Music in The Film
- "Sweet Sixteen"/"Lika blå som då", arrangement by Ann Breen and Jim McVeigh, Swedish lyrics by Ingela "Pling" Forsman, vocals by Ann Breen
- "Dancing Queen"
- "Birthday Boy", music by Denis King
- "Swan Lake. Svanarnas dans/Lebedinoe ozero, op. 20"
- "Uti vår hage", arranged by Hugo Alfvén
- "Min soldat"
- "Summertime Blues"/"Soleil de l'été"
- "La vie en rose"/"I rosenrött jag drömmer", Swedish lyrics by Roland Levin
- "En månskenspromenad", music by Thore Ehrling, lyrics by Nils Hellström
- "Waltz für Elise", music by Denis King
- "Red, Red Wine"
- "About Face", music and lyrics by Denis King
- "Welcome to La Tigre", music, lyrics and vocals by Eddy Grant
- "Soca Baptist", music by Blueboy (pseudonym for Austin Lyons)
- "Mona Lisa", Swedish lyrics by Karl-Ewert
- "Ay ay ay!"/"Aj, aj, aj", music and Spanish lyrics by Osmán Pérez Freire, Swedish lyrics by Björn Halldén, Sven-Olof Sandberg and Erik Fridén
- "DK's Tango", music by Denis King
- "The Silver Ballroom", music by Sam Fonteyn
- "The Mountains of Mourne", music by W. Houston Collisson, lyrics by Percy French
- "Here Today, Gone Tomorrow"
- "Pir atmosfär", music by Lars Liljeholm
- "The Way You Look Tonight"/"Lika söt som nu i kväll", Swedish lyrics by Sven Paddock
- "Cheek to Cheek"/"Kind mot kind", Swedish lyrics Ronald Sjögren och Lennart Reuterskiöld
- "The Winner Takes It All"
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