This sheet is the score of the song “Whistle While You Work” published by Irving Berlin Inc. in 1937 and composed by Frank Churchill for the music and Larry Morey for the lyrics. The American rights holders are mentioned on the cover: Irving Berlin Inc. Music Publishers 799 Seventh Avenue, New York, N.Y., to whom Walt Disney has granted the rights to exploit the film’s music. It is the third song in the film after “Heigh-Ho” in the numbering of the scores. The back cover encourages the purchase of “Some Day My Prince Will Come” and “I’m Wishing”, offering the first notes of each song.

The lyrics are completely different from those in the film. In fact, only the title can be found in these lyrics, which talk about work in general, and not just housework as in the film. These lyrics would be used in most recordings of the song until the end of the twentieth century.