Doris Day discography

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The following is a complete discography for American singer and actress Doris Day. Day's entertainment career spanned through almost 50 years. She started her career as a big band singer in 1939, and gained popularity with her first hit recording, "Sentimental Journey" in 1945. In her solo career she recorded more than 650 recordings on the Columbia Records label from 1947 to 1967. She is one of the most popular and acclaimed singers of the 20th century.

Albums[edit]

10" LPs[edit]

12" LPs[edit]

Complete recorded performances of Doris Day are available by collecting the two above referenced collections: the four Bear Family collections: It's Magic, Secret Love, Que Sera, Sera and Move Over Darling, The Complete Doris Day with Les Brown, and Hidden Treasures.

Singles[1][edit]

Hit records:

Alphabetical list of songs recorded by Doris Day[edit]

This is a partial list of Doris Day's recorded songs. Note that if no album name is given, the song was only issued as a single; if an album name is given, the song was only released as an album, unless it is stated that the song was released both as a single and on an album. All recordings were released by Columbia Records in the United States, except for those tracks included on The Love Album, and two songs which never were released in the US until incorporated in a compact disc album called "The 1960s Singles" in 2002: "Let the Little Girl Limbo" and "Oo-Wee Baby." Doris Day's hits in the UK between 1955 and 1958 were released on Philips Records.

"My Love and My Devotion" top 10 hit in the U.K., 1952

Song Music by Lyrics by Recording date Notes
A
"Abide with Me" William H. Monk Henry F. Lyte July 11, 1962 from the album You'll Never Walk Alone
"Again" Lionel Newman Dorcas Cochran March 23, 1949 #1 Charted Hit in 1949 (with John Rarig's orch. and The Mellomen)
several other versions charted;
Doris Day's was highest-charting version at #2 on Billboard chart
"Ain't We Got Fun?" Richard A. Whiting Raymond B. Egan
Gus Kahn
November 13, 1951 TOP 10 ALBUM IN 51 (duet with Danny Thomas, Paul Weston's orchestra)
released both as single and on the album I'll See You in My Dreams
February 20, 1953 with the Norman Luboff Choir
from the album By the Light of the Silvery Moon
"All Alone" Irving Berlin June 6, 1967 from the album The Love Album
"All I Do is Dream of You" Nacio Herb Brown Arthur Freed May 2, 1961 from the album I Have Dreamed
"All through the Day" Jerome Kern Oscar Hammerstein II March 6, 1946 TOP 10 HIT IN 1946 (with Les Brown's Band of Renown)
"Another Go Around" Noël Regney
Gloria Shayne
May 13, 1965 (with Mort Garson's orchestra)
"Anything You Can Do" Irving Berlin October 8, 1962 (duet with Robert Goulet)
from the album Annie Get Your Gun
"Any Way the Wind Blows" Joseph Hooven
Marilyn Hooven
William Dunham January 12, 1959 TOP 40 HIT (with Frank DeVol's orchestra)
"Are You Lonesome Tonight?" Lou Handman Roy Turk June 6, 1967 from the album The Love Album
"Aren't You Glad You're You? Jimmy Van Heusen Johnny Burke September 15, 1945 TOP 10 CHARTED HIT (with Les Brown's Band of Renown]
"As Long As He Needs Me" Lionel Bart October 29, 1963 from the album Love Him
"At Last" Harry Warren Mack Gordon September 15, 1964 from the album Doris Day's Sentimental Journey
"At the Café Rendezvous" Jule Styne Sammy Cahn May 13, 1949 (with John Rarig's orchestra)
"Au Revoir Is Goodbye with a Smile" Mort Garson Bob Hilliard June 18, 1965 (with Mort Garson's orchestra)
"Autumn Leaves" Joseph Kosma French: Jacques Prévert
English: Johnny Mercer
September 21, 1956 from the album Day by Day
B
"Baby Doll" Harry Warren Johnny Mercer September 12, 1951 (with Paul Weston's orchestra)
"Be a Child at Christmas Time" Martin Broones William A. Luce June 17, 1964 from The Doris Day Christmas Album
"Before I Loved You" Joan Whitney
Alex Kramer
March 14, 1950 (with George Wyle orchestra)
"Be Mine Tonight (Noche De Ronda)" Maria Teresa Lara Spanish: Maria Teresa Lara
English: Sunny Skylar
November 9, 1964 from the album Latin for Lovers
"Be My Little Baby Bumble Bee" Henry I. Marshall Stanley Murphy January 30, 1953 with the Norman Luboff Choir and Paul Weston's orchestra
released both as a single and on the album By The Light Of The Silvery Moon
"Be Still and Know"     July 13, 1962 from the album You'll Never Walk Alone
"The Best Thing for You" Irving Berlin September 13, 1950  
"Be True to Me (Sabor A Mi)" Alarcon Carillo Spanish: Alarcon Carillo
English: Mel Mitchell
November 5, 1964 from the album Latin for Lovers
"Bewitched, Bothered & Bewildered" Richard Rodgers Lorenz Hart May 13, 1949 #1 HIT (with John Rarig's orchestra)
released both as a single and on the album You're My Thrill, later issued on Day Dreams
1,000,000+ sales; #1 on Cash Box chart and in Australia
"The Black Hills of Dakota" Sammy Fain Paul Francis Webster July 16, 1953 released both as a single (#7 in the U.K.) and on the album, Calamity Jane
"Blame My Absent-Minded Heart" Jule Styne Sammy Cahn April 15, 1949 (with John Rarig's orchestra)
"Bless This House" Helen Taylor
May H. Morgan
July 13, 1962 from the album You'll Never Walk Alone
"Bluebird on Your Windowsill" Elizabeth Clarke
Robert Mellin
September 14, 1949 (with George Siravo orchestra)
"Blues in the Night" Harold Arlen Johnny Mercer November 19, 1957 from the album Hooray for Hollywood (Vol. 1)
"The Blue Train" Jim Harbert
Paul Manning
January 25, 1950 (with Jim Harbert's orchestra)
"Bright and Shiny" Bob Sherman
Dick Sherman
December 23. 1960 from the album Bright and Shiny
"A Bushel and a Peck" Frank Loesser September 13, 1950 TOP 20 HIT IN 1950 (with David Rose's orchestra)
"But Beautiful" Jimmy Van Heusen Johnny Burke September 26, 1956 from the album Day by Day
"But Not for Me" George Gershwin Ira Gershwin September 26, 1956 from the album Day by Day
"By the Light of the Silvery Moon" Gus Edwards Edward Madden February 13, 1953 with the Norman Luboff Choir
from the album of the same name
C
"Canadian Capers" Gus Chandler
Bert White
Henry Cohen
January 7, 1949 TOP 20 HIT (with John Rarig's orchestra)
(see also "Cuttin' Capers" below)
"Candy Lips" Fred Rose December 5, 1952 TOP 20 HIT (duet with Johnnie Ray, Paul Weston's orchestra)
"Can't Help Falling in Love" George David Weiss
Hugo Peretti
Luigi Creatore)
October 29, 1963 from the album Love Him
"Caprice" Larry Marks November 4, 1966  
"Catch the Bouquet" Fred Spielman Hans Haller May 13, 1965 (with Mort Garson's orchestra)
