"Hilo March" was composed by The Hawaiian Serenaders in 1970. The main instruments being played in the piece include steel guitars, a ukulele, bass, percussion instruments, and a xylophone. It is mainly used for titlecard or ending music.
- 3b. "Plankton!" - The ending
- 4a. "Naughty Nautical Neighbors" - "Wow, Patrick! You saved me!;" The ending
- 5a. "Pizza Delivery" - The ending
- 9a. "Nature Pants" - SpongeBob follows the jellyfish wherever they're going.
- 9b. "Opposite Day" - Title card
- 10b. "F.U.N." - SpongeBob takes Plankton to Jellyfish Fields.
- 11b. "Squidward the Unfriendly Ghost" - SpongeBob and Patrick play their game.
- 13a. "Scaredy Pants" - "Ooh, I'm the Flying Dutchman!;" "Roar, roar! I'm the Flying Dutchman!"
- 14a. "SB-129" - The ending
- 15b. "Suds" - SpongeBob calls Sandy to go to the doctor.
- 16b. "The Paper" - Title card; Squidward finally gets the paper from SpongeBob.
- 18b. "Walking Small" - "Steppin’ on the beach! Doo-doo-doo-doo!"
- 21a. "Your Shoe's Untied" - Title card
- 23a. "Big Pink Loser" - SpongeBob and Patrick happily walk home.
- 35a. "The Secret Box" - Title card
- 37b. "I'm with Stupid" - The ending
- 42a. "Club SpongeBob" - Title card; The ending
- 49b. "Rock-a-Bye Bivalve" - The ending
- 70b. "Ghost Host" - The ending
- 78a. "Born to Be Wild" - The ending (low pitched and normal pitched)
- . "Plankton's Plan" - The ending
- Out of its 25 usages, 15 are in season 1 episodes.
- This APM is also referred to as "Grass Skirts Blowing," but that is not the actual name of the track.
- This APM refers to Jan Rap as the composer, but she is not the composer of this song.