The Lord's been good to me

I was wondering if anyone knew where I might be able to find "The Lord's been good to me" from Johnny Appleseed. It was a disney short from 1948 I belive. The songs written by Kim Gannon and Walter Kent and they are, "The Apple Song" and "The Pioneer song" along with "The Lord's been good to me." I don't know if there are any of those out there but I did find a clip of Johnny Appleseed at Any help would be greatly appreciated.
"The Lord is Good to Me" was featured on the album "The Music of Disney: A Legacy in Song" from 1992 (track 16). You can likely find this album on Ebay, or let me know and we can probably arrange something.
Tim Hollis and I posted answer this some time ago for a similar question:

Though the actual JOHNNY APPLESEED soundtrack was never released on vinyl records or 78's, there are actually three JOHNNY APPLESEED recordings by Dennis Day:

1. RCA VERSION. In the 1940's, Dennis Day made a multi-disc 78 RPM record set based on the sequence in the film MELODY TIME. It was later reissued on 45 RPM and LP records on the RCA Bluebird and RCA Camden labels. This richly-orchestrated recording is the most lavish ever produced.

2. CRICKET VERSION. This is a low budget children's version made by Pickwick in the late 50's/early 60's. It has no connection with the Disney version and contains completely different songs.

3. DISNEYLAND VERSION. Day recorded this for Disney in the early 60's with a small orchestra and chorus. It appeared as a single "DQ" LP and as a Storyteller "ST" album with an illustrated book. The three songs, "The Lord is Good To Me," "Pioneer Song" and "Apple Song," were released on side two of a 7" 33 RPM read-along read by Robie Lester. And for some weird reason, the only stereo versions of those same songs popped up on another Storyteller LP called STORIES FROM THE MOUSE FACTORY.

You may also be interested to know that Disney Stores produced a collectible "The Lord is Good to Me" pin when they saluted Disney songs a few years ago.