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This is an alphabetical listing with annotations of every song written by Stephen Sondheim (there may be some that I've been unable to verify.)  Songs from unproduced projects are also included.  Stephen Banfield's book helped in providing information on the early incarnations of some of the songs, and their relationships to subsequent songs.  Mr. Sondheim has kindly provided further information.

While doing the research for this list, I came upon a great number of titles, for which there was very little information.  Mr. Sondheim has cleaned the list of those titles for songs that were never written.  I am in the process of compiling a list of these "phantom" titles.

Abbreviations used in the Notes field:

  • FTH - the lyrics are included in Finishing the Hat (Collected Lyrics 1954-1981)
  • AS - both music and lyrics are included in the All Sondheim music publications, followed by the volume number
  • NR - no commercial recording of the song (to my knowledge) has been made.
Also, unless noted, all music and lyrics are by Stephen Sondheim (SS).

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A
Song Title Show Notes
"The A-1 March" Anyone Can Whistle FTH
Also known as "Hooray for Hapgood"
"Act One Prologue" Pacific Overtures Instrumental opening number
"Act Two Opening" Merrily We Roll Along See "Gussie's Opening Number"
"Ad" Mary Poppins [unproduced] NR
"Addison's City" Bounce
"Addison's Trip" Bounce Also known as "Addison's Trip Around the World" and "On My Way"
"The Advantages of Floating in the Middle of the Sea" Pacific Overtures FTH
"Advice" Climb High [unproduced] NR
"After All" By George NR
"Afternoon in Benicia" The Legendary Mizners [unproduced] NR
"Agony" Into the Woods
"Ah, But Underneath" Follies FTH
AS3
Added to the 1987 London Production, replacing "The Story of Lucy and Jessie", and doing in the same in several subsequent productions
"Ah, Miss" Sweeney Todd FTH
"Ah! Paris!" Follies FTH
Also known as "Ah, Paree!"
"Airport at Biarritz" Stavisky Instrumental
"Alarms" Pacific Overtures Working title of "Four Black Dragons"
"Alaska" Cut from Bounce NR
"All Aboard" The Frogs FTH
Written for the 2004 Broadway version
"All for You" Saturday Night See "I'm All for You"
"All I Need is the Girl" Gypsy Music by Jule Styne
FTH
Lyrics rewritten as "All I Need is the Boy"
"All Things Bright and Beautiful" Cut from Follies FTH
AS2 Music used in the "Prologue"
"All Year Long" Climb High [unproduced] NR
"All's Fair" By George NR
"Alma Mater" Phinney's Rainbow NR
"Alms... Alms..." Sweeney Todd Separate in the vocal score; part of "No Place Like London"
"Alumnum's Song" Phinney's Rainbow NR
"America" (#1) West Side Story Music by Leonard Bernstein
FTH
"America" (#2) West Side Story (film) Music by Leonard Bernstein
FTH
Different lyrics for the film version
"Another Hundred People" Company FTH
AS1
"Another National Anthem" Assassins
"Another World" The Lady or the Tiger? [unproduced] Music and lyrics by Mary Rodgers and SS
NR
"Any Moment" Into the Woods
"Anyone Can Whistle" Anyone Can Whistle FTH
AS1
"Ariadne" The Frogs FTH
Written for the 2004 Broadway version
"Arlette and Stavisky" Stavisky Instrumental
"Arlette By Day" Stavisky Instrumental
"Arlette By Night" Stavisky Instrumental
"Atom Bomb Baby (Mambo)" Cut from West Side Story Music by Leonard Bernstein, unfinished instrumental
NR
Some music used in "The Dance at the Gym"
"Auto Da Fe (What a Day)" Candide Music by Leonard Bernstein; lyrics by John LaTouche, Richard Wilbur and SS.  SS's lyrical contributions first used in the 1974 Chelsea version.  ASCAP credits only Bernstein and Richard Wilbur
"Auto Show" Stavisky Instrumental; music from "Bring on the Girls", cut from Follies
"Ave Alumnum" Phinney's Rainbow NR
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B
Song Title Show Notes
"Baby June and Her Newsboys" Gypsy Music by Jule Styne
FTH
"Back in Business" Dick Tracy
"Back to the Palace" Cut from Into the Woods
"The Ballad of Booth" Assassins
"The Ballad of Czolgosz" Assassins
"The Ballad of Guiteau" Assassins
"The Ballad of Sweeney Todd" Sweeney Todd FTH
AS1
Reprised throughout the score with different lyrics
"Bang!" Cut from A Little Night Music FTH
AS3
"The Barber and His Wife" Sweeney Todd FTH
"Barcelona" Company FTH
"Bargaining" Do I Hear a Waltz? Music by Richard Rodgers
FTH
"Beautiful" Sunday in the Park with George AS3
"Beautiful Girls" Follies FTH
AS4
"The Beggar Woman's Lullabye" Cut from Sweeney Todd FTH
Also known as "Deedle, Deedle Dumpling"; restored for the 1980 London Production (or written for, according to FTH)
"Being Alive" Company FTH
AS1
"Best of All Possible Worlds" Candide Music by Leonard Bernstein; lyrics by SS for a song of the same name as in the original show; ASCAP credits Bernstein, John LaTouche, and Richard Wilbur
"The Best Thing That Ever Has Happened" Bounce
"Birthday Prayer"
NR
Piano piece written for Leonard Bernstein
"Bitterness" By George
"The Blob" Cut from Merrily We Roll Along FTH
Restored for the 1985 La Jolla and later productions
Includes a reprise of "Growiing Up"
"Bobby and Jackie and Jack" Merrily We Roll Along FTH
"Bobby-Baby" Company Section of "Company" used throughout the score
"Boca Raton" Bounce
"Bolero d'Amour" Follies Dance music arranged by John Berkman; also known as "The Vincent and Vanessa Dance"
"Boom Crunch!" Cut from Into the Woods NR
"The Bordelaise" All That Glitters NR
"Bounce" Bounce
"A Bowler Hat" Pacific Overtures FTH
"The Boy From..." The Mad Show Music by Mary Rodgers
"A Boy Like That" West Side Story Music by Leonard Bernstein
FTH
Leads into "I Have a Love" in production and sometimes recorded together
"Bright Star" Climb High [unproduced] NR
"Bring Me My Bride" A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum FTH
"Bring on the Girls" Cut from Follies FTH
Replaced by "Beautiful Girls"; music used in "Auto Show" for Stavisky
"Broadway" Gypsy Music by Jule Styne
FTH (as part of "Dainty June and Her Farm Boys")
Listed separately by ASCAP
"Broadway Baby" Follies FTH
AS1
"Buddy's Blues" Follies See "The God-Why-Don't-You-Love-Me Blues"
"By the Sea" Sweeney Todd FTH
AS1
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C
Song Title Show Notes
"The Cadys" All That Glitters NR
"Can That Boy Foxtrot!" Cut from Follies FTH
Cut during the Boston tryouts. Replaced by "I'm Still Here"
"The Chase" Cut from A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum Instrumental; used in the 1966 Film version
"Cheri" Cut from Follies FTH
Replaced by "Ah! Paris!"
