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This article is a list of associated production music used in the series starting with the letter L.

List of associated production music contents

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La Tour Eiffel

La Tour Eiffel was composed by Nino Nardini.

Lambs in Clover

Lambs in Clover was composed by Jack Strachey.

The Land is Ours

The Land is Ours was composed by Gregor F. Narholz.

Land of the Bard

Land of the Bard was composed by Raymond Jones.

  • 91a. "Goo Goo Gas" - "Old people are our greatest natural resource."

Lap Steel

Lap Steel was composed by Nicolas Carr. It is a sound-alike to Hawaiian Link (a), except shorter, and usually plays during scene transitions and time cards.

The Last Judgement

The Last Judgement was composed by Peter Lea-Cox.

Late Night Jinx

Late Night Jinx was composed by Phillip Green.

Latinia

Latinia was composed by The Langhorns.

  • 16b. "The Paper" - SpongeBob SquarePants (character)

Latin Lesson

Latin Lesson was composed by Rolf Asberg.

  • 36b. "Krusty Love" - Title card; "SpongeBob, Mrs. Puff needs a new fur coat!"

Latin Lounge

Latin Lounge was composed by Richard Myhill.

Latin Nights

Latin Nights was composed by Sam Spence.

Laughter

Laughter (actually called The Big Laugh) was composed by Jurgen Schlachter. This was used also for John R. Dilworth's "The Dirdy Birdy".

Lavender's Blue (a)

Lavender's Blue (a) was composed by Brian Douglas Gulland and Richard A. Harvey.

Lazy Afternoon

Lazy Afternoon was composed by Jan Rap and Peter Smid.

Le Prophete

Le Prophete was composed by Giacomo Meyerbeer.

Left Foot Forward

Left Foot Forward was composed by Graham Preskett.

  • 91b. "Le Big Switch" - The Krusty Krab is a fancy restaurant.
  • 112a. "Porous Pockets" - "SpongeBob, I gotta tell you something that I think you should know...your house is full of strangers."

Legends of Hollywood (a)

Legends of Hollywood (a) was composed by Ron Goodwin.

The Legend Spreads

The Legend Spreads was composed by Steve London.

Legends of the Silver Screen

Legends of the Silver Screen was composed by Cedric King-Palmer

Legion of Honor

Legion of Honor was composed by Harry Bluestone.

Legion of Honor [#22]

Legion of Honor [#32]

  • 104b. "Gone" - Mr. Krabs explains "No SpongeBob Day".

Let's Dance Susanna

Let's Dance Susanna is an adaptation of Stephen Foster's song, "Oh, Susanna" by Roy Henley.

Library of Congress

Library of Congress was composed by Jack Shaindlin.

Licence to Thrill

Licence to Thrill was composed by Robert Cornford.

  • 59. "The Sponge Who Could Fly" - "Oh, no! The light in the Goo Lagoon lighthouse went out and Sailor Jenkins is headed for the coastline!"
  • 84a. "Spy Buddies" - SpongeBob and Patrick awaken on a blimp.
  • 90c. "The Krusty Plate" - "I'm afraid this will be the last we'll be meeting like this, my friend."

Life Drifts By (a)

Life Drifts By (a) was composed by Paddy Kingsland.

Life of Luxury

Life of Luxury was composed by Kurt Schink.

  • 26b. "Squidville" - Squidward first enters Tentacle Acres.

Life on the Wild Side

Life on the Wild Side was composed by Sam Spence.

Light Conversation Harpsichord

Light Conversation Harpsichord is composed by Ron Wasserman.

  • 117b. "Professor Squidward" - Squidward enters wearing a wig; SpongeBob interrupting Squidward; desks arranged in one row; "Where were... we?"
  • 136b. "Summer Job" - SpongeBob role playing.

Light Interlude 2

Light Interlude 2 was composed by Harry Bluestone.

  • 153b. "The Other Patty" - Mr. Krabs and Plankton read the Flabby Patty secret recipe.

Life or Death

Life or Death are composed by Jack Beaver.

Light and Easy

Light and Easy was composed by Harry Rabinowitz.

Like Strange

Like Strange was composed by Kenny Graham. This cue seems to be semi-associated with Plankton.

Limelight Waltz

Limelight Waltz was composed by Albert Marland.

The Lineman

The Lineman was composed by Sam Spence. It is often used as the theme song for the Mermaid Man & Barnacle Boy episodes.

Linked Romantic Movements

Linked Romantic Movements was composed by Sam Fonteyn.

Lion Heart

Lion Heart was composed by Larry Hochman.

Lipstick and Charm

Lipstick and Charm was composed by Wilfred Burns.

Lite Conversation

Lite Conversation was composed by Barry Anthony.

Little England

Little England was composed by Paddy Kingsland.

Little Night Box

Little Night Box was composed by Leo Nissim.

A Little Rhumba in the Night

A Little Rhumba in the Night was composed by Laurence Peter Cottle.

A Little Rhumba in the Night (a)

A Little Rhumba in the Night (b)

Lonely Heart's Club (a)

Lonely Heart's Club (a) was composed by David Bell and Otto Sieben. This usually plays when someone gets mad.

