (as Marilyn Miller) in the film Till the Clouds Roll By, 1946
    Performed by Gordon MacRae and June Haver in the film Look for the Siler Lining, 1949
    Performed by Judy Garland, Steve Lawrence and June Allyson as part of the MGM Medley on Episode #6 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped September 13, 1963
    See also: Master Song Index

Lorna

Lost in the Stars

    Words by Maxwell Anderson, music by Kurt Weill, 1949
    Introduced by Todd Duncan in the stage musical "Lost in the Stars"
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #24 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped February 23, 1964

Lot of Livin' To Do, A

    Words by Lee Adams, music by Charles Strouse, 1960
    Introduced by Dick Gautier and Teenagers in the stage musical "Bye Bye Birdie"
    Performed by Jesse Pearson, Ann-Margret and Bobby Rydell in the film Bye Bye Birdie, 1963
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #10 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped October 11, 1963

Love

Love of My Life

Lover Come Back to Me

Lucky Day

MGM Medley

    Performed by Judy Garland, June Allyson and Steve Lawrence on Episode #6 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped September 13, 1963. Consists of the songs:
      "Buckle Down, Winsocki" (Martin-Blane), danced by Dancers
      "(I'm in Love with You) Honey", sung by June
      Cleopatterer (Kern-Wodehouse-Bolton), sung by Judy and June
      "Thou Swell" (Rodgers-Hart), sung by Steve
      Look for the Silver Lining (Kern-DeSylva), sung by Judy
      "Till the Clouds Roll By" (Kern-Wodehouse-Bolton), sung by Steve
      Till the Clouds Roll By / Look for the Silver Lining (Wodehouse-Bolton-Kern) / (DeSylva-Kern), sung by Judy, June and Steve

Mad Dogs and Englishmen

    Words and music by Noel Coward, 1931
    Introduced by Beatrice Lillie in the stage revue "The Third Little Show"
    Performed by Judy Garland, Lena Horne, Terry Thomas and Dancers on Episode #4 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped July 23, 1963

Make Someone Happy

Man That Got Away, The

Maria

Maybe I'll Come Back

    Words and music by Charles L. Cooke and Howard C. Jeffrey
    The closing song for most episodes of the "Judy Garland Show," sung by Judy Garland. Each episode would feature a new "cousin" in the song
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #1, taped June 24, 1963
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #2, taped July 7, 1963
    Performed by Judy Garland and Liza Minnelli on Episode #3, taped July 16, 1963. The "cousin" was Liza Minnelli
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #4, taped July 23, 1963. The "cousin" was Bela Lugosi
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #5, taped July 30, 1963
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #6, taped September 13, 1963
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #7, taped September 20, 1963
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #8, taped September 27, 1963. The "cousin" was Hunt Stromberg, Jr.
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #9, taped October 4, 1963
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #10, taped October 11, 1963
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #11, taped October 18, 1963
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #12, taped November 1, 1963
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #13, taped November 8, 1963. The "cousin" was "everybody's grandma."
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #14, taped November 30, 1963
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #17, taped December 20, 1963
    See also: Master Song Index

Me and My Shadow

Mean to Me

Memories of You

    Words by Andy Razaf, music by Eubie Blake, 1930
    Introduced by Minto Cato in the stage revue "Lew Leslie's Blackbirds of 1930"
    Recorded by Judy Garland for Capitol Records, 1956
    Performed by Judy Garland, with Count Basie on the organ, on Episode #2 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped July 7, 1963
    See also: Master Song Index

Moon River

    Words by Johnny Mercer, music by Henry Mancini, 1961
    Introduced in the film Breakfast at Tiffany's, 1961
    Popularized by Andy Williams
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #12 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped November 1, 1963

Moonlight Cocktail

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M-O-T-H-E-R (A Word That Means the World to Me)

Mr. Wonderful

My Buddy

    Words by Gus Kahn, music by Walter Donaldson, 1922
    Popularized by Al Jolson
    Performed by Judy Garland and Dick Shawn on Episode #5 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped July 30, 1963

My Heart Stood Still

My Mammy

My Man

    Original French title: "Mon homme"
    Words by Albert Willemetz and Jacques Charles, music by Mauruce Yvain (copyright 1920, Francis Salabert, Paris)
    Recorded and popularized by Mistinguett, 1920 and 1930
    English lyric by Channing Pollock (North American copyright 1921, Leo Feist, Inc., New York, N.Y.)
    Introduced by Fanny Brice in the stage revue "Ziegfeld Girls of 1920"
    Recorded by Fanny Brice, 1921
    Recorded by Ruth Etting, 1927
    Recorded by Judy Garland for Capitol Records, 1955
    Performed by Judy Garland as part of the Judy at the Palace Medley on Episode #22 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped February 14, 1964
    See also: Master Song Index