"Children and Art" Sunday in the Park with George
"Children Will Listen" Into the Woods
"Chris and David I" Cut from Climb High [unproduced] NR
Also known as "Stars Give Light"
"Chris and David II" Cut from Climb High [unproduced] NR
Also known as "No Star of Night"
"Christabel" Climb High [unproduced] NR
"Christmas Carol" I Know My Love NR
"Christmas Island at Christmas Time"
Music and lyrics by Mary Rodgers and SS
"Chromolume #7" Sunday in the Park with George
"Chrysanthemum Tea" (#1) Cut from Pacific Overtures FTH
NR
"Chrysanthemum Tea" (#2) Pacific Overtures FTH
"Cinderella at the Grave" Into the Woods
"City on Fire!" Sweeney Todd FTH
"Class" Saturday Night FTH
"Climb High" Climb High [unproduced] NR
"Cocktail Party" Cut from Climb High [unproduced] NR
"Color and Light" Sunday in the Park with George
"Come Over Here"
Music by Jule Styne
NR
Written for Tony Bennett circa 1960
"Come Play Wiz Me" Anyone Can Whistle FTH
"Comedy Tonight" A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum FTH
AS1
"Company" Company FTH
Portions of this are reprised througout the show
"The Contest" Sweeney Todd FTH
Part II (the tooth-pulling sequence) of this is optional in the licensed performance version
"The Cookie Chase" Anyone Can Whistle FTH
Also known as "Cora's Chase" and "The Cookie Ballet"
"Cool" West Side Story FTH
Music by Leonard Bernstein
"Coolie's Prayer" The Exception and the Rule [unproduced] Music by Leonard Bernstein
NR
"Could I Leave You?" Follies FTH
AS1
"Country House" Follies FTH
AS3
Added to the 1987 London Production
"Cow Song" Gypsy Music by Jule Styne
FTH (as part of "Dainty June and Her Farm Boys"
Listed separately by ASCAP
"Crickets" Cut from A Little Night Music See "Not Quite Night"
"Crime Doesn't Pay" The Lady or the Tiger? [unproduced] Music and lyrics by Mary Rodgers and SS
NR
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D
Song Title Show Notes
"Dainty June and Her Farmboys" Gypsy Music by Jule Styne
FTH
Includes "Broadway" and "Cow Song"; also known as "Farm Sequence"
"The Dance at the Gym" West Side Story Instrumental; music by Leonard Bernstein
"Darling" #1 Cut from Merrily We Roll Along NR Also known as "Kissing Song"
"Darling" #2 Cut from Merrily We Roll Along FTH
NR
"Dawn" Singing Out Loud [unproduced] AS4
"The Day Off" Sunday in the Park with George
"Deedle, Deedle Dumpling" Cut from Sweeney Todd Also known as "The Beggar Woman's Lullabye"; restored for the 1980 London Production
"Delighted, I'm Sure" Cut from Saturday Night Completed for the 1999 Pegasus Players production; became part of the licensed version and used in later productions
"Delta Iota Mu" Cut from Climb High [unproduced] NR
"The Dim Dinner" Phinney's Rainbow NR
"Dionysos" The Frogs Also known as "Hymnos: Dionysos"
"Distant Past" Stavisky Instrumental
"Do I Hear a Waltz?" (#1) Do You Hear a Waltz? [unproduced] AS4 Available on the video recording of Putting It Together
Not the same as the following song; music and Lyrics by SS
"Do I Hear a Waltz?" (#2) Do I Hear a Waltz? Music by Richard Rodgers
"Dogma Nu" Phinney's Rainbow NR
"Don't Ballet" Anyone Can Whistle NR Instrumental
"Don't Laugh" Hot Spot Music by Mary Rodgers and SS; lyrics by SS and Martin Charnin; also known as "Show Me"
"Don't Look at Me" Follies FTH
"Dream Ballet" Phinney's Rainbow NR
"Dress Big" The Frogs FTH
Written for the 2004 Broadway version
"Drink to Zee Moon" All That Glitters NR Written by SS and Alice Hammerstein
"Dueling Pianos" Hey Mr. Producer [concert] Lyrics by SS from the music of "Send in the Clowns" and Andrew Lloyd Weber's "Music of the Night"
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E
Song Title Show Notes
"Easy Life" Stavisky Instrumental
"Echo Song" Cut from A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum FTH
Restored in some productions
"The Enclave" The Enclave Incidental music
"Epiphany" Sweeney Todd FTH
"Erna" Stavisky Instrumental
"Erna Remembered" Stavisky Instrumental
"Ever After" Into the Woods
"Every Day a Little Death" (#1) A Little Night Music FTH
AS1
"Every Day a Little Death" (#2) A Little Night Music [film] FTH
"Everybody Loves Leona" Cut from Do I Hear a Waltz? Music by Richard Rodgers
FTH
Restored for the George Street Playhouse production
"Everybody Loves Louis" Sunday in the Park with George
"Everybody Ought to Have a Maid" A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum FTH
"Everybody Says Don't" Anyone Can Whistle FTH
AS3
"Everybody's Got the Right" Assassins
"Everything's Coming Up Roses" Gypsy Music by Jule Styne
FTH
"Evoe for the Dead" The Frogs Also known as "Paean: Evoe for the Dead"
"Exhibit A" Saturday Night FTH
"Exodos: The Sound of Poets" The Frogs FTH
Expanded for the 2004 Broadway production
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F
Song Title Show Notes
"Faculty Song" By George NR Probably not the same as the next song
"Faculty Song" Phinney's Rainbow NR Probably not the same as the above song
"Fair Brooklyn" Saturday Night Part of "It's That Kind of a Neighborhood"
"Fair Lady" The Lady or the Tiger? [unproduced] Music and lyrics by Mary Rodgers and SS
"Fanfare" The Frogs
"Fanfare and Arena Sequence" The Lady or the Tiger? [unproduced] Music and lyrics by Mary Rodgers and SS
"Fanfare (for 3 Trumpets)"
NR Written circa 1976
"Farewell" A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum FTH
Added to the 1971 Los Angeles Production
"Farewell Letter" Passion
"Farm Sequence" Gypsy Music by Jule Styne (same music as "Gone Are the Days" cut from High Button Shoes
FTH (as "Dainty June and Her Farmboys"
"Fear No More" The Frogs AS2
"Fifth Letter" Passion Part of "Trio"
"Final Instructions to the Audience" The Frogs FTH
Reprise of "Invocation and Instructions to the Audience" with new lyrics; written for the 2004 Broadway version
"Final Sequence" Sweeney Todd FTH
Includes musical reprises of "Pretty Women", "My Friends", "The Ballad of Sweeney Todd", "Poor Thing", "A Little Priest", "By the Sea", and "A Barber and His Wife"
"Finale" By George NR
"Finale" A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum FTH
Music from "Comedy Tonight" with new lyrics
"Finale" Into the Woods
"Finale" Passion
"Finale" Phinney's Rainbow NR
"Finale-Chaos" Follies Instrumental; titled only in the score
"Finaletto" Phinney's Rainbow NR
"Finishing the Hat" Sunday in the Park with George AS2
