Candide (1956)

Book: Lillian Hellman (principal revised versions: Hugh Wheeler; John Wells's adaptation from Wheeler's version)
Lyrics: Richard Wilbur, John LaTouche, Leonard Bernstein, Dorothy Parker, Lillian Hellman (additional lyrics contributed by Stephen Sondheim for the Hugh Wheeler version)
Music: Leonard Bernstein

Songs:
1956 Stage production
Act One

The Best of All Possible Worlds (lyric by Richard Wilbur; perf. Dr. Pangloss, chorus, Cunegonde, Candide)

Oh, Happy We (lyric by Wilbur; perf. Candide and Cunegonde)

Wedding Chorale (lyric by Bernstein; perf. chorus; not on cast recording)

It Must Be So (lyric by Wilbur; perf. Candide)

Lisbon Sequence (lyric by Leonard Bernstein; perf. Infant Casmira, Conjuror, and chorus; not on cast recording)

It Must Be Me (lyric by Wilbur; perf. Candide; not on cast recording)

Glitter and Be Gay (lyric by Wilbur; perf. Cunegonde)

You Were Dead, You Know (lyric by Wilbur and John LaTouche; perf. Candide and Cunegonde)

Pilgrims' Procession (lyric by Wilbur; perf. Pilgrim Mother, Pilgrim Father, Cunegonde, Old Lady, Candide, and chorus; not on cast recording)

Alleluia (lyric by Wilbur; perf. Pilgrims; not on cast recording)

My Love (lyric by Wilbur and LaTouche; perf. Governor of Buenos Aires, Cunegonde, and Old Lady)

I Am Easily Assimilated (lyric by Bernstein; perf. Old Lady, chorus, and Cunegonde)

Quartet Finale (lyric by Wilbur; perf. Candide, Cunegonde, Governor of Buenos Aires, and Old Lady)

Act Two

Quiet (lyric by Wilbur; perf. Old Lady, Governor of Buenos Aires, and Cunegonde)

Eldorado (lyric by Lillian Hellman; perf. Candide, and chorus)

Bon Voyage (lyric by Wilbur; perf. chorus and Governor of Buenos Aires)

Money, Money, Money (lyric by Wilbur; perf. Croupier and Gamblers; not on cast recording)

What's the Use? (lyric by Wilbur; perf. Madame Sofronia, Ferone, Prefect of Police, Prince Ivan, and chorus)

Venice Gavotte (lyric by Wilbur and Dorothy Parker; perf. Madame Sofronia, Candide, Dr. Pangloss, and Cunegonde)

Make Our Garden Grow (lyric by Wilbur; perf. Candide, Cunegonde, and company)

Dropped, but included as an appendix in the vocal score: Dear Boy (lyric by Wilbur; perf. Dr. Pangloss and sextet)

1974 Broadway version (based closely on the 1973 "Chelsea Version")
Life is Happiness Indeed - Life is Absolute Perfection (lyric by Stephen Sondheim; perf. Candide, Cunegonde, Maximillian, and Paquette)

The Best of All Possible Worlds (lyric by LaTouche [and Sondheim?]; perf. Dr. Pangloss, Candide, Cunegonde, Maximillian, and Paquette)

Oh, Happy We

It Must Be So

Oh, Happy We (reprise)

Glitter and Be Gay

Auto-da-fe (What a Day) (lyric by LaTouche, Wilbur, Bernstein, and Sondheim; perf. company)

This World (Candide)

You Were Dead, You Know

I Am Easily Assimilated

I Am Easily Assimilated (reprise; Candide, Cunegonde, and Old Lady)

My Love (Governor and Maximillian)

Alleluia

Sheep's Song (lyric by Sondheim; perf. Sheep, Lion, Paquette, and Candide)

Bon Voyage

The Best of All Possible Worlds (reprise; Old Lady, Candide, Paquette, and Sheep)

You Were Dead, You Know (reprise)

Make Our Garden Grow

Added/restored for the 1982 City Opera Version: Dear Boy, Candide's Lament (lyric by Sondheim), Quartet Finale (alternate lyric by Wilbur), Ballad of the New World (lyric by Wilbur), Quiet, What's the Use?

Final Revised Version, 1989 (Published 1994)
Act One

Westphalia Chorale (lyric by Bernstein and John Wells; perf. chorus)

Life is Happiness Indeed - Life is Absolute Perfection

The Best of All Possible Worlds

Universal Good (lyric by Bernstein and Wells; perf. chorus)

Oh, Happy We

It Must Be So

Westphalia Chorale

Candide's Lament (lyric by Wilbur)

Dear Boy

Auto-da-fe (lyric by LaTouche, Wilbur, and Bernstein)

It Must Be Me

Glitter and Be Gay

You Were Dead, You Know

I Am Easily Assimilated

Quartet Finale

Act Two

My Love

Quiet

Alleluia

The Ballad of Eldorado (lyric by Hellman)

Martin's Laughing Song (Words, Words, Words) (lyric by Wilbur and Bernstein; perf. Martin)

Bon Voyage

The Kings' Barcarolle (lyric by Wilbur; perf. chorus)

Money, Money, Money

We Are Women (lyric by Bernstein; perf. Cunegonde and Old Lady)

What's the Use?

Venice Gavotte

Nothing More Than This (lyric by Bernstein; perf. Candide)

Candide's Lament (reprise)

Universal Good (reprise)

Make Our Garden Grow