"Cheek to Cheek" Irving Berlin October 16, 1957 from the album Hooray for Hollywood (Vol. 1)
"The Children's Marching Song (Nick Nack Paddy Whack)" traditional July 14, 1964 (with Jimmy Joyce and the Children's Chorus)
from the album With a Smile and a Song
"A Chocolate Sundae on a Saturday Night" Hal David
Fred Wise
Al Frisch
November 6, 1947  
"Christmas Present" Sydney Robin June 18, 1964 from The Doris Day Christmas Album
"The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire)" Mel Tormé Bob Wells August 29, 1946 (with Les Brown's Band of Renown)
June 16, 1964 from The Doris Day Christmas Album
"Christmas Story" Walsh   September 11, 1950 released both as single and on the album On Moonlight Bay
"The Christmas Waltz" Jule Styne Sammy Cahn June 18, 1964 from The Doris Day Christmas Album
"The Circus is on Parade" Richard Rodgers Lorenz Hart 1962 (with Jimmy Durante and Martha Raye)
from the album Billy Rose's Jumbo
"Clap Yo' Hands" George Gershwin Ira Gershwin December 19, 1960 from the album Bright and Shiny
"Close Your Eyes" Bernice Petkere August 27, 1957 from the album Day by Night
December 16, 1961 (with the André Previn Trio)
from the album Duet
"The Comb and Paper Polka" Hugo Hollander
Michael Feahy
August 31, 1950 (with Frank Yankovic & his Yanks)
"Come to Baby, Do!" Inez James
Sidney Miller
September 6, 1945 Hit the charts at #13 (with Les Brown's Band of Renown)
September 21, 1964 from the album Doris Day's Sentimental Journey
"Confess" Bennie Benjamin
George David Weiss
November 21, 1947 TOP 10 HIT B/W LOVE SOMEBODY (duet with Buddy Clark, George Siravo orchestra)
(also done by Patti Page)
"Control Yourself" André Previn Dory Langdon Previn November 30, 1961 (with the André Previn Orchestra)
from the album Duet
"Crazy Rhythm" Joseph Meyer
Roger Wolfe Kahn
Irving Caesar
July 25, 1950 (duet with Gene Nelson & The Page Cavanaugh Trio)
released both as single and on the album Tea for Two
"Cuddle up a Little Closer" Karl Hoschna Otto Harbach March 30, 1951 (with Paul Weston's orchestra)
released both as single and on the album On Moonlight Bay
"Cuttin' Capers" Gus Chandler
Bert White
Henry Cohen
Earl Burnett
Ralph Blane
Harry Warren
November 29, 1958 from the album Cuttin' Capers
D
"Daffa Down Dilly" Jim Harbert
Charlene Harbert
January 25, 1960 (with Jim Harbert's orchestra)
"Dansero" Richard Hayman
Lee Daniels
Sol Parker
November 9, 1964 from the album Latin for Lovers
"Darn That Dream" Jimmy Van Heusen Eddie De Lange May 26, 1950 from the album Day Dreams
"Day by Day" Axel Stordahl
Paul Weston
Sammy Cahn January 16, 1946 (with Les Brown's Band of Renown)#15 on charts
September 21, 1956 from the album of the same name
"Daydreaming" André Previn Dory Langdon Previn December 16, 1961 (with the André Previn Orchestra)
from the album Duet
"The Deadwood Stage (Whip-Crack-Away)"     August 27, 1953 released both as a single and on the album, Calamity Jane
"The Deevil, Devil, Divil" Carl Sigman Bob Russell
Lee Kaydan
March 27, 1946 (with Les Brown's Band of Renown)
"Do Do Do" George Gershwin Ira Gershwin July 14, 1950 (with Axel Stordahl's orchestra)
released both as a single and on the album Tea for Two
"Doin' What Comes Naturally" Irving Berlin October 8, 1962 from the album Annie Get Your Gun
"Domino" Louis Ferrari French: Jacques Plante
English: Don Raye
October 4, 1951 (with Paul Weston's orchestra)
"Do Not Disturb" Ben Raleigh Mark Barkan June 18, 1965 (with Mort Garson's orchestra)
"Don't Take Your Love From Me" Henry Nemo September 17, 1956 from the album Day by Day
"Do Re Mi" Richard Rodgers Oscar Hammerstein II) July 14, 1964 (with Jimmy Joyce and the Children's Chorus)
from the album With a Smile and a Song
"Dream a Little Dream of Me" Officially credited to Fabian Andre and Wilbur Schwandt;
claimed by Milton Adolphus in some sources
Gus Kahn August 23, 1957 from the album Day by Night
E
"Easy to Love" Cole Porter November 12, 1957 from the album Hooray for Hollywood (Vol. 1)
"Enjoy Yourself (It's Later Than You Think)" Carl Sigman Herb Magidson January 13, 1950 TOP 20 HIT (with George Wyle's orchestra)
"The Everlasting Arms" Martin Broones Paul Francis Webster September 11, 1950 (with the Norman Luboff Choir)
December 22, 1959 (with Harry Zimmerman's orchestra)
from the album What Every Girl Should Know
"Everybody Loves a Lover" Robert Allen Richard Adler May 12, 1958 TOP 10 HIT (with Frank DeVol's orchestra)
"Everybody Loves My Baby" Jack Palmer Spencer Williams November 18, 1954 from the album Love Me or Leave Me
"Every Little Movement (Has a Meaning All Its Own)" Karl Hoschna Otto Harbach March 30, 1951 (with the Norman Luboff Choir and Paul Weston's orchestra)
released both as a single and on the album On Moonlight Bay
"Every Now and Then (You Come Around)" Eddie Snyder
Richard Ahlert
January 21, 1966 (with Mort Garson's orchestra)
"Everywhere You Go" Larry Shay
Mark Fisher
Joe Goodwin March 23, 1949 (with the Mellomen and John Rarig's orchestra)
F
"A Faded Summer Love" Phil Baxter June 6, 1967 from the album The Love Album
"Falling" Bruce Johnston
Don Wyatt
January 25, 1960 (with Jim Harbert's orchestra)
"Falling in Love Again" Frederick Hollander Sammy Lerner December 16, 1961 (with the André Previn Orchestra)
from the album Duet
"A Fellow Needs a Girl" Richard Rodgers Oscar Hammerstein II December 11, 1959 (with Harry Zimmerman's orchestra)
from the album What Every Girl Should Know
"Fine and Dandy" Kay Swift Paul James (James Warburg) December 8, 1950 (with the Norman Luboff Choir and the Buddy Cole Quartet)
released both as a single and on the album Lullaby of Broadway
"Fit as a Fiddle (And Ready for Love)" Arthur Freed
Al Goodhart (or Goodheart)
November 18, 1958 from the album Cuttin' Capers
"Fly Me to the Moon (In Other Words)" Bart Howard November 5, 1964 from the album Latin for Lovers
"A Foggy Day" George Gershwin Ira Gershwin October 29, 1957 from the album Hooray for Hollywood (Vol. 2)
"Fools Rush In (Where Angels Fear to Tread)" Rube Bloom Johnny Mercer December 16, 1961 (with the André Previn Orchestra)
from the album Duet
"For All We Know" J. Fred Coots Sam M. Lewis June 9, 1967 from the album The Love Album
"A Full Time Job" Gerry Teifer October 16, 1952 TOP 20 HIT in U.S.; #11 in U.K. (duet with Johnnie Ray, Paul Weston's orchestra)
"Funny" Hal Shaper
Antonio DeVito
Giorgio Calabrese
November 5, 1963 from the album Love Him
G
"The Game of Broken Hearts" Don Larkin
Sally Clark
Eddie McMullen
October 19, 1949 (as "Doris Day with her Country Cousins")