"First Letter" Passion
"First Midnight" Into the Woods
"Flag Song" Cut from Assassins Unfinished
"Flashback" Passion
"Fogg's Asylum / Fogg's Passacaglia" Sweeney Todd Underscore; titled only in the score
"Forget War" Cut from A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum See "Invocation"
"Forty Days" Passion
"Fosca's Entrance" Passion Part of "I Read"
"Four Black Dragons" Pacific Overtures FTH
Working title: "Alarms"
"Fourth Letter" Passion
"Franklin Shepard, Inc." Merrily We Roll Along FTH
"Free" (#1) Cut from A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum NR
"Free" (#2) A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum FTH
"Free" (#3) A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (film) [unused] FTH
NR
Same music as the version #2, with new lyrics
"French Waltz" Ring Around the Moon [unproduced]
"The Frogs" The Frogs FTH
Also known as "Parodos: The Frogs", expanded for the 2004 Broadway production
"Fumblington Girls' Song" Phinney's Rainbow NR
"Funeral Sequence" A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum FTH
"The Future" Stavisky Instrumental
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G
Song Title Show Notes
"The Gaggle of Geese" Cut from A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum FTH
NR
"The Game" Bounce Rewrite of the song in Wise Guys
"Garden Sequence" Passion
"Gee, Officer Krupke" West Side Story FTH
Music by Leonard Bernstein, uses music cut from Bernstein's Candide; lyrics revised for the film version
"George School Frowns" By George NR
"George's Moon" The World of Jules Feiffer NR Incidental music
"Get Out of My Life" Bounce Also known as "Last Fight"
"Get Your Ass in There" The Exception and the Rule [unproduced] NR Music by Leonard Bernstein; also known as "In There"
"Getting Married Today" Company FTH
"Giants in the Sky" Into the Woods AS4
"The Girls of Summer" The Girls of Summer AS2 Instrumental; lyrics added later
"Glad T' See Ya" By George NR
"The Glamorous Life" (#1) A Little Night Music FTH
AS2
"The Glamorous Life" (#2) A Little Night Music [film] FTH
New song written for the Film Version; also known as "The Letter Song"
"God" Sondheim on Sondheim New song written for the revue
"God, That's Good!" Sweeney Todd FTH
"The God-Why-Don't-
You-Love-Me Blues"
Follies FTH
Also known as "Buddy's Blues"
"Gold!" Bounce
"The Good Old American Dollar" All That Glitters NR
"Good Thing Going" Merrily We Roll Along FTH
AS2
"Goodbye Arlette" Stavisky Instrumental
"Goodbye For Now" Reds AS3
"Gossip" Sunday in the Park with George
"Gotta Keep 'Em Humming" Cut from Sunday in the Park with George NR Also known as "Have to Keep Them Humming"; replaced by "Putting It Together"
"Gracious Living Fantasy" Saturday Night Instrumental; based on "Class"; added to the 2000 Second Stage production
"Green Finch and Linnet Bird" Sweeney Todd FTH
AS1
"Growing Up" Merrily We Roll Along FTH
AS4
Added to the 1985 La Jolla and subsequent productions
"Gun Song" Assassins
"Gussie's Opening Number" Merrily We Roll Along FTH
Added to the 1985 La Jolla and subsequent productions
Includes a reprise of "Good Thing Going"
"Gwendolyn and Yolanda" Phinney's Rainbow NR
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H
Song Title Show Notes
"Hades" The Frogs FTH
Written for the 2004 Broadway version; also known as "Paen: Hades"
"Han" The Exception and the Rule [unproduced] NR Music by Leonard Bernstein
"Happily Ever After" Cut from Company FTH
AS3
Replaced by "Being Alive"
"Happiness" Passion AS4
"Have I Got a Girl for You" Company FTH
"Have an Egg Roll, Mr. Goldstone" Gypsy Music by Jule Styne
FTH
Also known as "Mr. Goldstone, I Love You"
"Have to Give Her Someone" Cut from Into the Woods Replaced by "Your Fault'
"Have to Keep Them Humming" Cut from Sunday in the Park with George NR Also known as "Gotta Keep 'Em Humming"; replaced by "Putting It Together"
"Have You Been Waiting Long" Climb High [unproduced] NR
"Hello, Little Girl" Into the Woods
"Here We Are Again" Do I Hear a Waltz? Music by Richard Rodgers
FTH
"A Hero is Coming" Cut from Anyone Can Whistle FTH
Replaced by "There Won't Be Trumpets" which was subsequently cut
"Hideout at Chamonix" Stavisky Instrumental
"High Life" The Last Resorts [unproduced] Also known as "On the River"
"High Tor" High Tor [unproduced] NR
"The Hills of Tomorrow" Merrily We Roll Along FTH
AS3Cut from the 1985 LaJolla and later productions
"Hollywood and Vine" Twigs NR Lyrics by George Furth
"Home is the Place"
Music by Jule Styne; first recorded by Tony Bennett
"Honey" Cut from Merrily We Roll Along FTH
AS3
"Hooray for Hapgood" Anyone Can Whistle Also known as "A-1 March"
"A House for Mama" Cut from Bounce Performed in the workshop of Wise Guys and the Library of Congress Concert Recorded as "A Little House for Mama"
"The House Of Marcus Lycus" Cut from A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum FTH
Music used as underscore; song restored in some productions
"How Do I Know" Phinney's Rainbow NR
"How I Saved Roosevelt" Assassins
"Hymn to Dionysus" The Frogs FTH
Also known as "Hymnos: Evoe!" and "Hymnos: Dionysus"
"Hymnos: Evoe!" The Frogs See "Hymn to Dionysus"
"Hymnos: Hymn to Dionysus" The Frogs See "Hymn to Dionysus"
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I
Song Title Show Notes
"I Do Like You" Cut from A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum FTH
AS2
"I Don't Want to Fall in Love With You" Climb High [unproduced] NR
"I Feel Pretty" West Side Story FTH
Music by Leonard Bernstein
"I Guess This is Goodbye" Into the Woods
"I Have a Love" West Side Story FTH
Music by Leonard Bernstein
"I Have the Funniest Feeling"
NR
"I Know Things Now" Into the Woods
"I Love This Town" Bounce
"I Love to Travel" The Frogs FTH
2004 expansion of "Traveling Music" (1974)
"I Love You Et Cetera" All That Glitters NR
"I Must Be Dreaming" All That Glitters Only song from his school productions to have a professional recording
"I Need Love" All That Glitters NR
"I Never Do Anything Twice" The Seven Percent Solution AS1 Also known as "The Madam's Song"
"I Opened a Book" Phinney's Rainbow NR
"I Read" Passion Includes "Fosca's Entrance"
"I Remember" Evening Primrose AS1 Also known as "I Remember Sky"
"I Remember Sky" Evening Primrose AS1 Also known as "I Remember"
"I Remember That" Saturday Night AS4
FTH
"I Was Wrong" Passion Added to the 1996 London Production