Nearness of You, The

Never Will I Marry

    Words and music by Frank Loesser, 1960
    Introduced by Anthony Perkins in the stage musical "Greenwillow"
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #13 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped on or before November 8, 1963
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #24 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped February 23, 1964
    See also: Master Song Index

Oh How I Hate to Get Up in the Morning

    Words and music by Irving Berlin, 1918
    Introduced in the stage revue "Yip Yip Yaphank"
    Performed by Judy Garland as part of the World War I Medley on Episode #20 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped January 24, 1964

Oh Lawd, I'm on My Way

Ol' Man River

    Words by Oscar Hammerstein II, music by Jerome Kern, 1927
    Introduced by Jules Bledsoe and Chorus in the stage production of "Show Boat," 1927
    Performed by Paul Robeson and Chorus in the film Show Boat, 1936
    Performed by Caleb Peterson and Chorus in the film Till the Clouds Roll By, 1946
    Performed by William Warfield and Chorus in the film Show Boat, 1951
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #1 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped June 24, 1963
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #25 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped March 6, 1964

Old Devil Moon

    Words by E. Y. Harburg, music by Burton Lane, 1946
    Introduced by Ella Logan and Donald Richards in the stage musical "Finian's Rainbow"
    Recorded by Judy Garland for Capitol Records, 1960
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #24 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped February 23, 1964
    Performed by Petula Clark and Don Francks in the film Finian's Rainbow, 1968

Old Soft Shoe, The

    Words by Nancy Hamilton, music by Morgan Lewis, 1946
    Introduced by Ray Bolger in the stage revue "Three to Make Ready"
    Performed by Judy Garland and Donald O'Connor as part of the Vaudeville Medley on Episode #7 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped September 20, 1963

On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe

    Words by Johnny Mercer, music by Harry Warren, 1945
    Officially introduced by Judy Garland and Company in the film The Harvey Girls, 1946, but actually preceded by three records released by Decca in 1945 by Johnny Mercer and the Pied Pipers and by Judy Garland and Chorus and by Judy Garland and The Merry Macs
    Won Best Song Academy Award for 1946
    Performed by Judy Garland as part of the Train Medley on Episode #14 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped November 30, 1963
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #23 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped February 21, 1964
    See also: Master Song Index

Once in a Lifetime

Once in a Lifetime / I Feel a Song Comin' On

One for My Baby (And One More for the Road)

    Words by Johnny Mercer, music by Harold Arlen, 1943
    Introduced by Fred Astaire in the film The Sky's the Limit, 1943
    Comedy version performed by Judy Garland, Jerry Van Dyke, Dancers and Chorus on Episode #5 of "The Judy Garland Show" (taped October 11, 1963, and inserted into Episode #5)

One O'Clock Jump

Our Love Affair

Over the Rainbow

Over There

    Words and music by George M. Cohan, 1917
    Introduced by George M. Cohan
    Very popular American patriotic song, especially during WWI and WWII
    Performed by Judy Garland as part of the World War I Medley on Episode #20 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped January 24, 1964

Paris Is a Lonely Town

Party's Over, The

Pennsylvania 6-5000

Poor Butterfly

Popeye the Sailor Man

    Words and music by Sammy Lerner, 1931
    Introduced in the animated cartoon Popeye the Sailor Man
    Performed by Judy Garland and Louis Jourdan as part of the Children's Songs Medley on Episode #19 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped January 17, 1964

Porgy and Bess Medley

    Performed by Judy Garland and Vic Damone on Episode #12 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped November 1, 1963. Consists of the songs:
      Bess, Oh Where's My Bess? (Heyward-Gershwin-Gershwin), sung by Vic
      Summertime (Heyward-Gershwin-Gershwin), sung by Judy
      It Ain't Necessarily So (Heyward-Gershwin-Gershwin), sung by Judy
      Summertime (Heyward-Gershwin-Gershwin), sung by Vic
      I Got Plenty o' Nuttin (Heyward-Gershwin-Gershwin), sung by Judy
      There's a Boat Dat's Leavin' Soon for New York (Heyward-Gershwin-Gershwin), sung by Vic
      Bess, You Is My Woman Now (Heyward-Gershwin-Gershwin), Judy and Vic

