- "Over the Rainbow" (1939)
- "Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?" with composer Jay Gorney (1932)
- Last Night When We Were Young ：ハロルド・アーレン作曲 (1935)
- "Cabin in the Sky"：ハロルド・アーレン作曲(1943)
- "The Eagle and Me" ：ハロルド・アーレン作曲(1944)
- "April in Paris"
- "It's Only a Paper Moon"
- "Lydia the Tattooed Lady"
- "How Are Things in Glocca Morra?"
- "Old Devil Moon"
- "Then I'll Be Tired of You"
- "When the Idle Poor Become the Idle Rich"
- "Down with Love"
- "Free and Equal Blues" performed by Josh White
- Earl Carroll's Sketchbook of 1929 (1929) - co-composer and co-lyricist with Jay Gorney
- Garrick Gaieties (1930) - contributing lyricist
- Earl Carroll's Vanities of 1930 (1930) - contributing songwriter
- The Vanderbilt Revue (1930) - contributing lyricist
- Ziegfeld Follies of 1931 (1931) - featured lyricist for "Mailu"
- Shoot the Works (1931) - contributing composer and lyricist
- Ballyhoo of 1932 (1932) - lyricist
- Americana (1932) - lyricist. The Revue include "Brother Can You Spare a Dime?"
- Walk A Little Faster (1932) - lyricist
- Ziegfeld Follies of 1934 (1934) - primary lyricist (for about half of the numbers)
- Life Begins at 8:40 (1934) - co-lyricist with Ira Gershwin
- The Show is On (1936) - featured lyricist
- Blue Holiday (1945) - all-Black cast - contributing composer and lyricist
- At Home With Ethel Waters (1953) - featured lyricist for "Happiness is Jes' a Thing Called Joe"
- A Day in Hollywood / A Night in the Ukraine (1980) - featured lyricist for "Over the Rainbow"
- Jerome Kern Goes to Hollywood (1986) - featured lyricist to music by Jerome Kern
- Mostly Sondheim (2002) - featured lyricist
- Hooray for What! (1937) - lyricist and originator
- Hold On to Your Hats (1940) - lyricist
- Bloomer Girl (1944) - lyricist, originator and director for musical numbers
- Finian's Rainbow (1947) - lyricist, originator and co-bookwriter
- Revived in 1955, 1960, 2009
- Flahooley (1951) - lyricist, originator and co-bookwriter
- Jamaica (1957) - lyricist, originator and co-bookwriter - Tony Nomination for Best Musical
- The Happiest Girl in the World (1961) - originator and lyricist to music by Jacques Offenbach and originator of the story, based on Lysistrata by Aristophanes
- Darling of the Day (1968) - lyricist
- Moonlight and Pretzels - 1933
- The Singing Kid - 1936
- Golddiggers of 1937 - 1936
- The Wizard of Oz - 1939
- At the Circus - 1939
- Babes on Broadway - 1941
- Ship Ahoy - 1942
- Cabin in the Sky - 1943 Harburg's song "Aint It The Truth" expressing religious skepticism was removed
- Can't Help Singing - 1944
- Gay Purr-ee - 1962
- Finian's Rainbow - 1968
- Rhymes for the Irreverent (1965)
- At This Point in Rhyme (1976)
- Over the Rainbow (2000)
- Meyerson, Harold and Ernie Harburg. Who Put the Rainbow in the Wizard of Oz: Yip Harburg, Lyricist, University of Michigan Press, (1993). ISBN 0-472-10482-9
- Alonso, Harriet. "Yip Harburg: Legendary Lyricist and Human Rights Activist," Wesleyan University Press (2012). ISBN 978-08195-7128-1
- Yip Harburg - インターネット・ムービー・データベース（英語）
- Yip Harburg - インターネット・ブロードウェイ・データベース（英語）
- Yip Harburg - Find a Grave
- The Yip Harburg Foundation website
- Biography of Harburg from USPS
- "A Tribute to Yip Harburg: The Man Who Put the Rainbow in The Wizard of Oz", a Democracy Now! special, including audio/video clips of Yip Harburg, and an extended interview with his son and biographer, Ernie Harburg (video, audio, and print transcript)
- エドガー・イップ・ハーバーグ - ソングライターの殿堂（英語）
- E. Y. Harburg papers (first installment) and E. Y. Harburg papers (second installment) held by the Billy Rose Theatre Division, New York Public Library for the Performing Arts
- E. Y. Harburg scores (his personal collection), held in the Music Division of the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts
- Yip Harburg - オールミュージック
- Celebrated Lyricist Yip Harburg's Rhymes For The Irreverent Released February 2, 2006 article on The Freedom From Religion Foundation's website
- April 29, 2006 - Somewhere Over the Rainbow . . . Rhymes for the Irreverent Freedom From Religion Foundation's Podcast
- Over The Rainbow With Yip Harburg - BBC Programmes (BBC Radio 4 programme)
- The Man Who Put the Rainbow in The Wizard of Oz by Amy Goodman
- 1920 passport photo of Yip Harburg(courtesy of the puzzlemaster, flickr.com)
- Yip Harburg - Over The Rainbow - YouTube
- Yip Harburg - Brother, Can You Spare A Dime? - YouTube