"I Wish" Into the Woods (film) [unproduced] NR Written circa 1996
"I Wish I Could Forget You" Passion
"I Wonder Why" The Lady or the Tiger? [unproduced] Music and lyrics by Mary Rodgers and SS; also known as "Once I Had a Friend"
"I Wouldn't Change a Thing" The Last Resorts [unproduced]  
"I'll Meet You at the 'Donut'" By George NR
"I'm a Fast Worker" By George NR
"I'm Above All That" The Lady or the Tiger? [unproduced] NR Music and lyrics by Mary Rodgers and SS
"I'm All for You" Saturday Night FTH
Also known as "All for You"
"I'm Calm" A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum FTH
"I'm Here" Evening Primrose AS4 Also known as "If You Can Find Me, I'm Here"
"I'm in Love With a Boy" Climb High [unproduced]
"I'm Like the Bluebird" Anyone Can Whistle
"I'm Still Here" Follies FTH
AS1
Lyrics have been altered for selected performers by SS
"I've Got You to Lean On" Anyone Can Whistle FTH
"If" A Little Night Music Early title of "It Would Have Been Wonderful"
"If I Had Three Wishes for Christmas" Cut from Gypsy Music by Jule Styne; also known as "Three Wishes for Christmas"
"If Momma Was Married" Gypsy Music by Jule Styne; also known as "If Mama Was Married"
"If There's Anything I Can't Stand" By George NR
"If You Can Find Me, I'm Here" Evening Primrose AS4 Also known as "I'm Here"
"Impossible" A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum FTH
"In a Year from Now" Climb High [unproduced] NR
"In Buddy's Eyes" Follies FTH
"In No Time At All" Cut from Saturday Night Written to be sung in counterpoint with "A Moment With You"
"In Praise of Women" A Little Night Music FTH
"In Someone's Eyes" Cut from Follies FTH
NR
Early version of "In Buddy's Eyes"
"In the Movies" Saturday Night FTH
"In There" The Exception and the Rule [unproduced] NR Music by Leonard Bernstein; also known as "Get Your Ass in There"
"Interesting Questions" Cut from Into the Woods
"Interrogation" Anyone Can Whistle See "Simple"
"Into the Woods" Into the Woods Also known as "Prologue: Into the Woods"
"Invitation to a March" Invitation to a March Incidental music
"Invocation" Cut from A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum FTH
Revised as "Invocation and Instructions to the Audience" in The Frogs
One section was recorded as "Forget War"
"Invocation and Instructions to the Audience" The Frogs FTH
AS2
Revision of "Invocation", cut from A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum
Also known as "Invocation to the Gods and Instructions to the Audience"
"Invocation to the Muses" The Frogs  
"Is This What You Call Love?" Passion
"Isn't He Something!" Bounce
"Isn't It?" Saturday Night AS2 Also known as "This is Nice, Isn't It?"
FTH
"It Must Be Spring" Cut from By George NR
"It Takes All Kinds" Cut from The Birdcage
"It Takes Two" Into the Woods
"It Wasn't Meant to Happen" Cut from Follies FTH
"It Would Have Been Wonderful" A Little Night Music FTH
"It's a Grand Country" All That Glitters NR
"It's a Hit!" Merrily We Roll Along FTH
"It's Hot Up Here" Sunday in the Park with George
"It's in Your Hands" Cut from Bounce NR Replaced by "Opportunity"
"It's Only a Play" The Frogs Also known as "Parabasis: It's Only a Play"
"It's That Kind of a Neighborhood" Saturday Night FTH
Also known as "Fair Brooklyn"
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J
Song Title Show Notes
"Jet Song" West Side Story FTH
Music by Leonard Bernstein
Jitterbug number By George NR
"Johanna" (#1) Sweeney Todd FTH
AS1Sung by Anthony in the first act
"Johanna" (#2) Cut from Sweeney Todd FTH
Also known as "Johanna (The Judge's Song)"; restored in some productions
"Johanna" (#3) Sweeney Todd FTH
Also known as "Johanna (Act Two Sequence)"
"The Judge's Return" Sweeney Todd Titled in the score only
"Just Another Love Story" Passion Part of "Farewell Letter"
"Just Like Last Night" Cut from Into the Woods NR Music used as the introduction to "Moments in the Woods"
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K
Song Title Show Notes
"Kids Ain't Like Everybody Else" Cut from West Side Story FTH
Music by Leonard Bernstein; also known as "Like Everybody Else"
"King and Queen Sequence" The Lady or the Tiger? [unproduced] NR Music and lyrics by Mary Rodgers and SS
"Kiss Me" Sweeney Todd FTH
Reprised as part of "Quartet"
"Kissing Song" Cut from Merrily We Roll Along NR Also known as "Darling" (#1)
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L
Song Title Show Notes
"Ladies in Their Sensitivities" Sweeney Todd FTH
Includes the "Quartet" in the FTH version
"The Ladies Who Lunch" Company FTH
AS1
"The Lame, the Halt, and the Blind" Cut from Anyone Can Whistle FTH
Sondheim's demo recording appears on the 2003 OBC reissue
"Lament" Into the Woods Also known as "Witch's Lament"
"Last Midnight" Into the Woods
"Last Week, Americans" Do I Hear a Waltz? Music by Richard Rodgers; Act II reprise of "This Week, Americans"; not recorded on the OCR
"Last Waltz" [source not located; probably underscore for A Little Night Music] Title taken from ASCAP registration
"Later" A Little Night Music FTH
"The Lay of a Gay Young Man" Climb High [unproduced] NR
"Lesson #8" Sunday in the Park with George
"Let Me Entertain You" Gypsy Music by Jule Styne; also known as "Gypsy Strip Routine"
"Let's Go to the Movies" Cut from Gypsy NR Music by Jule Styne
"Let's Not Fall in Love" All That Glitters NR
"The Letter" Sweeney Todd FTH (as part of the "Wigmaker / Letter Sequence")
"The Letter Song" A Little Night Music [film] See "The Glamorous Life" (#2)
"Liaisons" A Little Night Music FTH
AS3
"Life is Happiness Indeed" Candide Music by Leonard Bernstein
"Like Everybody Else" Cut from West Side Story FTH
Music by Leonard Bernstein; also known as "Kids Ain't Like Everybody Else"
"Like It Was" Merrily We Roll Along FTH
AS3
"Lion Dance" Pacific Overtures Instrumental; based on the American Admiral's section of "Please Hello"
"List a While, Lady" High Tor [unproduced] NR
"Little Dream" The Birdcage
"A Little House for Mama" Cut from Bounce Performed in the workshop of Wise Guys and the Library of Congress Concert Also known as "A House for Mama"
"Little Lamb" Gypsy Music by Jule Styne
FTH
"A Little Priest" Sweeney Todd FTH
"The Little Things You Do Together" Company FTH
AS1
"Little White House" Cut from Follies FTH
AS2
Originally intended to be sung as a double-duet with "Who Could Be Blue?"
