|List of associated production music contents|
Waddle Cop was composed by David Farnon. The instruments include the trombone and the euphonium.
- 56b. "I Had an Accident" - SpongeBob tells Sandy and Patrick that he is never leaving his house again.
- 63. "Have You Seen This Snail?" - Patrick eats the ten-day-old seahorse milk.
The Wah Wahs were composed by Richard Myhill.
Wah Wah (a)
- 89b. "Sing a Song of Patrick" - "What is that horrible smell?"
Wahini Wobble was composed by Nicolas Carr, Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield.
Waikiki Dance was composed by Lionel Wendling.
- 186a. "Safe Deposit Krabs" - Customers getting free interest.
Waikiki Queen was composed by Hans Haider.
- 32a. "Pressure" - The ending.
Wailing Strings was composed by Gerhard Trede.
- 130b. "Model Sponge" - "Now that I have no need of purchasing food for myself, I do not need a refrigerator."
Walking Bass was composed by Richard Myhill.
Waltz Elegantewas composed by Harry Bluestone and Emil Cadkin.
Waltz Elegante [#25]
- 75b. "That's No Lady" - "The lovely Patricia has returned to us."
Waltz Elegante [#27]
Waltzing Flutes was composed by Gerhard Narholz.
- 50b. "Krusty Krab Training Video" - Title Card.
Waltzing in Dreamland was composed by Alan Moorhouse.
- 63. "Have You Seen This Snail?" - The old lady (Mrs. Tuffsy) and Gary dance to the "boogie-woogie."
Waltz of the Flowers was composed by Pyotr Ilych Tchaikovsky.
- 127b. "I ♥ Dancing" - SpongeBob does ribbon-dancing.
War Agitato was composed by Jack Shaindlin.
- 6a. "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy" - Mermaid Man says "Evil"; "EVIL! Where is it?"
War Blowers is a song written by The Blue Hawaiians for SpongeBob SquarePants. This is the second half of the song, which is mistakenly known by some as "Leaf Blower".
- 1b. "Reef Blower" - Second half.
- 3a. "Jellyfishing" - Title card.
- 5a. "Pizza Delivery" - Squidward walks up to the customer's door.
- 7a. "Hall Monitor" - SpongeBob directing traffic.
- 8a. "Sandy's Rocket" - Montage of SpongeBob and Patrick capturing everyone.
- 15b. "Suds" - Montage of Patrick trying to cure SpongeBob.
- 16b. "The Paper" - SpongeBob pretends to be "SpongeBob JunglePants".
- 26b. "Squidville" - SpongeBob and Patrick play with Reef Blowers; "Tag, you're it!"
- 56b. "I Had an Accident" - Patrick acts like a gorilla.
War Clouds was composed by Gary Kettel.
- 12b. "Employee of the Month" - SpongeBob and Squidward shake hands. (Plays behind Timpani - Military (d), also by Kettel.)
War Lords was composed by Robert Cornford.
- 8a. "Sandy's Rocket" - SpongeBob thinks the scenery of Bikini Bottom is a trick.
- 90c. "The Krusty Plate" - Steel wool.
War Statements were composed by Laurie Johnson.
War Statement 3
- 109b. "The Krabby Kronicle" - The customers angry at Mr. Krabs.
- 111. "SpongeBob SquarePants vs. The Big One" - Patrick sees the straw hut.
- 150a. "Krusty Dogs" - "We've got to get rid of these weiners and bring back the Krabby Patty."
War Statement 10
- 150a. "Krusty Dogs" - "We've got to get rid of these weiners and bring back the Krabby Patty."
Wargames was composed by Keith Mansfield.
- 123-124. "Truth or Square" - "It's a perfect opportunity for Plankton to try and steal the formula."
Wargames Links were composed by Keith Mansfield.
Wargames Link (d)
- 19b. "Neptune's Spatula" - Neptune explains to SpongeBob that the loser has to give up fry cooking "for good".
Wargames Linking Sections
The Wargames Linking Sections were composed by Keith Mansfield.
Wargames Linking Section (b)
- 118b. "Komputer Overload" - "Okay, team, listen up."
Wargames Linking Section (d)
- 108b. "Plankton's Regular" - "Oh, no! How can this be?"
Wargames Linking Section (f)
- 107b. "No Nose Knows" - "Not now, boy!"
- 108b. "Plankton's Regular" - "Good thing I sprang for the dual spoon installation."
- 118b. "Komputer Overload" - "Krabs, I want to see you."
- 121a. "Sand Castles in the Sand" - SpongeBob builds a wall; Patrick builds an army.