"Gently Johnny" Kay Twomey
Fred Wise
Ben Weisman
February 9, 1952 (duet with Guy Mitchell, Paul Weston's orchestra)
"Get Out and Get Under the Moon" Larry Shay Charles Tobias
William Jerome
November 25, 1958 from the album Cuttin' Capers
"Getting to Know You" Richard Rodgers Oscar Hammerstein II) July 7, 1964 (with Jimmy Joyce and the Children's Chorus)
from the album With a Smile and a Song
"Give a Little Whistle" Leigh Harline Ned Washington July 10, 1964 (with Jimmy Joyce and the Children's Chorus)
from the album With a Smile and a Song
"Give Me Time" Alec Wilder December 16, 1961 (with the André Previn Orchestra)
from the album Duet
"The Glass Bottom Boat" Joe Lubin January 21, 1966 (with Mort Garson's orchestra)
"Gone with the Wind" Allie Wrubel Herbert Magidson September 17, 1956 from the album Day by Day
"Gotta Feelin'"     December 23, 1960 from the album Bright and Shiny
"A Guy Is a Guy" Oscar Brand July 2, 1952 #1 on Billboard chart; #2 on Cash Box chart; MILLION SELLER (with Paul Weston's orchestra)
"The Gypsy in My Soul" Clay Boland Moe Jaffe September 17, 1956 from the album Day by Day
H
"Happy Talk" Richard Rodgers Oscar Hammerstein II December 19, 1960 from the album Bright and Shiny
"Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas" Hugh Martin
Ralph Blane
June 16, 1964 from The Doris Day Christmas Album
"He'll Have to Cross the Atlantic" Jule Styne Sammy Cahn May 17, 1945 (with Les Brown's Band of Renown)
"Hello, My Lover, Goodbye" John W. Green Edward Heyman September 21, 1956 from the album Day by Day
"Here in My Arms" Richard Rodgers Lorenz Hart July 14, 1950 (with Axel Stordahl's orchestra)
released both as single and on the album Tea for Two
"Here We Go Again" Joe Seneca January 25, 1960 (with Jim Harbert's orchestra)
"He's Home For a Little While" Ted Shapiro Kermit Goell February 1, 1945 (with Les Brown's Band of Renown)
"He's So Married" Jimmie Dodd Will Fowler August 15, 1958 with Frank De Vol and his Orchestra
"Hey There" Jerry Ross Richard Adler NEVER RELEASED AS A SINGLE; briefly featured in film, PAJAJA GAME;  
"High Hopes" Jimmy Van Heusen Sammy Cahn July 14, 1964 FEATURED IN THE FILM, "ANTZ" (with Jimmy Joyce and the Children's Chorus)
from the album With a Smile and a Song
"Hold Me in Your Arms" Ray Heindorf
Don Pippin
Charles Henderson September 24, 1954 from the album Young at Heart
"Hoop-Dee-Doo" Milton De Lugg Frank Loesser March 14, 1950 #4 on Cash Box chart; #17 on Billboard chart (with the Mellomen and George Wyle's orchestra)
"Hooray for Hollywood" Richard A. Whiting Johnny Mercer November 19, 1957 from the album Hooray for Hollywood (Vol. 1)
"How Insensitive" Antônio Carlos Jobim Portuguese: Vinícius de Moraes
English: Norman Gimbel
November 9, 1964 from the album Latin for Lovers
"A Hundred Years from Today" Victor Young Ned Washington
Joe Young
December 17, 1959 (with Harry Zimmerman's orchestra)
from the album What Every Girl Should Know
I
"I Believe in Dreams" Jim Harbert May 3, 1961 from the album I Have Dreamed
"I Can Do Without You"     August 5, 1953 (duet with Howard Keel)
from the album, Calamity Jane
"I Didn't Know What Time It Was" Richard Rodgers Lorenz Hart June 17, 1949 from the album Day Dreams
"I Didn't Slip, I Wasn't Pushed, I Fell" George Wyle Edward Pola March 14, 1950 TOP 20 HIT (with the Mellomen, George Wyle orchestra)
"I Don't Wanna Be Kissed (By Anyone But You)" Harold Spina Jack Elliott November 30, 1949 (with George Siravo orchestra)
"I Don't Want to Walk Without You" Jule Styne Frank Loesser 1965 (medley with "I Had the Craziest Dream")
from the album Doris Day's Sentimental Journey
"I Feel Like a Feather in the Breeze" Harry Revel Mack Gordon November 29, 1958 from the album Cuttin' Capers
"If I Can Help Somebody" A. Bazel Androzzo July 12, 1962 from the album You'll Never Walk Alone
"If I Could Be with You" James P. Johnson Henry Creamer   from the album Day Dreams
"If I Give My Heart to You" Jimmy Brewster
Jimmie Crane
Al Jacobs
July 27, 1954 #2 on Cash Box chart; #3 on Billboard chart; #4 in U.K. (with The Mellomen, Frank De Vol's orchestra)
(also done by Denise Lor)
"If I Had My Life to Live Over" Larry Vincent
Henry Tobias
Moe Jaffe
May 25, 1967 from the album The Love Album
"If I Were a Bell" Frank Loesser September 28, 1950 TOP 20 HIT (with George Siravo orchestra)
"If You Were the Only Girl" Nat D. Ayer Clifford Grey January 30, 1953 from the album By the Light of the Silvery Moon
"If You Will Marry Me" Roz Gordon December 15, 1948 (with Buddy Clark, Mitchell Ayres' orchestra)
"I Got Lost in His Arms" Irving Berlin October 8, 1962 from the album Annie Get Your Gun
"I Got the Sun in the Morning" Irving Berlin March 27, 1946 TOP 10 HIT (with Les Brown's Band of Renown)Charted at #2
1960 from the album Show Time
October 8, 1962 from the album Annie Get Your Gun
"I Hadn't Anyone Till You" Ray Noble September 26, 1956 from the album Day by Day
"I Had the Craziest Dream" Harry Warren Mack Gordon November 5, 1957 from the album Hooray for Hollywood (Vol. 1)
September 21, 1964 (medley with "I Don't Want to Walk Without You")
from the album Doris Day's Sentimental Journey
"I Have Dreamed" Richard Rodgers Oscar Hammerstein II May 5, 1961 from the album of the same name
"I Know That You Know" Vincent Youmans Anne Caldwell July 25, 1950 (duet with Gene Nelson & The Page Cavanaugh Trio)
released both as a single and on the album Tea for Two
"I'll Always Be with You" Marjorie Goetschius
Edna Osser
February 7, 1945 (with Les Brown's Band of Renown)
"I'll Be Around" Alec Wilder May 26, 1950 TOP 20 HIT (with Axel Stordahl's orchestra)
"I'll Be Home for Christmas" Walter Kent June 18, 1964 from The Doris Day Christmas Album
"I'll Buy That Dream" Allie Wrubel Herb Magidson May 2, 1961 from the album I Have Dreamed
"I'll Forget You" Ernest R. Ball
Annelu Burns
January 30, 1953 from the album By the Light of the Silvery Moon
"I'll Never Slip Around Again" Floyd Tillman October 19, 1949 (as "Doris Day with her Country Cousins")
"I'll Never Smile Again" Ruth Lowe September 15, 1964 from the album Doris Day's Sentimental Journey
"I'll Never Stop Loving You" Nicholas Brodzsky Sammy Cahn December 1, 1954 TOP 10 HIT; Oscar-nominated (with Percy Faith's orchestra)
released both as a single and on the album Love Me or Leave Me
1,000,000+ sales
"I'll Remember April" Gene DePaul Patricia Johnston
Don Raye
October 22, 1957 from the album Hooray for Hollywood (Vol. 1)