"Live Alone and Like It" Dick Tracy
"Live, Laugh, Love" Follies FTH
Replaced by "Make the Most of Your Music" in the 1987 London Production
"Looks" Singing Out Loud [unproduced] NR
"Losing My Mind" Follies FTH
AS1
"Love, I Hear" A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum FTH
"Love is in the Air" Cut from A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum FTH
Music used as underscore
"Love Like Ours" Passion Part of "Garden Sequence"
"Love Song" Cut from A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum Also known as "Your Eyes Are Blue"
"Love Takes Time" A Little Night Music [film] FTH
Lyrical version of the first "Night Waltz"
"Love Will See Us Through" Follies FTH
Sung as a double-duet with "You're Gonna Love Tomorrow" and considered to be one song
"Love's a Bond" Saturday Night FTH
"Loveland" (#1) Follies FTH
"Loveland" (#2) Follies FTH
AS3
Added to the 1987 London Production, replacing the original "Loveland"
"Lovely" A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum FTH
Reprised later in the show with altered lyrics
"Lovely Ladies" The Lady or the Tiger? [unproduced] NR Music and lyrics by Mary Rodgers and SS
"Loving You" Passion
"Lullabye" Phinney's Rainbow NR
"Lunch" Singing Out Loud [unproduced] NR
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M
Song Title Show Notes
"Make It Through the Night" Cut from Bounce NR Performed in the Wise Guys workshop
"Make the Most of Your Music" Follies FTH
AS3
Added to the 1987 London Production, replacing "Live, Laugh, Love"
"Mama's Talkin' Soft" Cut from Gypsy Music by Jule Styne; also known as "Momma's Talkin' Soft"
"March To The Treaty House" Pacific Overtures Instrumental
"Maria" West Side Story FTH
Music by Leonard Bernstein
"Marry Me a Little" Originally cut from Company FTH
AS2
Restored in later productions and now part of the licensed version of the show
"May We Entertain You" Gypsy Music by Jule Styne
FTH
"Maybe They're Magic" (#1) Cut from Into the Woods NR
"Maybe They're Magic" (#2) Into the Woods
"Me and My Town" Anyone Can Whistle FTH
"Men" By George
"Merrily We Roll Along" Merrily We Roll Along FTH
AS3
This song forms the basis for several "Transitions" used throughout the show
"The Miller's Son" A Little Night Music FTH
AS1
"Miracle Song" Anyone Can Whistle FTH
"Miss Andrew" Mary Poppins [unproduced] NR
"Mix!" Cut from West Side Story FTH
NR
Music by Leonard Bernstein, later used in Chichester Psalms
"A Moment With You" Saturday Night FTH
Originally intended to be sung in counterpoint with "In No Time At All"
"Moments in the Woods" Into the Woods
"Momma's Talkin' Soft" Cut from Gypsy Music by Jule StyneFTH
Also known as "Mama's Talkin' Soft"
"Montalvo at Biarritz" Stavisky Instrumental
"Montana Chem." Saturday Night FTH
Incomplete song; finished in 2000 and restored in later productions
"Moon in My Window" Do I Hear a Waltz? Music by Richard Rodgers
FTH
"More" Dick Tracy
"Mother's Day" Cut from Gypsy Music by Jule Styne
FTH
"Move On" Sunday in the Park with George AS4
"Mr. Goldstone, I Love You" Gypsy Music by Jule Styne
FTH
Also known as "Have an Egg Roll, Mr. Goldstone"
"Multitudes of Amys" Cut from Company FTH
AS4
"My Friends" Sweeney Todd FTH
"My Greatest Day!" Cut from West Side Story NR Music by Leonard Bernstein, early version of "Jet Song" with different lyrics
"My Husband, the Pig" Cut from A Little Night Music FTH
The central section was later expanded into "Every Day a Little Death"; parts were restored in some productions
"My Last K.O.B." By George NR
"My Two Young Men" Bounce Originally a separate song, became part of "Next to You"
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N
Song Title Show Notes
"The Natives are Restless" Cut from Anyone Can Whistle NR Replaced by "Me and My Town"
"The New York Follies" Climb High [unproduced] NR
"New York Sequence" Bounce Also known as "I Love This Town"
"New York Song" The Clock [unproduced]
"Next" Pacific Overtures FTH
"Next to You" Bounce
"Nice She Ain't" Cut from Gypsy Music by Jule Styne
FTH
"Nice Town, But--" Climb High [unproduced] NR
"The Night is the Best Time of the Day"
NR Written for Ginger Rogers' nightclub act in 1959
"Night Waltz I" A Little Night Music FTH
Lyrics added as "Love Takes Time" for the Film Version
"Night Waltz II" A Little Night Music FTH
Also known as "The Sun Sits Low"
"Night Waltz III" Cut from A Little Night Music FTH
Also known as "Crickets" and "Not Quite Night"
"Night Waltz III" (#2) A Little Night Music Original title for "Perpetual Anticipation"
"Nightmare" Passion
"No Fussing" By George NR
"No Life" Sunday in the Park with George
"No, Mary Ann" The Thing of It Is [unproduced] AS4
"No More" Into the Woods
"No One Has Ever Loved Me" #1 Passion