- 122a. "Chum Bucket Supreme" - "We have a situation, boy!"
- 130a. "Greasy Buffoons" - "Get those seven orders out to Table 3 pronto!"
- 135a. "Back to the Past" - "Patrick, don't eat the tartar sauce!"
- 150a. "Krusty Dogs" - "Beautiful."
Wargames Linking Section (g)
- 19b. "Neptune's Spatula" - Neptune gives SpongeBob a challenge.
- 33a. "Shanghaied" - SpongeBob must find the first victim.
- 66. "Dunces and Dragons" - A shot of SpongeBob at the guillotine.
- 108b. "Plankton's Regular" - "What do you think, Krabs baby?"
- 123-124. "Truth or Square" - "Study this map. Stay extra vigilant. Don't fall alseep on the job...that means you, Squidward."
- 130a. "Greasy Buffoons" - Plankton introduces Crispity Crunchities to Karen.
- 134. "SpongeBob's Last Stand" - "Plan approved by Sheldon Plankton Enterprises."
Wargames Linking Section (h)
War of Nerves
War of Nerves was composed by John Scott.
- 24b. "Imitation Krabs" - SpongeBob reveals the disastrous consequence, TARTAR SAUCE!!!
Watch Out! was composed by Dick Stephen Walter. The instruments in this song include the flute and the tuba.
- 2a. "Bubblestand" - "Don't give me any of that!"
- 132b. "Kracked Krabs" - SpongeBob nervously makes a speech about how generous Mr. Krabs is.
- 146a. "The Abrasive Side" - "Who he is just stinks!"
- 152b. "Perfect Chemistry" - "So it was you that befouled me office earlier, was it?"
- 158a. "Sweet and Sour Squid" - "Plankton, what are you doing?"
- 202a. "Food Con Castaways" - Patrick tries to eat the patty.
The Way West
The Way West was composed by Jack Dorsey.
- 42b. "My Pretty Seahorse" - Plays when SpongeBob first sees Mystery.
Wedding March was composed by Felix Mendelson-Bartholdy. There are several duets of this cue.
- 100b. "Stanley S. SquarePants" - Stanley and Harold wear bride and groom outfits.
- 123-124. "Truth or Square" - SpongeBob and Sandy's wedding; SpongeBob and Sandy "kiss".
Wedding Procession is an organ arrangement of Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy's "Wedding March" by Leslie Pearson.
- 6a. "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy" - "Did you reunite our heroes?" / "No, but I'm married."
Wien Bleibt Wien
Wien Bleibt Wien was composed by Andrew Pilmer.
- 128b. "Stuck in the Wringer" - SpongeBob gets a black eye.
Weird Bridge was composed by Roger Roger.
- 74b. "Wigstruck" - The wig floats through the air.
- 75a. "Squidtastic Voyage" - "Where are we, Patrick?"
- 92. "Atlantis SquarePantis" - The tour of Atlantis continues with SpongeBob, Patrick, and Squidward.
- 97a. "20,000 Patties Under the Sea" - Patrick and SpongeBob climb aboard the unearthed submarine.
- 99b. "SpongeHenge" - The food flies towards SpongeBob's house.
Welcome to Glove World
Welcome to Glove World was composed by Barry Anthony.
- 149b. "Tunnel of Glove" - The beginning; Patrick goes to the Power Plant; The ending.
- 150a. "Krusty Dogs" - The Krusty Dogs machine is revealed.
- 150b. "The Wreck of the Mauna Loa" - "No wonder we were so amused."; "Brace yourselves, fellers. Your hideaway is about to become the worst-kept secret in the sea."; SpongeBob and Patrick ride on the ship.
- 161b. "Mr. Krabs Takes a Vacation" - Planet Rollercoaster is revealed.
- 172b. "Glove World R.I.P." - New and improved hall of mirrors; Patrick in mascot costume.
- 192a. "Company Picnic" - Krabs plays carnival games.
We're Saved was composed by Nicolas Carr. It was played twice in Pizza Delivery. It is the episode's title card and is sung by SpongeBob after Squidward says "Will you cut that out!"
- 5a. "Pizza Delivery" - Title Card; The "We're saved" song SpongeBob sings.
We Shall Return! 2
We Shall Return! 2 was composed by Udi Harpaz.
- 97b. "The Battle of Bikini Bottom" - Patrick describes the history of Bikini Bottom.
Western Panorama was composed by Len Beadle.
- 16a. "Valentine's Day" - Sandy arrives at the carnival with Patrick's valentine.
West Point was composed by Larry Hochman.