"I'll See You in My Dreams" Isham Jones Gus Kahn November 13, 1951 TOP 10 ALBUM HIT (with the Norman Luboff Choir, Paul Weston's orchestra)
released both as a single and on the album of the same name
"I'll String Along with You" Harry Warren Al Dubin December 28, 1948 (duet with Buddy Clark, George Siravo orchestra)
"I Love Paris" Cole Porter February 11, 1960 from the album Show Time
"I Love the Way You Say Goodnight" George Wyle Edward Pola August 21, 1950 TOP 30 HIT (with the Norman Luboff Choir and the Buddy Cole Quartet)
released both as a single and on the album Lullaby of Broadway
"Imagination" Jimmy Van Heusen Johnny Burke December 2, 1947 (with George Siravo orchestra)
released both as a single and on the album Day Dreams
"I'm an Indian Too" Irving Berlin October 8, 1962 from the album Annie Get Your Gun
"I May Be Wrong (But I Think You're Wonderful)" Henry Sullivan Harry Ruskin January 25, 1950 (with Harry James orchestra)
released both as a single and on the album Young Man with a Horn
"I'm Beginning to Miss You" Irving Berlin December 29, 1948 (with John Rarig's orchestra)
"I'm Beginning to See the Light" Duke Ellington
Don George
Johnny Hodges
Harry James
September 21, 1964 from the album Doris Day's Sentimental Journey
"I'm Confessin' (That I Love You)" Doc Daugherty
Al J. Neiburg
Ellis Reynolds
June 17, 1949 (with John Rarig's orchestra and The Mellomen)
released both as a single and on the album You're My Thrill, later issued on Day Dreams
"I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles" John Kellette "Jaan Kenbrovin"
(James Kendis,
James Brockman,
and Nat Vincent)
March 30, 1951 (duet with Jack Smith and the Norman Luboff Choir)
released both as a single and on the album On Moonlight Bay
"I'm In Love" Jule Styne Sammy Cahn July 7, 1948 from her first film, ROMANCE ON THE HIGH SEAS (duet with Buddy Clark)
"I'm in the Mood for Love" Jimmy McHugh Dorothy Fields 1952
"I'm Not at All in Love" Jerry Ross Richard Adler June 14, 1957 from the album The Pajama Game
"I'm Still Sitting under the Apple Tree" Jule Styne Sammy Cahn June 11, 1947  
"I'm Sitting on Top of the World" Ray Henderson Sam M. Lewis
Joe Young
November 29, 1958 from the album Cuttin' Capers
"In a Shanty in Old Shanty Town" Ira Schuster
Jack Little
Joe Young December 8, 1950 (with the Norman Luboff Choir and the Buddy Cole Quartet)
released both as a single and on the album Lullaby of Broadway
"The Inch-worm" Frank Loesser July 10, 1964 (with Jimmy Joyce and the Children's Chorus)
from the album With a Smile and a Song
"I Need Thee Every Hour"     July 11, 1962 from the album You'll Never Walk Alone
"In the Garden" C. Austin Miles July 12, 1962 from the album You'll Never Walk Alone
"In the Moon Mist"   Jack Lawrence January 16, 1946 (with Les Brown's Band of Renown)
"In the Still of the Night" Cole Porter October 22, 1957 from the album Hooray for Hollywood (Vol. 1)
"Instant Love" M. Drake, Spielman May 12, 1958 Single. Frank De Vol and His Orchestra. Instant Love was the B-side to Everybody Loves a Lover
"I Only Have Eyes for You" Harry Warren Al Dubin July 14, 1950 (with Axel Stordahl's orchestra)
released both as a single and on the album Tea for Two
"I Remember You" Victor Schertzinger Johnny Mercer September 21, 1956 CONSIDERED DORIS DAY BEST RECORDED SONG from the album Day by Day
September 11, 1964 from the album Doris Day's Sentimental Journey
"I Said My Pajamas (and Put on My Pray'rs)" George Wyle Edward Pola January 13, 1950 TOP 20 HIT (with George Wyle orchestra)
"I See Your Face Before Me" Arthur Schwartz Howard Dietz August 23, 1957 from the album Day by Night
"It All Depends on You" Ray Henderson Buddy G. DeSylva
Lew Brown
December 7, 1954 from the album Love Me Or Leave Me
"It Could Happen to You" Jimmy Van Heusen Johnny Burke 1946 TOP 10 HIT (with Les Brown's Band of Renown)
September 11, 1964 from the album Doris Day's Sentimental Journey
"It Had to Be You" Isham Jones Gus Kahn November 9, 1951 (with Paul Weston's orchestra)
released both as a single and on the album I'll See You in My Dreams
"It Happened at the Festival of Roses" Al Goodhart (or Goodheart)
Dick Manning
September 14, 1949 (with George Siravo orchestra)
"It Might as Well Be Spring" Richard Rodgers Oscar Hammerstein II October 22, 1957 from the album Hooray for Hollywood (Vol. 2)
"It's a Great Feeling" Jule Styne Sammy Cahn May 13, 1949 TOP 30 HIT; Oscar-nominated (with the Mellomen and John Rarig's orchestra)
"It's a Lovely Day Today" Irving Berlin September 28, 1950 (with George Siravo orchestra)
"It's a Quiet Town in Cross-Bone County" Harold Spina Bob Russell December 29, 1947 (with The Modernaires)
"It's Been a Long, Long Time" Jule Styne Sammy Cahn September 15, 1964 from the album Doris Day's Sentimental Journey
"It's Better to Conceal Than Reveal" Leo Robin May 15, 1949 (duet with Dinah Shore, Hugo Winterhalter's orchestra)
"It's Easy to Remember" Richard Rodgers Lorenz Hart October 22, 1957 from the album Hooray for Hollywood (Vol. 1)
"It's Magic" Jule Styne Sammy Cahn November 12, 1947 from ROMANCE ON THE HIGH SEAS (with George Siravo orchestra)
1,000,000+ sales; #2 on Billboard chart, Oscar-nominated
June 4, 1952 with Percy Faith and his Orchestra
on the album Hooray for Hollywood (Vol. 2)
"It's the Sentimental Thing to Do" Marvin Fisher Roy Alfred December 2, 1947  
"It's You or No One" Jule Styne Sammy Cahn July 7, 1948 from ROMANCE ON THE HIGH SEAS  
"It Takes Time" Arthur Korb February 27, 1947 FIRST RECORDED SINGLE FOR COLUMBIA RECORDS/BACKED WITH "PETE"  
"I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm" Irving Berlin October 16, 1957 from the album Hooray for Hollywood (Vol. 2)
"I've Grown Accustomed to His Face" Frederick Loewe Alan Jay Lerner February 18, 1960 from the album Show Time
"I've Never Been in Love Before" Frank Loesser September 13, 1950 TOP 20 HIT (with David Rose's orchestra)
"I've Only Myself to Blame" Redd Evans
Dave Mann
December 2, 1947 (with George Siravo orchestra)
released both as a single and on the album Day Dreams
"I Want to Be Happy" Vincent Youmans Irving Caesar July 25, 1950 (with The Page Cavanaugh Trio)
released both as a single and on the album Tea for Two
December 20, 1960 from the album Bright and Shiny
"I Wish I Had a Girl" Grace Leboy Kahn Gus Kahn November 13, 1951 (with the Norman Luboff Choir)
released both as a single and on the album I'll See You in My Dreams
J
"Julie" Leith Stevens Tom Adair August 10, 1956 TOP 40 HIT/NOMINATED FOR ACADEMY AWARD Title track from the movie of the same name starring Doris Day and Louis Jourdan.