"No One Has Ever Loved Me" #2 Passion New song written for the London production
"No One is Alone" Into the Woods
"No Place Like London" Sweeney Todd FTH
"No Sad Songs for Me" Where to from Here NR
"No Star of Night" Cut from Climb High [unproduced] NR Also known as "Chris and David II"
"No Understand" Do I Hear a Waltz? Music by Richard Rodgers
FTH
"Nobody Reads Books" The Jet-Propelled Couch [unproduced] NR
"Not a Day Goes By" Merrily We Roll Along FTH
AS2
Reprised with different lyrics later in the show
"Not for Children" Climb High [unproduced] NR
"Not Quite Night" Cut from A Little Night Music See "Night Waltz IV"
"Not While I'm Around" Sweeney Todd FTH
AS1
"November 22, 1963" Assassins
"Now" (#1) Cut from A Little Night Music NR
"Now" (#2) A Little Night Music FTH
"Now You Know" (#1) Merrily We Roll Along FTH
"Now You Know" (#2) Merrily We Roll Along FTH
Rewritten for the 1985 La Jolla and subsequent productions
"Numbers" Cut from A Little Night Music FTH
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O
Song Title Show Notes
"Old Friends" Merrily We Roll Along FTH
AS2
"Old House" Stavisky Instrumental
"On My Way" Bounce Also known as "Addison's Trip"
"On the River" The Last Resorts [unproduced] Also known as "High Life"
"On the Steps of the Palace" Into the Woods
"Once I Had A Friend" The Lady or the Tiger? [unproduced] Music and lyrics by Mary Rodgers and SS; also known as "I Wonder Why"
"Once in Your Life" Cut from West Side Story NR Music by Leonard Bernstein, replaced by "I Have a Love"
"One Hand, One Heart" West Side Story FTH
Music by Leonard Bernstein, uses music originally intended for Candide
"One More Kiss" Follies FTH
"One Wonderful Day" Saturday Night FTH
"Opening" The Lady or the Tiger? [unproduced] NR Music and lyrics by Mary Rodgers and SS
"Opening (The Clubhouse)" Cut from West Side Story FTH
NR
Music by Leonard Bernstein
"Opening Doors" Merrily We Roll Along FTH
"Opening Number" Phinney's Rainbow NR
"Operetta" Stavisky Instrumental; music from "The World is Full of Boys /...Girls", cut from Follies
"Opportunity" Bounce
"The Opposite" Anyone Can Whistle Part of "Simple"
"Our Little World" Into the Woods Added to the London Production
"Our Time" Merrily We Roll Along FTH
"Overture" Do I Hear a Waltz? Instrumental; music by Richard Rodgers; no SS contribution
"Overture" Follies Same as "Prologue"
"Overture" A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum Instrumental
"Overture" Gypsy Instrumental; music by Jule Styne; no SS contribution
"Overture" A Little Night Music Vocal
"Overture" Merrily We Roll Along Instrumental; music from "Now You Know", "Good Thing Going", "Rich and Happy", and "Old Friends"
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P
Song Title Show Notes
"Paean: Evoe for the Dead" The Frogs FTH
"Paean: Hades" The Frogs See "Hades"
"Parabasis: It's Only a Play" The Frogs FTH
Expanded for the 2004 Broadway production
"A Parade in Town" Anyone Can Whistle FTH
AS1
"Parodos: The Frogs" The Frogs FTH
See "The Frogs"
"Parlor Songs" Sweeney Todd FTH
Includes "Sweet Polly Plunket" and "The Tower of Bray"
"Paris' Dream" Cut from Bounce NR Early version of "Talent"?
"Party, Party" Climb High [unproduced] NR
"Passionella" Passionella NR Incidental music
"Pavement Pounding Sequence" Climb High [unproduced] NR
"The People Will Hear" All That Glitters NR
"Perfectly Lovely Couple" Do I Hear a Waltz? Music by Richard Rodgers
FTH
"Perhaps" Cut from Do I Hear a Waltz? Music by Richard Rodgers
FTH
"Perpetual Anticipation" A Little Night Music FTH
Originally titled "Night Waltz III"
"Philadelphia" Cut from Do I Hear a Waltz? Music by Richard Rodgers
NR
"Phinney's Rainbow" Phinney's Rainbow NR
"Pirelli's Miracle Elixir" Sweeney Todd FTH
"Pleasant Little Kingdom" Cut from Follies FTH
AS4
Often sung with companion piece "Too Many Mornings"
"Please Hello" Pacific Overtures FTH
"Poems" Pacific Overtures FTH
"Poor Baby" Company FTH
"Poor Thing" Sweeney Todd FTH
AS1
"Pour Le Sport" The Last Resorts [unproduced]
"Prayers" Cut from Pacific Overtures FTH (as "Prayer")
Parts were used in "Chrysanthemum Tea" (#2)
"Prelude" Anyone Can Whistle NR Instrumental
"Pretty Lady" Pacific Overtures FTH
AS1
"Pretty Little Picture" A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum FTH
Cut in some productions
"Pretty Women" Sweeney Todd FTH
AS1
"Professors' Reports" Phinney's Rainbow NR
"Prologos: Invocation to the Gods and Instructions to the Audience" The Frogs FTH
See "Invocation and Instructions to the Audience"
"Prologue" West Side Story Instrumental; music by Leonard Bernstein, original lyrics cut
"Prologue" Cut from Follies Instrumental; music from "All Things Bright and Beautiful", "That Old Piano Roll", "Broadway Baby", "Who's That Woman?", "Rain on the Roof", and "Can That Boy Foxtrot!"
