Here are some songs that featured in The Phil Silvers Show.
'Brown Suede Combat Boots' - Song written for 50s Rock 'n' Roll singer Elvin Pelvin. 
See episode: Rock 'n' Roll Rookie 

To the tune of 'Blue Suede Shoes'. 

The lyrics of which went like this:

'Now I gotta stand inspection,
Before they let me leave,
If I fail that old inspection,
Tear the stripes off my sleeve,

But don't you tread on my brown suede combat boots.

You gotta rock you gotta roll, bring it in.

Well I know I gotta drill,
I know I gotta fight,
Wake me up every morning by the dawn's early light,

But don't you tread on my brown suede combat boots.'

You gotta rock you gotta roll, bring it in.'

'Captain Swan' – Early warning jingle sung by the Communications Crew.
See episode: The Rest Cure

'This is Fort Baxter,
Hello C for Charlie,
Your orders are missing,
I’ll get Captain Swan,
I’ll get a station we want Captain Swan,
And I C for Charlie we’ll find him for you,
Attention all units, Attention all stations,
Please check C for Charlie if you see Captain Swan.'

'Doberman Calypso' - A tribute song sung at the Club Caribbean by The West Indian Boys
See episode: Mardi Gras

The lyrics of which went like this:

'In Jamaica where we come from, 
We hear of lovers one by one, 
Rubirosa and Ali Khan, 
But the greatest one is Doberman.

Doberman, Doberman, the greatest one is Doberman.

From Rome to Paris to Venezuela,
He was chased by Lollobrigida,
Princess Margaret don't want throne,
All she wants is Doberman.

Doberman, Doberman, all she wants is Doberman.

There'll be newsreel pictures and worldwide fame,
To the girl who captures the fascinatin' Duane,
Women weep and carry on,
Oh where oh where has Doberman gone?

Doberman, Doberman, oh where oh where has Doberman gone?'

'Hail to President Graziano' - An anthem sung at a dinner by the Motor Pool et al for a mythical American President.
See episode: The Mess Hall Mess

The lyrics of which went like this:

'Hail to President Graziano, 
First in Peace and War,
For his way of running the Whitehouse,
Born in a candy store,
Graziano, Graziano your memory we hail,
You will still be with us Rocky,
If it wasn’t for, Tony Zale.'

'I'll Walk Alone' - A very popular World War II record, used by Bilko to get The Stomach depressed.
Music by Julie Styne and lyrics by Sammy Cahn. 
See episode: The Eating Contest

The lyrics of which went like this:

'I'll walk alone, 
Because to tell you the truth, I'll be lonely;
I don't mind being lonely
When my heart tells me you are lonely too.
I'll walk alone,
They'll ask me why and I'll tell them I'd rather;
There are dreams I must gather
Dreams we fashioned the night you held me tight.
I'll always be near you wherever you are each night
In every prayer;
If you call, I'll hear you, no matter how far
Just close your eyes and I'll be there.
Please walk alone
And send your love and your kisses to guide me;
Till you're walking beside me
I'll walk alone.
I'll walk alone.'

'Moon over Fort Baxter' - A song performed on Madison Radio by The Three Stripes (Bilko, Barbella and Henshaw) 
See episode: Operation Love

The lyrics of which went like this:

'Moon over Fort Baxter,

Is a very good gift for amour,
And there's a magical change on the rifle range
And you in my arms I adore,

Sun over Fort Baxter,

Sparkle like vintage champagne,
And sweethearts will meet, then his comforting feet into a Lovers Lane,

I never knew an army post could bring us such enchantment,
But here we are bewitched and bewildered in Cupid's sweet encampment,

Moon over Fort Baxter,

Brought me sheer ecstasy,
Come back, come back my lovely WAC,
And cherish Shangri-La with me.'

'Platoon Tribute' – Sung by 1950s rock star Elvin Pelvin in a private moment.
See episode: Rock 'n' Roll Rookie 

To the tune of ‘Love me tender'. 

The lyrics of which went like this:

'Everyman must have a friend,
Now I have some to,
Third platoon of Company ‘B’,
Great guys through and through,
Zimmerman, Henshaw, Fender and the rest,
These good men are my friends,

But Bilko is the best.'

'Tex Doberman' – Ernie thinks he can make a TV pilot show better than CBS!
See episode: Bilko’s TV Pilot

The lyrics of which went like this:

'Made Billy the Kid turn tail and run,
Shot Johnny Ringo just for fun,
Who taught Wyatt Earp how to use a gun?

Doberman, Tex, Doberman.'

'The Last Round up' - Sung by the platoon during a mosquito test.
See episode: Bilko goes South

The lyrics of which went like this:

'Were heading for the last round up,
Gonna saddle old pain for the last time and ride,
So long old pal its time your tears are dry.
‘Were heading for the last round up,

Get along little doggie, get along little dog, get along little doggie, get along.'

'The Song of the Motor Pool' – Platoon actual entry try to win a singing contest.
See episode: The Song of the Motor Pool

The lyrics of which went like this:

'In the time of war no matter where you are you’ll find the Motor Pool.
In the thick of fight, keeping engines right, always staying ever cool.
Though the bombs are dropping, no trucks are stopping,
Because we are there to give them oil and fuel.
Through the smoke and glare we are always there.

It’s the song of the Motor Pool.'

'The Song of the Motor Pool' – An early classical version discarded by the platoon for entry into a singing contest.
See episode: The Song of the Motor Pool

To the tune of  'The Blue Danube'

The lyrics of which went like this:

'In war and in peace, the Motor Pool.
Who shoots the grease? The Motor Pool.
Who they admire? The Motor Pool.
When we fix a tyre? The Motor Pool.

The Motor Pool. The Motor Pool.'

'The Song of the Motor Pool' – An early rock ‘n’ roll version, discarded by the platoon for entry into a singing contest.
See episode: The Song of the Motor Pool

The lyrics of which went like this:

'I met my baby down at the Motor Pool.
I said, I met my baby down at the Motor Pool.
And what my baby taught me, you can’t teach at mechanic school.

You gotta rock, you gotta roll'

'What Every Spark Plug should know' – This is the training film song made by the Motor Pool for the Pentagon top brass.
See episode: Platoon in the Movies

The lyrics of which went like this:

'There’s still a spark left in the old plug tonight,
A spark that converts into flame.

Remember the fun we had under the hood,
When my threads were not worn,
And my coils were still good,

There’ll be a spark in the old plug tonight.'