"Just an Old Love of Mine" Dave Barbour
Peggy Lee
June 11, 1947  
"Just Blew in from the Windy City" Sammy Fain Paul Francis Webster July 16, 1953 from the album, Calamity Jane
"Just One Girl" Lyn Udall Karl Kennett February 13, 1953 with the Norman Luboff Choir
from the album By The Light Of The Silvery Moon
"Just One of Those Things" Cole Porter December 4, 1950 (with the Frank Comstock orchestra)
released both as a single and on the album Lullaby of Broadway
1954 from the album Young at Heart
K
"Keep Smilin', Keep Laughin', Be Happy"     December 23, 1960 from the album Bright and Shiny
"King Chanticleer" Nat D. Ayer Seymour Brown January 30, 1953 with the Norman Luboff Choir
from the album By the Light of the Silvery Moon
L
"The Lady's in Love with You" Burton Lane Frank Loesser November 13, 1958 from the album Cuttin' Capers
"The Lamp Is Low" Peter de Rose
Bert Shefter
based on a composition by Maurice Ravel
Mitchell Parish August 30, 1957 from the album Day by Night
"The Last Mile Home" Walter Kent
Walton Farrar
June 24, 1949 (with John Rarig's orchestra)
"The Last Time I Saw You" Marjorie Goetschius
Edna Osser
September 15, 1945 (with Les Brown's Band of Renown)
"Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!" Jule Styne Sammy Cahn June 18, 1964 from The Doris Day Christmas Album
"Let Me Call You Sweetheart" Leo Friedman Beth Slater Whitson May 25, 1967 from the album The Love Album
"Let No Walls Divide" Martin Broones William A. Luce May 3, 1961 from the album An All Star Christmas: "We Wish You the Merriest"
"Let's Face the Music and Dance" Irving Berlin October 16, 1957 from the album Hooray for Hollywood (Vol. 2)
"Let's Fly Away" Cole Porter November 13, 1958 from the album Cuttin' Capers
"Let's Take an Old-Fashioned Walk" Irving Berlin May 6, 1949 TOP 20 HIT (duet with Frank Sinatra, Ken Lane Singers, Axel Stordahl's orchestra)
"Let's Take a Walk Around the Block" Harold Arlen Ira Gershwin
Edgar Yipsel Harburg
November 18, 1958 from the album Cuttin' Capers
"Let's Walk That-a-Way" Kay Twomey
Fred Wise
Ben Weisman
December 5, 1952 (duet with Johnnie Ray, Paul Weston's orchestra)#4 hit in U.K. 1953
"Let the Little Girl Limbo" Barry Mann
Cynthia Weil
March 11, 1963 NEVER RELEASED (with Jack Nitsche's orchestra)
not released in US until compiled in a CD album called "The 1960s Singles" in 2002
"Life Is Just a Bowl of Cherries" Ray Henderson Buddy G. DeSylva
Lew Brown
May 25, 1967 from the album The Love Album
"The Lilac Tree" George H. Gartlan July 14, 1964 (with Jimmy Joyce and the Children's Chorus)
from the album With a Smile and a Song
"Little Girl Blue" Richard Rodgers Lorenz Hart 1962 from the album Billy Rose's Jumbo
"A Little Kiss Goodnight" Bob Merrill February 9, 1952 TOP 20 HIT (duet with Guy Mitchell, Paul Weston's orchestra)
"A Load of Hay" Michael Feahy
Howard Barnes
Ethelbert Nevin
August 21, 1950 (with The Page Cavanaugh Trio)
"Lollipops and Roses" Tony Velona October 29, 1963 from the album Love Him
"The Lord's Prayer"     July 11, 1962 from the album You'll Never Walk Alone
"Losing You" Jean Renard Carl Sigman October 29, 1963 from the album Love Him
"Love Him" Barry Mann
Cynthia Weil
November 5, 1963 from the album of the same name
"Love Is Here to Stay" George Gershwin Ira Gershwin November 1, 1957 from the album Hooray for Hollywood (Vol. 1)
"Love Me in the Daytime"     January 12, 1959; TOP 40 HIT RELEASED as a single following minor hit on ANYWAY THE WIND BLOWS;
"Love Me or Leave Me" Walter Donaldson Gus Kahn December 7, 1954 Top 20 hit in the U.K.; #1 TOP SELLING LP OF 1955 in U.S. from the album of the same name
"Lover Come Back" Alan Spilton
Frank DeVol
November 21, 1961 (with Frank DeVol's orchestra)
"Love Somebody" Joan Whitney
Alex Kramer
November 21, 1947 (duet with Buddy Clark, George Siravo orchestra)
1,000,000+ sales #1 HIT RECORD
"Love Ya" Peter De Rose Charles Tobias March 30, 1951 (duet with Jack Smith, Paul Weston's orchestra)
released both as a single and on the album On Moonlight Bay
"Lullaby of Broadway" Harry Warren Al Dubin December 8, 1950 (with the Norman Luboff Choir and the Buddy Cole Quartet)
from the album of the same name
December 28, 1950 (with Harry James and his orchestra)
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"Make someone happy" Jule Styne Adolph Green
Betty Comden
December 20, 1960 from the album Bright and Shiny
with Neal Hefti and His Orchestra
"Makin' Whoopee!" Walter Donaldson Gus Kahn November 9, 1951 (duet with Danny Thomas)
released both as a single and on the album I'll See You in My Dreams
November 25, 1958 from the album Cuttin' Capers
"Mama, What'll I Do" Vaughn Horton November 30, 1949 (with Ray Noble's orchestra)
"Ma Says, Pa Says" Josef Marais October 16, 1952 TOP 20 HIT (duet with Johnnie Ray, Paul Weston's orchestra)
"Mean to Me" Fred E. Ahlert Roy Turk c. December 1954 from the album Love Me or Leave Me
"Meditation" Antônio Carlos Jobim Portuguese: Newton Mendonça
English: Norman Gimbel
November 2, 1964 from the album Latin for Lovers
"Me Too (Ho Ha! Ho Ha!)" Harry M. Woods Charles Tobias
Al Sherman
November 29, 1958 from the album Cuttin' Capers
"Mister Tap Toe" Terry Gilkyson
Richard Dehr
Frank Miller
October 16, 1952 TOP 10 HIT on Billboard chart (with the Norman Luboff Choir and Paul Weston's orchestra)
"Mood Indigo" Duke Ellington
Irving Mills
Barney Bigard
December 11, 1959 (with Harry Zimmerman's orchestra)
from the album What Every Girl Should Know
"Moonglow" Will Hudson
Irving Mills
Eddie De Lange August 30, 1957 from the album Day by Night
"Moonshine Lullaby" Irving Berlin October 8, 1962 from the album Annie Get Your Gun
"Moon Song" Arthur Johnston Sam Coslow August 23, 1957 from the album Day by Night
"More" Riz Ortolani
Nino Oliviero
Norman Newell October 29, 1963 from the album Love Him
"The More I See You" Harry Warren Mack Gordon September 21, 1964 from the album Doris Day's Sentimental Journey
"Move Over, Darling" Terry Melcher
Hal Kantor
Joe Lubin
August 30, 1963 TOP 50 HIT (#8 IN THE UK) (with Jack Nitsche's orchestra)
"My Buddy" Walter Donaldson Gus Kahn November 9, 1951 (with Paul Weston's orchestra)
released both as single and on the album I'll See You in My Dreams
"My Darling, My Darling" Frank Loesser October 5, 1948 #7 on Billboard chart (duet with Buddy Clark, George Siravo orchestra)
biggest-selling version was by Jo Stafford and Gordon MacRae
"My Dream Is Yours" Harry Warren Ralph Blane April 19, 1949 TOP 20 HIT (with George Siravo orchestra)
"My Dreams Are Getting Better All The Time" Vic Mizzy Manny Curtis April 25, 1945 #1 HIT (with Les Brown's Band of Renown)
1,000,000+ sales
"My Kinda Love" Louis Alter Jo Trent December 17, 1959 (with Harry Zimmerman's orchestra)
from the album What Every Girl Should Know
"My Number One Dream Came True" Les Brown Bud Green June 20, 1946 (with Les Brown's Band of Renown)
"My Ship" Kurt Weill Ira Gershwin May 3, 1961 from the album I Have Dreamed
"My One and Only Love" Guy Wood Robert Mellin December 16, 1961 (with the André Previn Orchestra)
from the album Duet
"My Romance" Richard Rodgers Lorenz Hart 1962 from the album Billy Rose's Jumbo
"My Young and Foolish Heart" Al Lewis
Murray Mencher
Charles Tobias
February 27, 1947  
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"Nearer My God to Thee" Lowell Mason Sarah F. Adams July 11, 1962 from the album You'll Never Walk Alone