"Prologue" Pacific Overtures Also known as "Act One Prologue"
"Prologue: Into the Woods" Into the Woods
"Prologue March" The Exception and the Rule [unproduced] NR Music by Leonard Bernstein
"Prologue: So Happy" Into the Woods
"Puppy Love" By George NR
"Putting It Together" Sunday in the Park with George AS3
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Q
Song Title Show Notes
"The Q-Ladies' Waltz" Phinney's Rainbow NR
"Quartet" Sweeney Todd FTH (as part of "Ladies in Their Sensitivities")
Sequence including reprises of "Kiss Me" and "Ladies in Their Sensitivities"
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R
Song Title Show Notes
"Race Through the Desert" The Exception and the Rule [unproduced] NR Music by Leonard Bernstein; also known as "I Have Got to Get There in Seven Days Flat"
"Rag Me That Mendelssohn March" A Mighty Man is He NR
"Rain on the Roof " Follies FTH
"The Reason Why" By George NR
"Recent Past" Stavisky Instrumental
"Reds" Reds Instrumental
"Remember?" A Little Night Music FTH
AS1
"Rich and Happy" Merrily We Roll Along FTH
Cut from later productions; replaced by "That Frank"
"The Right Girl" Follies FTH
"The Road You Didn't Take" Follies FTH
"Rodgers and Hammerstein" Climb High [unproduced] NR
"Rose's Turn" Gypsy Music by Jule Styne
FTH
"Routine Blues" By George NR
"The Rumble" West Side Story Instrumental; music by Leonard Bernstein
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S
Song Title Show Notes
"Saga of Lenny"
NR Based on "The Saga of Jenny" by Kurt Weill and Ira Gershwin; new lyrics by SS; also known as "Lenny"
"Salon at the Claridge #1" Stavisky Instrumental; music from "Yes", from The Jet-Propelled Couch
"Salon at the Claridge #2" Stavisky Instrumental; music from "Who Could Be Blue?", cut from Follies
"Sand" Singing Out Loud [unproduced] AS4
"Saturday Night" Saturday Night AS4
FTH
"School of Hard Knocks" Climb High [unproduced] NR
"Searching" Sweeney Todd Part of the Final Sequence
"Second Letter" Passion
"Second Midnight" Cut from Into the Woods
"Secret of Night" Stavisky Instrumental
"See What It Gets You" Anyone Can Whistle FTH
"Send in the Clowns" A Little Night Music FTH
AS1
"Shaw" The Frogs FTH
Written for the 2004 Broadway version
"She Needs Me" Ilya Darling NR Music by Manos Hadjidakis
"Sheep's Song" Candide Music by Leonard Bernstein; ASCAP credits Bernstein and Richard Wilbur
"Show Me" Hot Spot Music by Mary Rodgers and SS; lyrics by SS and Martin Charnin; also known as "Don't Laugh"
"Side by Side by Side" Company FTH
Includes "What We Would Do Without You?"
"Silly People" Cut from A Little Night Music FTH
AS2
"Simple" Anyone Can Whistle FTH
Song sequence includes "A Woman's Place is in the Home", "You Can't Judge a Book By Its Cover", and "The Opposite"
Also known as "Interrogation"
"Singing Out Loud" Singing Out Loud [unproduced] NR
"Small World" Gypsy Music by Jule Styne
FTH
"Smile, Girls" Cut from Gypsy Music by Jule Styne
FTH
"So Happy" Into the Woods Also known as "Prologue: So Happy"
"So Many People" Saturday Night AS2
FTH
"Social Dancing" Follies Instrumental; added to the 1987 London Production
"Soldiers and Girls" Cut from Sunday in the Park with George NR
"Soldiers' Gossip" Passion
"Some People" Gypsy Music by Jule Styne
FTH
"Someone in a Tree" Pacific Overtures FTH
"Someone Is Waiting" Company FTH
"Someone Like You" Do I Hear a Waltz? Music by Richard Rodgers
FTH
"Someone Woke Up" Do I Hear a Waltz? Music by Richard Rodgers
FTH
"Something Just Broke" Assassins NR Added to the 1992 London Production
"Something's Coming" West Side Story FTH
Music by Leonard Bernstein
"Somewhere" West Side Story FTH
Music by Leonard Bernstein
"A Song for Humming" Climb High [unproduced] NR
"Soon" A Little Night Music FTH
"Sooner or Later" Dick Tracy AS4
"Sorry-Grateful" Company FTH
AS1
"The Sound of Poets" The Frogs Also known as "Exodos: The Sound of Poets"
"Souvenir" Cut from Bounce NR Part of "Addison's Trip"?
"A Star is Born"
Written in 1954 for a friend's newborn child
"Stars Give Light" Cut from Climb High [unproduced] NR Also known as "Chris and David I"
"Stay" Do I Hear a Waltz? Music by Richard Rodgers
FTH
"Stay Right Where You Are" Cut from Bounce NR
"Stay With Me" Into the Woods
"Still Got My Heart" Phinney's Rainbow NR
"The Story of Lucy and Jessie" Follies FTH
AS4
Replaced in the 1987 London Production by "Ah, But Underneath"
"Strength Through Sex" Phinney's Rainbow NR
"Study Hall Dirge" By George NR
"Suicide Sequence" All That Glitters NR
"Suite at the Claridge" Stavisky Instrumental
"The Sun is Blue" Mary Poppins [unproduced] NR
"The Sun Sits Low" A Little Night Music Also known as "Night Waltz II"
"The Sun Won't Set" A Little Night Music
"Sunday" Sunday in the Park with George AS2
"Sunday in the Park with George" Sunday in the Park with George
"Sunrise Letter" Passion
"Suspicion Song" The Exception and the Rule [unproduced] NR Music by Leonard Bernstein
"Sweet Polly Plunkett" Sweeney Todd FTH (as part of "Parlor Songs")
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T
Song Title Show Notes
"Take Me to the World" Evening Primrose AS2
"Take the Moment" Do I Hear a Waltz? Music by Richard Rodgers
FTH
"Talent" Bounce
"Tamate's Dance" Pacific Overtures Also known as "There is No Other Way"
"Tea" Mary Poppins [unproduced] NR
"Ten Years Old"
Music and Lyrics by SS and Burt Shevelove; written for a TV special (1960), but not used
"Thank You For Coming" Cut from Merrily We Roll Along FTH
NR Performed at the 2002 Reunion Concert
"Thank You So Much" Do I Hear a Waltz? Music by Richard Rodgers
FTH
"That Dirty Old Man" A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum FTH
"That Frank" Merrily We Roll Along FTHAdded to the 1985 La Jolla and subsequent productions, replacing "Rich and Happy"
"That Old Piano Roll" Cut from Follies FTH
AS4Music retained as underscore
"That Was a Year" Cut from Bounce NR Rewritten as "New York Sequence"?
"That'll Show Him" A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum FTH
"That's Good, That's Bad" Hot Spot Music by Mary Rodgers and SS, lyrics by SS and Martin Charnin; also known as "Who Knows / I Know"
"Theme from Stavisky" Stavisky AS4 Instrumental
"There Is No Other Way" Pacific Overtures FTH
AS4
Also known as "Tamate's Dance"
"There Won't Be Trumpets" Cut from Anyone Can Whistle FTH
"There's Always a Woman" Cut from Anyone Can Whistle FTH
"There's Something About a War" Cut from A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum FTH
"They Ask Me Why I Believe in You" I Believe in You [unproduced] AS4 Also known as "They Asked Me Why I Believe in You"
"They Got This Little Secret" The Exception and the Rule [unproduced] NR Music by Leonard Bernstein
"They Hear Drums" Passion Part of "Garden Sequence"
"Thinking" Do I Hear a Waltz? Music by Richard Rodgers
FTH
"Third Letter" Passion
"This is Nice, Isn't It?" Saturday Night Also known as "Isn't It?"