- 94a. "Blackened Sponge" - "He ran all the way home, leaving behind a pool of tears."
- 181a. "License to Milkshake" - Captain Frostymug gives everyone their milkshake licenses.
West Side Rumble was composed by Sam Spence. This also plays in The Amazing World Of Gumball (A show on Cartoon Network that also uses the APM Library).
- 24b. "Imitation Krabs" - "Code 12!"
- 63. "Have You Seen This Snail?" - Gary scrambles away.
- 76a. "The Thing" - SpongeBob and Patrick run from the SWAT team with Smellie.
- 90a. "A Flea in Her Dome" - Sandy saves SpongeBob and Patrick from the fleas.
- 98. "What Ever Happened to SpongeBob?" - "Bikini Bottom is in a state of total chaos tonight."
- 100a. "Banned in Bikini Bottom" - The cops bust down SpongeBob's door.
- 107a. "Giant Squidward" - SpongeBob grows Mr Krabs' penny.
- 108a. "Patty Caper" - Mr. Krabs closes down the windows.
What Shall We Do with the Drunken Sailor
What Shall We Do With the Drunken Sailor was a traditional folk song composed by Okko Bekker. This track seems to be semi-associated with Mr. Krabs.
- 8b. "Squeaky Boots" - Title card; Mr. Krabs offers SpongeBob the boots.
- 17a. "Arrgh!" - "PLASTIC!"
- 20a. "Hooky" - "All right, SpongeBob LazyPants! I'll find you. This nose can smell laziness for up to 10,000 leagues! Aha! I'll give you a break you'll not soon forget!"
- 22b. "Bossy Boots" - Mr. Krabs shows SpongeBob the accessories in his office and how much they cost.
- 48a. "No Weenies Allowed" - A fight breaks out in line for the Salty Spittoon.
- 53b. "Clams" - Mr. Krabs admires his millionth dollar and tells SpongeBob and Squidward that they are going on a fishing trip.
- 61b. "Shell of a Man" - The trophy gets awarded to Mr. Krabs.
- 98. "What Ever Happened to SpongeBob?" - "The Krusty Krab is closed until further notice."
- 99a. "The Two Faces of Squidward" - All of Squidward's fans leave the Krusty Krab.
- 107b. "No Nose Knows" - "What?! Why I gotta good mind to--!"
- 203a. "Pineapple Invasion" - Krabs squishes Plankton.
The Wheels of Industry was composed by Robert Sharples.
- 50b. "Krusty Krab Training Video" - "As we can see by this graph..."
- 69a. "Krusty Towers" - Squidward and SpongeBob see the Krusty Towers for the first time.
- 84b. "Boat Smarts" - The "buckling up" segment.
Wheels Within Wheels
Wheels Within Wheels was composed by Ronald Hanmer
- 118b. "Komputer Overload" - "That, my dear, is a T-119A Compumatic."
Where Danger Lurks was composed by Ronald Hanmer.
- 45a. "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy IV" - SpongeBob shrinks everybody in town.
- 93c. "BlackJack" - SpongeBob arrives at his parent's house.
Where Dreams Come True (a) was composed by Jim Rattigan. The cover version was composed by Ron Goodwin.
- 9a. "Nature Pants" - The Beginning
Whimsical Walk was composed by Phillip Green.
- 129a. "Someone's in the Kitchen with Sandy" - People laugh at Sandy.
- 132b. "Kracked Krabs" - Exterior shot of the hotel.
Whisper from the Past was composed by Gregor F. Narholz. On the show, it often follows another Narholz composition, "Fates."
- 10a. "Culture Shock" - "So this is what it feels like. *sniff* The big time. With this mop, I shape my destiny!"
- 10b. "F.U.N." - Plankton confesses.
- 15b. "Suds" - "You gotta help me get better, Patrick."
- 16b. "The Paper" - "Squidward's shirt. I've always loved that shirt!"
- 19b. "Neptune's Spatula" - Patrick encourages SpongeBob to go forward with the challenge.
- 30a. "No Free Rides" - SpongeBob says to Mrs Puff that he must try hard next time.
- 31a. "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy III" - SpongeBob and Patrick see the weapon wall.
- 35b. "Band Geeks" - "Evelyn, when your little Jimmy was trapped in a fire, who rescued him?"
- 43b. "The Bully" - SpongeBob makes a speech.
- 63. "Have You Seen This Snail?" - "Dear Neptune, what have I done?"; Gary reads SpongeBob's fliers.
- 72a. "All That Glitters" - "I had a spatula once. A real spatula."