"Never Look Back" Chilton Price December 4, 1954 released both as single and on the album Love Me or Leave Me
"Nice Work if You Can Get It" George Gershwin Ira Gershwin October 16, 1957 from the album Hooray for Hollywood (Vol. 2)
"Night and Day" Cole Porter November 19, 1957 from the album Hooray for Hollywood (Vol. 1)
"Night Life" Willie Nelson
Paul Buskirk
Walt Breeland
November 5, 1963 from the album Love Him
"The Night We Called it A Day" Matt Dennis Tom Adair August 30, 1957 from the album Day by Night
"Nobody's Heart" Richard Rodgers Lorenz Hart November 30, 1961 (with the André Previn Orchestra)
from the album Duet
"Nobody's Sweetheart" Elmer Schoebel
Billy Meyers
Ernie Erdman
Gus Kahn
November 13, 1951 (with the Norman Luboff Choir)
released both as single and on the album I'll See You in My Dreams
"No Two People" Frank Loesser August 4, 1952 TOP 20 HIT (duet with Donald O'Connor, Paul Weston's orchestra)
"Not Only Should You Love Him" Leo Robin December 22, 1959 (with Harry Zimmerman's orchestra)
from the album What Every Girl Should Know
"(Now & Then There's) A Fool Such as I" Bill Trader November 5, 1963 from the album Love Him
"(Where Are you ) Now That I Need You" Frank Loesser March 23, 1949 TOP 20 HIT (with The Mellomen)
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"Oh, But I Do" Arthur Schwartz Leo Robin November 5, 1957 from the album Hooray for Hollywood (Vol. 2)
"Oh, How I Miss You Tonight" Joe Burke
Mark Fisher
Benny Davis June 9, 1967 from the album The Love Album
"Ohio" Leonard Bernstein Betty Comden
Adolph Green
February 18, 1960 from the album Show Time
"Oh Me! Oh My! Oh You!" Vincent Youmans Ira Gershwin July 25, 1950 (duet with Gene Nelson & The Page Cavanaugh Trio)
released both as single and on the album Tea for Two
"Oh What a Beautiful Dream" Joe Hooven
Marilyn Hooven
By Dunham May 2, 1961 from the album I Have Dreamed
"Once-a-Year Day" Jerry Ross Richard Adler June 14, 1957 (with John Raitt and Ensemble)
from the album The Pajama Game
"The One I Love (Belongs to Somebody Else)" Isham Jones Gus Kahn November 9, 1951 (with Paul Weston's orchestra)
released both as single and on the album I'll See You in My Dreams
"On Moonlight Bay" Percy Wenrich Edward Madden March 23, 1951 (with the Norman Luboff Choir)
released both as a single and on the album of the same name
"On the Street Where You Live" Frederick Loewe Alan Jay Lerner February 11, 1960 from the album Show Time
"On the Sunny Side of the Street" Jimmy McHugh Dorothy Fields December 20, 1960 from the album Bright and Shiny
"Oops" Harry Warren Johnny Mercer September 12, 1951 TOP 40 HIT (with Paul Weston's orchestra)
"Oo-Wee Baby" Barry Mann
Cynthia Weil
June 12, 1964 (with Thomas E. Oliver's orchestra)
not released in US until compiled in CD album called "The 1960s Singles" in 2002
"Orange Colored Sky" Milton De Lugg
William Stein
August 21, 1950 TOP 50 HIT (with the Page Cavanaugh Trio)
"Our Day Will Come" Mort Garson Bob Hilliard November 5, 1964 from the album Latin for Lovers
"Over and Over Again" Richard Rodgers Lorenz Hart 1962 from the album Billy Rose's Jumbo
"Over the Rainbow" Harold Arlen E.Y. Harburg November 5, 1957 from the album Hooray for Hollywood (Vol. 1)
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"Papa, Won't You Dance with Me?" Jule Styne Sammy Cahn September 3, 1947 TOP 20 HIT; BIG SELLER (with Lou Bring orchestra)
"The Party's Over" Jule Styne Betty Comden
Adolph Green
October 30, 1956 (with Frank De Vol's orchestra)
"Pennies from Heaven" Arthur Johnston Johnny Burke November 12, 1957 from the album Hooray for Hollywood (Vol. 2)
"People Will Say We're in Love" Richard Rodgers Oscar Hammerstein II February 25, 1960 from the album Show Time
"A Perfect Understanding" Fred Spielman Milton Drake February 7, 1959 (with Frank DeVol's orchestra)
"Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps" Osvaldo Farrés Spanish: Osvaldo Farrés
English: Joe Davis
November 5, 1964 FEATURED IN SEVERAL FILMS IN 2007 2008 AND 2009 (with Mort Garson's orchestra)
from the album Latin for Lovers
"Periwinkle Blue" Jerry Livingston Paul Francis Webster May 3, 1961 from the album I Have Dreamed
"Pete" Lanny Grey FIRST SINGLE RELEASE FOR COLUMBIA RECORDS B/W "IT TAKES TIME" February 27, 1947  
"Pillow Talk" Buddy Pepper
Inez James
July 23, 1959 (with Jack Marshall's Orchestra)
"Please Don't Eat the Daisies" Joe Lubin January 7, 1960 (with Bill Marx's orchestra)
"Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone" Sam H. Stept Sidney Clare December 4, 1950 (with the Frank Comstock orchestra)
released both as single and on the album Lullaby of Broadway
"Por Favor" Joe Sherman
Noël Regney
November 9, 1964 from the album Latin for Lovers
"Powder Your Face with Sunshine" Carmen Lombardo
Stanley Rochinski
December 28, 1948 (duet with Buddy Clark, George Siravo's orchestra)Top 20 hit in 1949
"Pretty Baby" Tony Jackson
Egbert Van Alstyne
Gus Kahn November 12, 1947 (with George Siravo's orchestra) Often erroneously shown w/Harry James as bandleader
"The Prodigal Son"     July 12, 1962 from the album You'll Never Walk Alone
"Pumpernickel" Sam Coslow September 5, 1950 (with Frank Yankovic & his Yanks)
"Put 'em in a Box, Tie 'em with a Ribbon" Jule Styne Sammy Cahn November 26, 1947 from ROMANCE ON THE HIGH SEAS (with George Siravo's orchestra)
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"Quicksilver" Irving Taylor
George Wyle
Eddie Pola
October 19, 1949 (as "Doris Day with her Country Cousins"); Top 20 Billboard hit
"Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars" Antonio Carlos Jobim Gene Lees November 2, 1964 from the album Latin for Lovers
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"Rainbow's End" Denis King
John Junkin
May 25, 1964 (with Jack Nitsche's orchestra)
"Ready, Willing and Able" Floyd Huddleston
Dick Gleason
Al Rinker
October 8, 1954 from the album Young at Heart' #7 on U.K. charts
"A Red Kiss on a Blue Letter" Redd Evans
Roger Genger
George Lang
February 7, 1945 (with Les Brown's Band of Renown)
"Remind Me" Jerome Kern Dorothy Fields November 30, 1961 (with the André Previn Orchestra)
from the album Duet
"Ridin' High"     December 19, 1960 from the album Bright and Shiny
"The River Seine" Guy La Forge (English) Allan Roberts
Alan Holt
September 14, 1949 (with George Siravo orchestra)
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"Sam, The Old Accordion Man" Walter Donaldson December 7, 1954 from the album Love Me Or Leave Me
"Save a Little Sunbeam (for a Rainy, Rainy Day)" Irving Gordon November 30, 1949 (with Ray Noble orchestra)
"Say Something Nice About Me" Sam Stept September 3, 1947  
"Scarlet Ribbons (For Her Hair)" Evelyn Danzig Jack Segal July 12, 1962 from the album You'll Never Walk Alone
"Secret Love" Sammy Fain Paul Francis Webster August 5, 1953 released both as a single and on the album, Calamity Jane
1,000,000+ sales; charted at #1 in the U.S. and U.K.; Grammy Hall of Fame Award 1999
"Send Me No Flowers" Burt Bacharach Hal David September 11, 1964 (with Mort Garson's orchestra)
"Sentimental Journey" Les Brown
Ben Homer
Bud Green November 20, 1944 (with Les Brown's Band of Renown)
5,000,000+ sales, #1 on charts
September 11, 1964 from the album Doris Day's Sentimental Journey' Grammy Hall of Fame 1998'
