The following is a complete discography for American singer and actress Doris Day. Day's entertainment career spanned through almost 50 years. She started her career as a big band singer in 1939, and gained popularity with her first hit recording, "Sentimental Journey" in 1945. In her solo career she recorded more than 650 recordings on the Columbia Records label from 1947 to 1967. She is one of the most popular and acclaimed singers of the 20th century.
Complete recorded performances of Doris Day are available by collecting the two above referenced collections: the four Bear Family collections: It's Magic, Secret Love, Que Sera, Sera and Move Over Darling, The Complete Doris Day with Les Brown, and Hidden Treasures.
This is a partial list of Doris Day's recorded songs. Note that if no album name is given, the song was only issued as a single; if an album name is given, the song was only released as an album, unless it is stated that the song was released both as a single and on an album. All recordings were released by Columbia Records in the United States, except for those tracks included on The Love Album, and two songs which never were released in the US until incorporated in a compact disc album called "The 1960s Singles" in 2002: "Let the Little Girl Limbo" and "Oo-Wee Baby." Doris Day's hits in the UK between 1955 and 1958 were released on Philips Records.