  • 33b. "Gary Takes a Bath" - SpongeBob scolds Gary.
  • 42a. "Club SpongeBob" - Patrick asks the Magic Conch if Squidward can have a sandwich.
  • 47b. "Can You Spare a Dime?" - "Hmmm... That's two things in this house that won't work!"
  • 49b. "Rock-a-Bye Bivalve" - Patrick comes home late from work.
  • 52a. "Chocolate with Nuts" - The bandaged fish asks SpongeBob and Patrick to sell more chocolate bars for him.
  • 53a. "New Student Starfish" - SpongeBob gets sent to the seat at the back of the classroom.
  • 57b. "The Camping Episode" - Squidward gets annoyed with SpongeBob and Patrick camping outside his house.
  • 59. "The Sponge Who Could Fly" - The citizens call SpongeBob names.
  • F1. "The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie" - SpongeBob and Patrick roll around in puddles of their own tears; "Did you hear that, Patrick?"
  • 61b. "Shell of a Man" - "It's true. I've molted."; Krabs kicks his shell.
  • 64b. "Good Neighbors" - "Gee Patrick, do you think Squidward was trying to tell us something?"
  • 68b. "SquidBob TentaclePants" - Squidward realizes Sandy won't be finished with the Molecular Separator Ray until the day after his recital.
  • 72b. "Wishing You Well" - Mr. Krabs learns about the concept of a wishing well.
  • 76a. "The Thing" - "Hi, stranger. I am SpongeBob."; "Wait a minute, maybe he's not a monster."
  • 78b. "Best Frenemies" - Mr. Krabs sees that even Pearl is drinking the Kelpshake; Plankton discovers that the Kelpshake restaurant is more competition to the Krusty Krab than the Chum Bucket.
  • 81. "Friend or Foe" - Mr Krabs and Plankton enter Stinky Burgers.
  • 100a. "Banned in Bikini Bottom" - "Mr. Krabs, you seem to know the rules of behaving like a civilized bottom feeder..."; "Look at this wild hooligan!"
  • 122b. "Single Cell Anniversary" - Plankton comes into the Chum Bucket and has a surprise for Karen.
  • 196b. "Married to Money" - Pearl enters Mr. Krabs' bedroom.

Lonely on the Beach

Lonely on the Beach was composed by Jan Rap. It is also known as "Hawaiian Blues".

Lonely Stranger

Lonely Stranger was composed by Laurie Johnson. It was originally composed for an episode of the British spy series The Avengers entitled "The Joker."

Lovely Twist

Lovely Twist was composed by Michel Gaucher.

  • 106b. "Sun Bleached" - The introduction of Craig Mammalton.

Lonely Violin

Lonely Violin was composed by Dick Stephen Walter. This usually plays when someone gets sad.

Long Distance Mission

Long Distance Mission was composed by Phil Green.

Long Distance Mission [#17]

  • 184a. "Jailbreak!" - SpongeBob tells Krabs about Plankton's jailbreak.

Long Distance Mission [#20]

  • 156. "Frozen Face-Off" - Plankton traps everyone in a giant fryer.
  • 165a. "House Sittin' for Sandy" - Flask rolls into robot warehouse; Flask rolls into warehouse again.
  • 184a. "Jailbreak!" - Prison guard passes out.
  • 205a. "Whirly Brains" - "ALIENS FROM MARS!! IT'S AN INVASION!!!! AAAHHH!!!!!!!"; Old timer captures SpongeBob and Patrick's brains.
  • 206a. "Unreal Estate" -

Long Way Home

Long Way Home was composed by Gregor F. Narholz.

  • 81. "Friend or Foe" - "What I have to say is very important. If you remember just one thing for the rest of your lives, remember that...*stutters*...without your kind patronage, I'd be a penniless loser like RagBoy."
  • 82a. "The Original Fry Cook" - "But you're the greatest fry cook in the world."

Look This Way (a)

Look This Way (a) was composed by Paul Louis Reeves.

Lost in the Galaxy

Lost in the Galaxy was composed by Harry Lubin. There are different versions.

Lost in the Galaxy [#34]

Lost in the Galaxy [#35]

  • 152b. "Perfect Chemistry" - SpongeBob appears on top of Squidward; "It worked!"
  • 163a. "Mermaid Man Begins" - A scientist does research on radioactive ants.
  • 169b. "Planet of the Jellyfish" - Jellyfish clones Gary; "So you don't like mayo... just like a jellien!"; SpongeBob thinks for a second.

Lost in the Galaxy [#36]

Lounging and Fine Dining

Lounging and Fine Dining was composed by Nicolas Carr and Barry Anthony.

Love Elegy

Love Elegy was composed by Mike Sunderland.

Love for Sale (a)

Love For Sale (a) was composed by Peter Fallowell.

Lovely Scenery

Lovely Scenery was composed by Mladen Franko. While the title may suggest otherwise, it contains a dramatic sting at the end for which the track is most often used.

Lovely Scenery (c)

Love Me Spencer

Love Me Spencer was composed by Eric Spencer.

  • 106b. "Sun Bleached" - Craig worships SpongeBob of his tanning bravery.

Lullaby

Lullaby was composed by David Farnon

Lullaby Box

Lullaby Box was composed by Leo Nissim.

Lumbering Giant

Lumbering Giant was composed by Paddy Kingsland. It plays near another track, "Furtive Footsteps".

Lurching Monster [#4]

Lurching Monster [#4] was composed by Harry Bluestone and Emil Cadkin.

  • 70a. "Chimps Ahoy" - Sandy shows SpongeBob and Patrick all of her broken inventions.

Lynda's Music Box

Lynda's Music Box was composed by Dennis Peter.

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