"Serenade in Blue" Harry Warren Mack Gordon September 15, 1964 from the album Doris Day's Sentimental Journey
"Seven and a Half Cents" Jerry Ross Richard Adler June 14, 1957 (with Jack Straw and Ensemble)
from the album The Pajama Game
"Shaking The Blues Away" Irving Berlin c. December 1954 from the album Love Me Or Leave Me
"Shanghai" Milton De Lugg Bob Hilliard May 15, 1951 #7 on Billboard chart; #9 on Cash Box chart (with Norman Luboff Choir, Paul Weston orchestra)
"Should I Surrender?" Adam Ross
William Landau
November 21, 1961 (with Frank DeVol's orchestra)
"Silver Bells" Jay Livingston Ray Evans September 28, 1950 (with George Siravo orchestra)
June 17, 1964 from The Doris Day Christmas Album
"Since I Fell for You" Buddy Johnson November 5, 1963 from the album Love Him
"Singin' in the Rain" Nacio Herb Brown Arthur Freed December 20, 1960 from the album Bright and Shiny
"Sleepy Baby" Martin Broones Paul Francis Webster July 7, 1964 (with Jimmy Joyce and the Children's Chorus)
from the album With a Smile and a Song
"Sleepy Lagoon" Eric Coates Jack Lawrence June 6, 1967 from the album The Love Album
"Slightly Out of Tune (Desafinado)" Antônio Carlos Jobim Portuguese: Newton Mendonça
English: Jon Hendricks
Jesse Cavanagh
November 2, 1964 from the album Latin for Lovers
"Small Talk" Jerry Ross Richard Adler June 14, 1957 (duet with John Raitt)
from the album The Pajama Game
"Snowfall" Claude Thornhill Ruth Thornhill June 17, 1964 from The Doris Day Christmas Album
"Snuggled on Your Shoulder" Carmen Lombardo Joe Young May 25, 1967 from the album The Love Album
"Soft as the Starlight" Joe Lubin
Jerome Howard
August 30, 1957 from the album Day by Night
"Softly, as I Leave You" Hal Shaper
Antonio DeVita
Giorgio Calabrese
October 29, 1963 from the album Love Him
"Somebody Loves Me" George Gershwin Buddy DeSylva
Ballard McDonald
December 4, 1950 (with the Frank Comstock orchestra)
released both as a single and on the album Lullaby of Broadway
"Someday I'll Find You" Noël Coward May 5, 1961 from the album I Have Dreamed
"Someone Like You" Harry Warren Ralph Blane December 31, 1947 (with George Siravo orchestra)
 (from the film, MY DREAM IS YOURS)
"Something Wonderful" Richard Rodgers Oscar Hammerstein II December 22, 1950 (with Harry Zimmerman's orchestra)
from the album What Every Girl Should Know
"Sometimes I'm Happy" Vincent Youmans Irving Caesar June 17, 1949 from the album You're My Thrill, later issued on Day Dreams
"The Song is You" Jerome Kern Oscar Hammerstein II September 17, 1956 from the album Day by Day
"Soon" Richard Rodgers Lorenz Hart October 29, 1957 from the album Hooray for Hollywood (Vol. 2)
"Sooner or Later" Charles Wolcott Ray Gilbert August 28, 1946 (with Les Brown's Band of Renown)Charted at #13
"Sorry" Gene DePaul Johnny Mercer November 4, 1966  
"Stardust" Hoagy Carmichael Mitchell Parish 1965 Unable to locate the original recording date. The song appears on the British import compilation Sentimental Journey, 1965 and the compilation album Love & Magic, 2001
"Stars Fell on Alabama" Frank Perkins Mitchell Parish August 27, 1957 from the album Day by Night
"Stay on the Right Side, Sister" Rube Bloom Ted Koehler November 18, 1954 from the album Love Me Or Leave Me
"Stay with the Happy People"     December 19, 1960 from the album Bright and Shiny
"Steppin' Out with My Baby" Irving Berlin November 10, 1958 from the album Cuttin' Capers
"Street of Dreams" Victor Young Sam M. Lewis May 25, 1967 from the album The Love Album
"Sugarbush" Josef Marais February 7, 1952 TOP TEN CHARTED HIT; #1 ON JUKEBOX HITS; #8 in U.K. (duet with Frankie Laine, with Norman Luboff choir)
Based on a traditional Afrikaans song by the name of Suikerbossie
1,000,000+ sales
"Summer Has Gone" Gene DiNovi
Bill Comstock
November 2, 1964 from the album Latin for Lovers
"The Surrey With the Fringe on Top" Richard Rodgers Oscar Hammerstein II February 11, 1960 from the album Show Time
"Swinging on a Star" Jimmy Van Heusen Johnny Burke July 10, 1964 (with Jimmy Joyce and the Children's Chorus)
from the album With a Smile and a Song
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"Tacos, Enchiladas and Beans"     November 21, 1947  
"Teacher's Pet" Joe Lubin November 1, 1957 TOP 40 HIT (with Frank De Vol's orchestra)
"Tea for Two" Vincent Youmans Irving Caesar July 14, 1950 (with Axel Stordahl's orchestra)
released both as a single and on

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"Tell Me, Tell Me, Dreamface" Duke Ellington Don George February 27, 1947  
"Tell Me (Tell Me Why)" Max Kortlander J. Will Callahan March 23, 1951 (with Paul Weston's orchestra)
released both as a single and on the album On Moonlight Bay
"Ten Cents A Dance" Richard Rodgers Lorenz Hart December 30, 1954 from the album Love Me Or Leave Me
"Ten Thousand Four Hundred And Thirty-Two Sheep" Jule Styne Sammy Cahn October 23, 1950 (with David Rose's orchestra)
"That Certain Party" Walter Donaldson Gus Kahn October 10, 1948 (duet with Buddy Clark)
"That Old Black Magic" Harold Arlen Johnny Mercer November 12, 1957 from the album Hooray for Hollywood (Vol. 2)
"That Old Feeling" Sammy Fain Lew Brown December 29, 1948 from the album You're My Thrill, later issued on Day Dreams
"That's the Way He Does It" Buddy Pepper
Inez James
September 3, 1947 (with Lou Bring orchestra)
"There Once Was a Man" Jerry Ross Richard Adler June 14, 1957 (duet with John Raitt)
from the album The Pajama Game
"There's A Rising Moon" Sammy Fain Paul Francis Webster September 24, 1954 from the album Young at Heart
"There's Good Blues Tonight" Edna Osser
Glenn Osser
February 25, 1946 (with Les Brown's Band of Renown)
"There's No Business Like Show Business" Irving Berlin 1962 Also recorded in 1948 with Frank Sinatra as a duet (duet with Robert Goulet, Franz Allers Orchestra)
from the album Annie Get Your Gun
"There They Are" Carter Wright
Donald Borzage
Paul Francis Webster January 21, 1946 (with Mort Garson's orchestra)
"There Will Never Be Another You" Harry Warren Mack Gordon September 26, 1956 from the album Day by Day
"They Say It's Wonderful" Irving Berlin February 18, 1960 from the album Show Time
October 8, 1962 (duet with Robert Goulet)
from the album Annie Get Your Gun
"This Can't Be Love" Richard Rodgers Lorenz Hart 1962 from the album Billy Rose's Jumbo
"Thoughtless" Carl Lampl Buddy Kaye December 29, 1947 (with The Modernaires)
"Three Coins in the Fountain" Jule Styne Sammy Cahn October 22, 1957 from the album Hooray for Hollywood (Vol. 2)
"Till the End of Time" Buddy Kaye
Ted Mossman
May 17, 1945 (with Les Brown's Band of Renown) #3 charted hit
"Till We Meet Again" Richard Whiting Raymond B. Egan March 23, 1951 released both as a single and on the album On Moonlight Bay
"Till My Love Comes to Me" Based on Mendelssohn's "On Wings of Song" Paul Francis Webster September 24, 1954 from the album Young at Heart
"Time to Say Goodnight" John Rotella May 2, 1961 from the album I Have Dreamed
"'Tis Harry I'm Plannin' to Marry" Sammy Fain Paul Francis Webster July 16, 1953 from the album, Calamity Jane
"Too Marvelous For Words" Richard A. Whiting Johnny Mercer January 25, 1950 (with Harry James Quintet)
released both as a single and on the album Young Man with a Horn
"Toyland" Victor Herbert Glen McDonough June 16, 1964 from The Doris Day Christmas Album
