Composer: Gene DePaul & Saul Chaplin
Lyricist: Johnny Mercer
The songs in "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers" are not very memorable and none of them ever became popular hits.
When You're in Love
Milly and Adam express their love for each other and they express how it feels "When You're in Love."
Bless Your Beautiful Hide
Adam describes the woman he is looking for as a wife as he sings, "Bless Your Beautiful Hide."
Wonderful, Wonderful Day
Milly speaks of her happiness in marrying Adam by describing the day as a "Wonderful, Wonderful Day."
Milly teaches the Pontipee brothers how they should act when "Goin' Courtin'."
The Pontipee brothers yearn for the women they want and each one feels like a "Lonesome Polecat" without his woman.
Adam tells his brothers the story of the "Sobbin' Women."
Spring, Spring, Spring