"This is Show Biz" Cut from Climb High [unproduced] NR
"This Turf is Ours" Cut from West Side Story FTH
NR
Music by Leonard Bernstein
"This Week, Americans" Do I Hear a Waltz? Music by Richard Rodgers
FTH
"This World (Candide's Lament)" Candide Music by Leonard Bernstein
"Three Wishes For Christmas" Cut from Gypsy Music by Jule Styne
FTH
Also known as "If I Had Three Wishes for Christmas"
"Tick Tock" Company Dance music written by David Shire, based on themes by SS; cut from some productions
"Together Wherever We Go" Gypsy Music by Jule Styne
FTH
"Tomorrow's Mother's Day" Cut from Gypsy Music by Jule Styne
FTH
"Tonight (Balcony Scene)" West Side Story FTH
Music by Leonard Bernstein
"Tonight (Quintet)" West Side Story FTH
Music by Leonard Bernstein
"Too Many Mornings" Follies FTH
AS4
"Toreadorables" Gypsy Music by Jule Styne
"The Tower of Bray" Sweeney Todd FTH (as part of "Parlor Songs")
Traveling Music The Frogs Also known as "Travel Music (chant)"; used as part of "I Love to Travel"
"Trio" Passion
"Trotsky at Saint-Palais" Stavisky Instrumental
"Truly Content" Passionella AS3
"Two By Two" Cut from Do I Hear a Waltz? Music by Richard Rodgers
FTH
"Two Fairy Tales" Cut from A Little Night Music FTH
AS3
"The Two of You" Written for the Kukla, Fran and Ollie TV show [not used] AS4
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U
Song Title Show Notes
"Unworthy of Your Love"         Assassins AS4
"Up to the Moon" Cut from West Side Story NR
Music by Leonard Bernstein
"Uptown/Downtown" Cut from Follies FTH
AS2
Replaced by "The Story of Lucy and Jessie"
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V
Song Title Show Notes
"Variations of a Theme (Katie Malone)"
Early instrumental composition
"A Very Nice Prince" Into the Woods
"A Very Short Violin Sonata"
Early instrumental composition
"Vincent and Vanessa Dance" Follies Instrumental; also known as "Bolero d'Amour"
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W
Song Title Show Notes
"Wait" Sweeney Todd FTH
AS3
"Waiting for the Girls Upstairs" Follies FTH
"Wallflowers' Waltz" By George NR
"Waltz" Climb High [unproduced] NR
"Water Under the Bridge" Singing Out Loud [unproduced] AS4
"We Do Not Belong Together" Sunday in the Park with George
"We Float" Cut from Pacific Overtures FTH
NR
Rewrite or early version (according to FTH) of "The Advantages of Floating in the Middle of the Sea"
"We're Gonna Be All Right" (#1) Cut from Do I Hear a Waltz? Music by Richard Rodgers
FTH
First performed at the "Scrabble" concert and in almost all subsequent recordings and performances
"We're Gonna Be All Right" (#2) Do I Hear a Waltz? Music by Richard Rodgers
FTH
"We're Gonna Have a Meeting" Phinney's Rainbow NR
"The Wedding is Off" Cut from Company FTH
Early version of "Getting Married Today". First recording on the Sondheim on Sondheim cast album.
"Wedding Sequence" All That Glitters NR
"A Weekend in the Country" (#1) A Little Night Music FTH
"A Weekend in the Country" (#2) A Little Night Music [film] FTH
"Welcome to Kanagawa" Pacific Overtures FTH
Lyrically different versions exist
"What Can You Lose?" Dick Tracy AS4
"What Do We Do? We Fly!" Do I Hear a Waltz? Music by Richard Rodgers
FTH
"What More Do I Need?" Saturday Night AS2
FTH
"What to Do at George School" By George
"What Would We Do Without You?" Company See "Side by Side by Side"
"What's Your Rush?" Bounce
"When" Evening Primrose
"When I Get Famous" Climb High [unproduced]
"When I See You" All That Glitters NR
"Where Do I Belong" Climb High [unproduced]  
"Where Have You Been All My Life" Bounce Early title for "You" in the Wise Guys workshop
"Who Could Be Blue?" Cut from Follies FTH
AS2
Originally intended to be sung as a double-duet with "Little White House." Music used as "Salon at the Claridge #2" on Stavisky
"Who Knows / I Know" Hot Spot Music by Mary Rodgers and SS, lyrics by SS and Martin Charnin; also known as "That's Good, That's Bad"
"Who Needs Him?" Cut from Gypsy Music by Jule Styne
FTH
"Who's That Woman?" Follies FTH
"Wigmaker / Letter Sequence" Sweeney Todd FTH
"Willy - King of New York" Cut from Bounce NR Early version of "That Was a Year"?
"The Window Across the Way" Cut from A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum FTH
NR
Unfinished
"Wise Guys" Cut from Bounce NR Replaced by the title song "Bounce"
"Witch's Lament" Into the Woods Also known as "Lament"
"With So Little to Be Sure Of" (#1) Cut from Anyone Can Whistle NR
"With So Little to Be Sure Of" (#2) Anyone Can Whistle FTH
"A Woman's Place is in the Home" Anyone Can Whistle Part of "Simple"
"Women and Death" Stavisky
"Women Were Born to Wait" Cut from A Little Night Music NR Early version of "In Praise of Women"
"The World's Full of Girls/The World's Full of Boys" Cut from Follies FTH
AS4
NR
Music used as "Operetta" on Stavisky
"The Worst Pies in London" Sweeney Todd FTH
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Y
Song Title Show Notes
"Yes" The Jet-Propelled Couch [unproduced] NR Music used for "Salon at the Claridge #1" in Stavisky
"Yoo Hoo!" Cut from Sunday in the Park with George NR
"Yoo Hoo, Hi There" Climb High [unproduced] NR
"You" Bounce Also known as "Where Have You Been All My Life?"
"You and Me Together" Cut from Bounce NR
"You Can Close the New York Stock Exchange" Assassins Instrumental underscore
"You Can't Judge a Book by Its Cover" Anyone Can Whistle Part of "Simple"
"You Could Drive a Person Crazy" Company FTH
"You Gotta Get a Gimmick" Gypsy Music by Jule Styne
FTH
Also known as "You Gotta Have a Gimmick"
"You Must Meet My Wife" A Little Night Music FTH
AS1
"You'll Never Get Away from Me" Gypsy Music by Jule Styne
FTH
"You're Gonna Love Tomorrow" Follies FTH
Sung as a double-duet with "Love Will See Us Through" and considered to be one song
"You're Only As Old As You Look"
Written in 1955 for a friend's birthday
"You've Broken My Heart" All That Glitters NR
"Your Eyes Are Blue" Cut from A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum FTH
Also known as "Love Song"
"Your Fault" Into the Woods


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Last modified on Sunday, January 16, 2011
Compiled by Michael H. Hutchins