Pretty Girl Milking Her Cow, A

Puttin' On the Ritz

    Words and music by Irving Berlin, 1930
    Introduced by Harry Richman in the film Puttin' On the Ritz, 1930
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #12 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped November 1, 1963
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #16 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped December 13, 1963
    Performed by Andrea McArdle, Donna Pescow and Erin Donovan as the Gumm Sisters in the film Rainbow, 1978
    See also: Master Song Index

Richard Rodgers / Harold Arlen Medley

River Stay 'Way from My Door

    Words by Mort Dixon, music by Harry MacGregor Woods, 1931
    Introduced by Jimmy Savo in the stage revue "Mum's the Word"
    Popularized by Kate Smith with Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians
    Performed by Judy Garland as part of the Train Medley on Episode #14 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped November 30, 1963

Rock-a-Bye Your Baby (With a Dixie Melody)

Romantic Duets Medley

    Performed by Judy Garland, Jane Powell and Jerry Van Dyke on Episode #10 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped October 11, 1963. Consists of the songs:
      "Romantic Duets," sung by Judy and Jane
      I Remember It Well (Lerner-Loewe), Judy and Jerry lip-sync Maurice Chevalier
      Make Believe (Kern-Hammerstein), Jane and Jerry lip-sync Howard Keel
      Will You Remember (Sweetheart) (Romberg-Young), Judy and Jerry lip-sync Jane and Vic Damone
      "Romantic Finale," sung by Judy, Jane and Jerry

Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer

'S Wonderful

Sail Away

    Words and music by Noel Coward, 1950
    Introduced by Graham Payn in the London production of the stage musical "Ace of Clubs"
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #25 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped March 6, 1964
    See also: Capitol "Live" Songs

San Francisco

Seasons Greetings

    Words and music by R. Dixon
    Performed by Judy Garland, Vic Damone and Zina Bethune as part of the All-Purpose Holiday Medley on Episode #12 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped November 1, 1963

Sentimental Journey

    Words by Bud Green, music by Lester Brown and Ben Homer, 1944
    Popularized by Doris Day with Les Brown and His Orchestra (their theme song)
    Performed by Judy Garland and Bobby Darin as part of the Train Medley on Episode #14 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped November 30, 1963

Seventy-Six Trombones

    Words and music by Meredith Willson, 1957
    Introduced by Robert Preston in the stage musical "The Music Man"
    Performed by Robert Preston and Ensemble in the film The Music Man, 1962
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #18 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped January 14, 1964

Shenandoah

    (traditional)
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #16 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped December 13, 1963

Shine On, Harvest Moon

Side By Side

    Words and music by Harry MacGregor Woods, 1927
    Popularized by Nick Lucas
    Performed by Judy Garland and George Maharis on Episode #8 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped September 27, 1963

Sing Sing Sing

    Words and music by Louis Prima, 1936
    Popularized by Benny Goodman and His Orchestra
    Performed by Chorus and reprised by Judy Garland, Bobby Darin and Bob Newhart on Episode #14 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped November 30, 1963

Sleigh Ride

Smile

Smoke Gets in Your Eyes

    Words by Otto Harbach, music by Jerome Kern, 1935
    Introduced in the stage musical "Roberta"
    Performed by Irene Dunne (instrumental reprise danced by Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers) in the film Roberta, 1935
    Performed by Chorus and danced by Gower Champion and Cyd Charisse in the film Till the Clouds Roll By, 1946
    Performed by Kathryn Grayson (instrumental version danced by Marge and Gower Champion) in the film Lovely to Look At, 1952
    Comedy skit performed by Judy Garland and firefighters on Episode #19 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped January 17, 1964

Some Day My Prince Will Come

Some of These Days

Some People

    Words by Stephen Sondheim, music by Jule Styne, 1959
    Introduced by Ethel Merman in the stage production of "Gypsy"
    Performed by Lisa Kirk dubbing for Rosalind Russell in the film Gypsy, 1962
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #10 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped October 11, 1963
    See also: Master Song Index

Somebody Touched Me

    (traditional)
    Performed by Judy Garland and The Dillards as part of the Country Medley on Episode #8 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped September 27, 1963

Something's Coming

Somewhere

Songs We're Famous For Medley

    Performed by Judy Garland and Donald O'Connor on Episode #7 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped September 20, 1963. Consists of the songs:

Songwriter Sketch / Medley

    Performed by Judy Garland, Steve Allen and Mel Tormé on Episode #11 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped October 18, 1963. Consists of the songs:
      Ain't Misbehavin' (Waller-Brooks-Razaf), sung by Judy
      "Makin' Whoopee" (Kahn-Donaldson), sung by Mel
      "The Glory of Love" (Hill), sung by Steve
      Way Back Home (Lewis-Waring), sung by Judy
      "Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams" (Koehler-Moll-Barris), sung by Mel
      "You Took Advantage of Me" (Rodgers-Hart), sung by Steve
      Mean to Me (Turk-Ahlert), sung by Judy
      "The Girl Friend" (Rodgers-Hart), sung by Steve and Mel
      Tip Toe Through the Tulips (Dubin-Burke), sung by Judy
      "Truckin'" (Koehler-Bloom), sung by Mel
      "Gypsy in My Soul" (Boland-Jaffe), sung by Steve
      "Nice Work If You Can Get It" (Gershwin-Gershwin), sung by Steve and Mel
      "The Glory of Love" (Hill), sung by Steve and Mel
      My Heart Stood Still (Rodgers-Hart), sung by Judy
      Let's Do It (Let's Fall in Love) (Porter), sung by Judy, Steve and Mel

Sophie Medley

St. Louis Blues

Steppin' Out with My Baby

    Words and music by Irving Berlin, 1947
    Introduced by Fred Astaire in the film Easter Parade, 1948
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #23 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped February 21, 1964

Stormy Weather

    Words by Ted Koehler, music by Harold Arlen, 1933
    Recorded by Harold Arlen with Leo Reisman and His Orchestra, February 28, 1933
    First public performance by Ethel Waters with Duke Ellington and His Orchestra in the stage revue "Cotton Club Parade of 1933," April 6, 1933
    Popularized by Ethel Waters
    Performed by Alice Faye in the film Rose of Washington Square, 1939
    Performed by Lena Horne and danced by Katherine Dunham and Her Troupe in the film Stormy Weather, 1943
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #5 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped July 30, 1963
    Performed by Judy Garland and Diahann Carroll as part of the Richard Rodgers / Harold Arlen Medley on Episode #21 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped January 31, 1964
    See also: Master Song Index

Strike Up the Band

Summertime

Sunny Side Up

    Words by B.G. DeSylva and Lew Brown, music by Ray Henderson, 1929
    Introduced by Janet Gaynor in the film Sunny Side Up, 1929
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #1 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped June 24, 1963, but deleted before airing
    Performed by Judy Garland, joined by Donald O'Connor and Jerry Van Dyke, on Episode #7 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped September 20, 1963

Supper Time

    Words and music by Irving Berlin, 1933
    Introduced by Ethel Waters in the stage revue "As Thousands Cheer"
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #26 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped March 13, 1964

Swanee

    Words by Irving Caesar, music by George Gershwin, 1919
    Introduced by Al Jolson in the stage musical "Sinbad," 1918
    Performed by Judy Garland as part of the "Born in a Trunk" sequence of the film, A Star Is Born, 1954
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #8 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped September 27, 1963
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #22 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped February 14, 1964
    See also: Master Song Index

Sweet Danger

Sweetest Sounds, The

Swing Low Sweet Chariot

Swing Low Sweet Chariot / He's Got the Whole World in His Hands

Take Me Out to the Ball Game

Tess's Torch Song (I Had a Man)

That Old Black Magic

That Old Feeling

    Words by Lew Brown, music by Sammy Fain, 1937
    Introduced by Virginia Verrill in the stage revue "Walter Wanger's Vogues of 1938"
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #26 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped March 13, 1964

That Wonderful Year

    Words by , music by ?
    Performed by Judy Garland, Martha Raye and Peter Lawford as part of the Hit Parade 1964 Medley on Episode #18 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped January 14, 1964

That's All

That's Entertainment

There's a Long, Long Trail

There's No Business Like Show Business

    Words and music by Irving Berlin, 1946
    Introduced by Ethel Merman, Ray Middleton, William O'Neal and Marty May in the stage musical "Annie Get Your Gun," 1946
    Performed by Judy Garland, Frank Morgan, Howard Keel and Keenan Wynn for the film Annie Get Your Gun but not used, 1949
    Performed by the Company in the film Annie Get Your Gun, 1950
    Performed by the Company in the film There's No Business Like Show Business, 1954
    Performed by Judy Garland, Barbra Streisand and Ethel Merman on Episode #9 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped October 4, 1963
    See also: Master Song Index

