gone with the wind ... movie?

the morning after Rhett takes scarlett (after their fight) she wakes up in a very good mood, what song is she singing to herself??

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    The soundtrack is pretty long - not sure which song it is

    # "Selznick International Theme"

    (1937) (uncredited)

    Written by Alfred Newman

    Played for the Selznick International Logo

    # "(I Wish I Was in) Dixie's Land"

    (1860) (uncredited)

    Written by Daniel Decatur Emmett

    Played often in the score

    # "Katie Belle"

    (uncredited)

    Written by Stephen Foster

    In the score for Tara and Twelve Oaks scenes

    # "Under the Willow She's Sleeping"

    (1860 (uncredited)

    Written by Stephen Foster

    In the score for Tara scenes

    # "Lou'siana Belle"

    (1847) (uncredited)

    Written by Stephen Foster

    In the score for Twelve Oaks scenes

    # "Dolly Day"

    (1850) (uncredited)

    Written by Stephen Foster

    In the score for Twelve Oaks scenes

    # "Ring de Banjo"

    (1851) (uncredited)

    Written by Stephen Foster

    In the score for Twelve Oaks scenes

    # "Sweet and Low"

    (1865) (uncredited)

    Music by Joseph Barnby

    In the score for the afternoon nap scenes

    # "Ye Cavaliers of Dixie"

    (uncredited)

    Composer unknown

    In the score when Charles Hamilton challenges Rhett, and other sections

    # "Taps"

    (1862) (uncredited)

    Written by Daniel Butterfield

    In the score for the death of Charles, and other sections

    # "Massa's in de Cold Ground"

    (1852) (uncredited)

    Written by Stephen Foster

    In the score for the death of Charles and Frank

    # "Maryland, My Maryland"

    (1861) (uncredited)

    Music based the traditional German Christmas carol "O Tannennbam"

    In the score at the bazaar in Atlanta and at the train depot

    # "Irish Washerwoman"

    (uncredited)

    Traditional Irish Jig

    Dance music at the bazaar in Atlanta

    # "Garryowen"

    (uncredited)

    Traditional

    Dance music at the bazaar in Atlanta

    # "When Johnny Comes Marching Home"

    (1863) (uncredited)

    Written by Louis Lambert

    (Pseudonym for Patrick Sarsfield Gilmore)

    In the score at Gettysburg and other sections

    # "Weeping, Sad and Lonely (When This Cruel War Is Over)"

    (1862) (uncredited)

    Music by Henry Tucker

    In the score outside the Examiner Newspaper office

    # "The Bonnie Blue Flag"

    (1861) (uncredited)

    Written and arranged by Harry McCarthy

    In the score at the depot and other sections

    # "Hark! the Herald Angels Sing"

    (pub. 1856) (uncredited)

    Music by Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (1840)

    In the score for Christmas at Aunt Pittypat's

    # "Tramp! Tramp! Tramp! (The Boys Are Marching)"

    (1864) (uncredited)

    Music and Lyrics by George Frederick Root

    In the score during the siege

    # "The Old Folks at Home (Swanee River)"

    (1851) (uncredited)

    Written by Stephen Foster

    In the score at the train depot and during the intermission

    # "Go Down Moses (Let My People Go)"

    (uncredited)

    Traditional ***** spiritual

    Sung by marching ***** soldiers off to fight the Yankees

    # "My Old Kentucky Home"

    (1853) (uncredited)

    Music and Lyrics by Stephen Foster

    In the score in the birth of Melanie's baby sequence

    Sung a cappella by Butterfly McQueen

    # "Marching Through Georgia"

    (1865) (uncredited)

    Written by Henry Clay Work

    In the score during the escape from Atlanta, and other sections

    # "Battle Hymn of the Republic"

    (circa 1856) (uncredited)

    Music by William Steffe

    In the score during the burning of Atlanta sequence

    # "Beautiful Dreamer"

    (1862) (uncredited)

    Music by Stephen Foster

    Played during the intermission

    # "Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair"

    (1854) (uncredited)

    Music by Stephen Foster

    Played during the intermission

    # "Yankee Doodle"

    (ca. 1755) (uncredited)

    Traditional music of English origin

    In the score when the war is over

    # "Stars of the Summer Night"

    (1856) (uncredited)

    Music by Isaac Baker Woodbury

    In the score during the New Orleans honeymoon

    # "Bridal Chorus (Here Comes the Bride)"

    (1850) (uncredited)

    from "Lohengrin"

    Written by Richard Wagner

    In the score after Scarlett's nightmare

    # "Deep River"

    (uncredited)

    Traditional

    in the score at the lumber mill

    # "For He's a Jolly Good Fellow"

    (uncredited)

    Traditional

    Sung by guests at the party

    # "London Bridge Is Falling Down"

    (uncredited)

    Traditional children's song

    In the score in London

    # "Ben Bolt (Oh Don't You Remember)"

    (1848) (uncredited)

    Music by Nelson Kneass

    Poem by Thomas Dunn English (1842)

    Sung a cappella by Vivien Leigh

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