"Twinkle and Shine"     December 23, 1960 from the album Bright and Shiny
"Twinkle Lullaby" Joe Lubin August 30, 1963 (with Jack Nitsche's orchestra)
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"Under a Blanket of Blue" Jerry Livingston Al J. Neiburg
Marty Symes
August 23, 1957 from the album Day by Night
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"Very Good Advice" Sammy Fain Bob Hilliard February 28, 1951 (with the Four Hits and Leith Stevens's orchestra)
"A Very Precious Love" Sammy Fain Paul Francis Webster November 19, 1957 (with Frank De Vol's orchestra) Charted at #16 in U.K., 1958
"The Very Thought Of You" Ray Noble January 25, 1950 (with Harry James and his orchestra)
released both as a single and on the album Young Man with a Horn
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"Wait Till You See Him" Richard Rodgers Lorenz Hart December 16, 1961 (with the André Previn Orchestra)
from the album Duet
"Walk with Him"     July 11, 1962 from the album You'll Never Walk Alone
"The Way You Look Tonight" Jerome Kern Dorothy Fields November 12, 1957 from the album Hooray for Hollywood (Vol. 1)
"We'll Be Together Again" Carl T. Fischer Frankie Laine November 5, 1945 (with Les Brown's Band of Renown)
"We'll Love Again" Jay Livingston Ray Evans May 3, 1961 Also featured in the film, THE MAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH from the album I Have Dreamed
"What Does a Woman Do?" Allie Wrubel Maxwell Anderson December 22, 1959 (with Harry Zimmerman's orchestra)
from the album What Every Girl Should Know
January 7, 1960 (with Bill Marx's orchestra)
"Whatever Will Be, Will Be (Que Sera, Sera)" Jay Livingston Ray Evans February 24, 1956 (with Frank De Vol's orchestra)
1,000,000+ sales; charted at #1 in the U.K., Australia & France, and #2 in the U.S.; Grammy Hall of Fame 2012
July 7, 1964 (with Jimmy Joyce and the Children's Chorus)
from the album With a Smile and a Song
"What Every Girl Should Know" David Holt Robert Wells December 11, 1959 (with Harry Zimmerman's orchestra)
from the album of the same name
"What's the Use of Wond'rin'?" Richard Rodgers Oscar Hammerstein II December 11, 1959 (with Harry Zimmerman's orchestra)
from the album What Every Girl Should Know
"When I Fall in Love" Victor Young Edward Heyman May 6, 1952 TOP 10 HIT (with Norman Luboff choir, Percy Faith orchestra)
"When I Grow Too Old to Dream" Sigmund Romberg Oscar Hammerstein II May 5, 1961 from the album I Have Dreamed
"When I'm Not Near the Boy I Love" Burton Lane E.Y. Harburg February 11, 1960 from the album Show Time
"When the Red, Red Robin (Comes Bob, Bob, Bobbin' Along)" Harry M. Woods 1953/4 from the album, The Voice of Your Choice. With Paul Weston and His Orchestra
"When You're Smiling" Larry Shay
Mark Fisher
Joe Goodwin December 17, 1959 (with Harry Zimmerman's orchestra)
from the album What Every Girl Should Know
"When Your Lover Has Gone"     December 29, 1948 from the album You're My Thrill, later issued on Day Dreams
"White Christmas" Irving Berlin) June 17, 1964 from The Doris Day Christmas Album
"Who Are We to Say (Obey Your Heart)" Sigmund Romberg Gus Kahn December 16, 1961 (with the André Previn Orchestra)
from the album Duet
"Who Knows What Might Have Been?" Jule Styne Adolph Green
Betty Comden
November 21, 1961 (with Frank DeVol's orchestra)
"The Whole World Is Singing My Song" Vic Mizzy Manny Curtis June 20, 1946 TOP 20 HIT (with Les Brown's Band of Renown)Charted at #6
"Why Can't I?" Richard Rodgers Lorenz Hart 1962 (with Martha Raye)
from the album Billy Rose's Jumbo
"Why Don't We Do this More Often?" Allie Wrubel Charles Newman November 13, 1958 from the album Cuttin' Capers
"Winter Wonderland" Felix Bernard Richard B. Smith June 16, 1964 from The Doris Day Christmas Album
"With a Smile and a Song" Frank Churchill Larry Morey July 7, 1964 (with Jimmy Joyce and the Children's Chorus)
from the album of the same name
"With A Song In My Heart" Richard Rodgers Lorenz Hart January 27, 1950 from Top Ten Albums of 1950 (with Harry James Quintet)
released both as a single and on the album Young Man with a Horn
"A Woman's Touch"     July 17, 1953 from the album, Calamity Jane
"A Wonderful Guy" Richard Rodgers Oscar Hammerstein II February 18, 1960 from the album Show Time
"Wonderful One" Ferde Grofé
Paul Whiteman
Theodora Morse) June 9, 1967 from the album The Love Album
"Would I Love You, Love You, Love You" Harold Spina Bob Russell December 28, 1950 TOP 10 Billboard Hit (with Harry James and his orchestra)
"Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams (And Dream Your Troubles Away)" Harry Barris Billy Moll
Ted Koehler
August 27, 1957 from the album Day by Night
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"Yes" André Previn Dory Langdon Previn November 30, 1961 (with the André Previn Orchestra)
from the album Duet
"You Are My Sunshine" Jimmie Davis
Charles Mitchell
Paul Rice
September 5, 1950 (with Frank Yankovic & his Yanks)
"You Can Have Him" Irving Berlin May 15, 1949 (duet with Dinah Shore, Hugo Winterhalter's orchestra)
"You Can't Get A Man with A Gun" Irving Berlin October 8, 1962 from the album Annie Get Your Gun
"You Can't Have Everything" Harry Revel Mack Gordon December 17, 1959 (with Harry Zimmerman's orchestra)
from the album What Every Girl Should Know
"You Do Something to Me" Cole Porter August 27, 1957 from the album Day by Night
"You Go to My Head" J. Fred Coots Haven Gillespie March 2, 1949 (with George Siravo orchestra)
released both as a single and on the album You're My Thrill, later issued on Day Dreams
"You'll Never Know" Harry Warren Mack Gordon November 5, 1957 from the album Hooray for Hollywood (Vol. 2)
"You'll Never Walk Alone" Richard Rodgers Oscar Hammerstein II July 13, 1962 from the album of the same name
"You Love Me" Jule Styne Sammy Cahn September 13, 1950 (with David Rose's orchestra)
"You Made Me Love You (I Didn't Want To Do It)" James V. Monaco Joseph McCarthy November 18, 1954 from the album Love Me Or Leave Me
"You My Love" Jimmy Van Heusen Mack Gordon September 24, 1954 from the album Young at Heart
"You're Getting to Be a Habit with Me" Harry Warren Al Dubin December 4, 1950 (with the Frank Comstock orchestra)
released both as single and on the album Lullaby of Broadway
"You're My Thrill" Jay Gorney Sidney Clare May 13, 1949 (with The Mellomen)
released both as single and on the album You're My Thrill, later issued on Day Dreams
"Your Eyes Have Told Me So" Walter Blaufuss Gustave Kahn
Egbert Van Alstyne
February 13, 1953 from the album By The Light Of The Silvery Moon
"You Should Have Told Me" Bobby Barnes
Lewis Bellin
Redd Evans
August 29, 1946 (with Les Brown's Band of Renown)
"You Stepped Out of a Dream" Nacio Herb Brown Gus Kahn May 5, 1961 from the album I Have Dreamed
"You Was" Sonny Burke Paul Francis Webster December 15, 1948 (duet with Buddy Clark, Mitchell Ayres orchestra)
"You Won't Be Satisfied (Until You Break My Heart)" Teddy Powell
Larry Stock
November 5, 1945 #4 HIT OF 1946 (with Les Brown's Band of Renown)
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"Zip-a-dee-doo-dah" Allie Wrubel Ray Gilbert July 10, 1964 (with Jimmy Joyce and the Children's Chorus)
from the album With a Smile and a Song

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