They Can't Take That Away from Me

They Say It's Wonderful

    Words and music by Irving Berlin, 1946
    Introduced by Ethel Merman and Ray Middleton in the stage musical "Annie Get Your Gun"
    Performed by Judy Garland and Howard Keel for the film Annie Get Your Gun, 1949, but not used
    Performed by Betty Hutton and Howard Keel for the film Annie Get Your Gun, 1949, but not used
    Performed by Judy Garland as part of the Broadway Medley on Episode #13 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped November 8, 1963
    See also: Master Song Index

This Can't Be Love

This Could Be the Start of Something

    Words and music by Steve Allen, 1956
    Popularized by Les Brown and His Band of Renown; also by Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme
    Performed by Judy Garland, Singers and Dancers on Episode #11 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped October 18, 1963

Through the Years

    Words by Edward Heyman, music by Vincent Youmans, 1931
    Introduced by Natalie Hall and Michael Bartlett in the stage musical "Through the Years"
    Performed by Jane Powell and George Cleveland in the film A Date with Judy, 1948
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #11 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped October 18, 1963

Till the Clouds Roll By

Time After Time

Tip Toe Through the Tulips

Together (Wherever We Go)

    Words by Stephen Sondheim, music by Jule Styne, 1959
    Introduced by Ethel Merman, Sandra Church and Jack Klugman in the stage musical "Gypsy"
    Performed by Lisa Kirk dubbing for Rosalind Russell, Natalie Wood and Karl Malden in the film Gypsy, 1962
    Performed by Judy Garland and Liza Minnelli on Episode #3 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped July 16, 1963
    Performed by Judy Garland and Ethel Merman as part of the Judy Garland - Ethel Merman Medley on Episode #16 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped December 13, 1963
    Recorded by Judy Garland and Liza Minnelli for Capitol Records, 1964
    See also: Master Song Index

Tonight

Too Close for Comfort

Too Late Now

Toot, Toot, Tootsie, Goodbye

Traditional Christmas Carol Medley

    Performed by Judy Garland, Jack Jones, Liza Minnelli, Lorna Luft, Joey Luft, Tracy Everitt and Mel Tormé on Episode #15 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped December 6, 1963. Consists of the songs:
      "Caroling, Caroling", sung by Chorus
      What Child Is This? (Dix), sung by Judy
      "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen" (traditional), sung by Chorus
      "Hark! The Herald Angels Sing" (Wesley-Mendelssohn), sung by Mel and Jack
      "Good King Wenceslas" (Neale-Cantiones), sung by Chorus
      "It Came Upon a Midnight Clear" (Sears-Willis), Liza and Tracy
      "Silent Night" (Mohr-Gruber), Lorna, Joey and Chorus
      Deck the Halls (traditional), sung by Judy, Liza, Lorna, Joey, Jack, and Mel

Train Medley

Trolley Song, The

Two Lost Souls

    Words and music by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross, 1955
    Introduced by Gwen Verdon and Stephen Douglass in the stage musical "Damn Yankees"
    Performed by Gwen Verdon and Tab Hunter in the film Damn Yankees, 1958
    Performed by Judy Garland and Liza Minnelli on Episode #3 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped July 16, 1963

Under the Bamboo Tree

Unless You've Played the Palace

Vaudeville Medley

    Performed by Judy Garland and Donald O'Connor on Episode #7 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped September 20, 1963. Consists of the songs:
      "In Those Good Old Days of Vaudeville", sung by Donald
      "Nagasaki" (Dixon-Warren), sung by Donald
      Yacka Hula Hickey Dula (Goetz-Young-Wending), sung by Judy and Donald
      "You Can Always Find a Little Sunshine at the Y.M.C.A.", sung by Donald
      At the Moving Picture Ball (Johnson-Santly), sung by Judy and Donald
      The Old Soft Shoe (Hamilton-Lewis), sung by Judy and Donald

Way Back Home

Way, Way in the Middle of the Air

    Words and music by ?
    Performed by Judy Garland, Jerry Van Dyke, George Maharis, Jack Carter and The Dillards as part of the Country Medley on Episode #8 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped September 27, 1963

We Could Make Such Beautiful Music Together

We're Off to See the Wizard

West Side Story Medley

What Child Is This

What'll I Do?

