This sheet is the score of “The Dwarf’s Yodel Song” published by Irving Berlin Inc. in 1937, with music by Frank Churchill and lyrics by Larry Morey. 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 fourth song in the film after “Whistle While You Work” in the numbering of the scores. The back cover encourages the purchase of “Some Day My Prince Will Come”, “With a Smile and a Song” and “One Song”, offering the first notes of each song.

The lyrics are those of the film, but there’s a previously unreleased verse sung by Sneezy which, although included on the soundtrack discs, didn’t survive the final cut of the film.