    Words and music by Irving Berlin, 1923
    Introduced by Grace Moore and John Steel in the stage revue "Music Box Revue of 1923"
    Performed by Chorus in the film Alexander's Ragtime Band, 1938
    Performed by Danny Thomas in the film Big City, 1948
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #12 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped November 1, 1963
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #19 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped January 17, 1964

When I'm in Love

When Johnny Comes Marching Home

When the Midnight Choo-Choo Leaves for Alabam'

When the Sun Comes Out

    Words by Ted Koehler, music by Harold Arlen, 1940
    Popularized by Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #1 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped June 24, 1963
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #22 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped February 14, 1964. This performance also inserted into Episode #26, aired March 29, 1964
    See also: Master Song Index

When You Wish Upon a Star

When You're Smiling (The Whole World Smiles with You)

When Your Lover Has Gone

    Words and music by Einer Swan, 1931
    Introduced on the soundtrack of the film Blonde Crazy, 1931
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #10 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped October 11, 1963
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #24 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped February 23, 1964

Where or When

Whispering

Who Cares (As Long As You Care for Me)

Why Can't I?

    Words by Lorenz Hart, music by Richard Rodgers, 1929
    Introduced by Lillian Taiz and Inez Courtney in the stage musical "Spring Is Here"
    Performed by Doris Day and Martha Raye in the film Jumbo, 1962
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #25 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped March 6, 1964

Will You Remember (Sweetheart)

Winter Wonderland

Witch Doctor

World Is Your Balloon, The

    Words by E. Y. Harburg, music by Sammy Fain
    Performed by Judy Garland, Donald O'Connor, Jerry Van Dyke, Dancers and Chorus on Episode #7 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped September 20, 1963

World War I Medley

Wouldn't It Be Loverly

Y'all Come

    Words and music by ?
    Performed by Judy Garland and The Dillards (and reprised by Judy, Jerry Van Dyke, George Maharis, Jack Carter, The Dillards and Dancers) as part of the Country Medley on Episode #8 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped September 27, 1963

Yacka Hula Hickey Dula

(I Am The) Yankee Doodle Boy

Yes Indeed

    Words and music by Sy Oliver, 1943
    Popularized by Sy Oliver and Jo Stafford with Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra
    Performed by Judy Garland, Tony Bennett, Dick Shawn and Dancers on Episode #5 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped July 30, 1963

You and the Night and the Music

You Made Me Love You

You Made Me Love You / For Me and My Gal / The Trolley Song

You Make Me Feel So Young

You're a Grand Old Flag

    Words and music by George M. Cohan, 1906
    Introduced by George M. Cohan in the stage musical "George Washington, Jr."
    Performed by James Cagney and Chorus as part of a production number in the film Yankee Doodle Dandy, 1942
    Performed by Judy Garland, Vic Damone and Zina Bethune as part of the All-Purpose Holiday Medley on Episode #12 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped November 1, 1963

You're Just in Love

You're Nearer

    Words by Lorenz Hart, music by Richard Rodgers, 1939
    Introduced in the stage musical "Too Many Girls"
    Performed by Trudy Erwin dubbing for Lucille Ball and reprised by Frances Langford, Libby Bennett, Ann Miller, Desi Arnaz, Trudi Erwin dubbing for Lucille Ball and Chorus in the film Too Many Girls, 1940
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #23 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped February 21, 1964
    See also: Capitol "Live" Songs

You're So Right for Me

You're the Top

    Words and music by Cole Porter, 1934
    Introduced by Ethel Merman and William Gaxton in the stage musical "Anything Goes"
    Performed by Ethel Merman and Bing Crosby in the film Anything Goes, 1936
    Performed by Ginny Simms and Cary Grant in the film Night and Day, 1936
    Performed by Mitzi Gaynor and Bing Crosby in the film Anything Goes, 1936
    Performed by Judy Garland and Ethel Merman as part of the Judy Garland - Ethel Merman Medley on Episode #16 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped December 13, 1963

Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart

    Words and music by James F. Hanley, 1935
    Introduced by Hal Le Roy and Eunice Healy in the stage revue "Thumbs Up," 1935
    Performed by Judy Garland in the film Listen, Darling, 1938
    Performed by Judy Garland on Episode #14 of "The Judy Garland Show," taped November 30, 1963. This performance was also inserted into Episode #10, aired March 1, 1964
    See also: Master Song Index

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This entire page contributed by Ken Larsen

With help from, and many thanks to, Scott Fifield for supplying information concerning some of the composers and lyricists, and to Coyne Steven Sanders book, Rainbow's End: The Judy Garland Show, for its wealth of information regarding this television masterpiece. [Ken Larsen]


Additions and corrections by Jim Johnson, October 2000 and later.
Many thanks to Lawrence Schulman for his assistance.


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