- 79a. "The Pink Purloiner" - SpongeBob gives Patrick his Ol' Reliable.
- 80b. "The Gift of Gum" - SpongeBob cries.
- 95a. "The Inmates of Summer" - SpongeBob and Patrick hug each other for a long time.
- 106a. "A Life in a Day" - SpongeBob takes off his skateboard.
- 115b. "Cephalopod Lodge" - SpongeBob promises that he'll get Squidward back in the lodge.
Why Am I So Poor? (b)
Why Am I So Poor? (b) was composed by Laszlo Borteri.
- 131b. "A Pal for Gary" - SpongeBob gets Puffy Fluffy.
- 141a. "The Curse of the Hex" - "Give me one good reason why I should lift the curse."; "We have the gold doubloon you asked for."
The Wicked Witch
The Wicked Witch was composed by John Fox and Otto Sieben.
- 66. "Dunces and Dragons" - The prisoners are released from jail; The travelers prepare for their plan.
Wild Eyes was composed by Ronald Hanmer.
- 83c. "Fungus Among Us" - Squidward finds out he has the ick.
- 92. "Atlantis SquarePantis" - Patrick pushes the glass ball back.
- 101a. "House Fancy" - Squidward sees the faded spot on the wall.
- 103b. "Suction Cup Symphony" - A storm clears from Squidward's brain.
- 111. "SpongeBob SquarePants vs. The Big One" - "Mayday!"
Wild Panic was composed by Gregor F. Narholz.
- 1c. "Tea at the Treedome" - "Your shell is mine!"
- 59. "The Sponge Who Could Fly" - SpongeBob is seen dressed in a bat costume.
- 75a. "Squidtastic Voyage" - "Whirlpool spin!"
- 107b. "No Nose Knows" - Scented candles.
- 111. "SpongeBob SquarePants vs. The Big One" - JKL rescues Mr. Krabs.
The Wild West (a)
The Wild West (a) was composed by Ron Goodwin.
- 96. "Pest of the West" - "Hi, guys! I'm back in the nick of time!"
- . "Spurskate" - Plays throughout.
Will He, Won't He?
Will He, Won't He? was composed by David Lindup.
- 125a. "Pineapple Fever" - "It's a game called Boundaries."
- 132b. "Kracked Krabs" - SpongeBob finishes his speech.
William Tell Overture
The William Tell Overture was composed by Gioachino Rossini. The finale is best known as the theme song for "The Lone Ranger".
- 38b. "Artist Unknown" - SpongeBob sings "To the Dump" to this tune.
- 55a. "The Great Snail Race" - SpongeBob plays the Bugle.
- 87b. "Breath of Fresh Squidward" - (Morning section) The sun rises.
- 101b. "Krabby Road" - Patrick plays with his belly.
- 142a. "Trenchbillies" - The main title.
- 177a. "The Good Krabby Name" - Two farmer fish are seen driving a truck.
- 182a. "Little Yellow Book" - SpongeBob clucks like a chicken.
Willy Nilly was composed by Cyril Watters.
- 81. "Friend or Foe" - The backstory of Mr. Krabs & Plankton in grade school.
Winds of War
Winds of War was composed by Harry Bluestone and Emil Cadkin.
- 177b. "Move It or Lose It" - "So, who's getting bulldozed today?"
- 183a. "Eek, an Urchin!" - SpongeBob and Squidward hop onto the grill.
- 184a. "Jailbreak!" - "Follow me to the Krusty Krab."
- 194b. "The Sewers of Bikini Bottom" - "The halftime wave, man!"
Wishful Thinking was composed by Richard Myhill.
- 4a. "Naughty Nautical Neighbors" - Solitude in E Minor. (Only two notes play because Patrick falls asleep.)
With Tongue in Cheek
With Tongue in Cheek was composed by Trevor Duncan.
- 38b. "Artist Unknown" - SpongeBob and Squidward make marble sculptures.
Witty Fellow was composed by Gerhard Trede.
- 30b. "I'm Your Biggest Fanatic" - Kevin's press conference; Kevin and the Jellyspotters are revealed in the fake queen jellyfish; Kevin's scalp gets ripped off.
- 36b. "Krusty Love" - Mr. Krabs tries to ask Mrs. Puff to go on a date.
- 48a. "No Weenies Allowed" - The "Drifter" asks for entry into the Salty Spitoon.
- 58a. "Missing Identity" - "Come on, I'll give you a boost."
- 60b. "Pranks a Lot" - Frank appears.
- 62b. "Krabs vs. Plankton" - The lawyer appears.
- 65a. "Selling Out" - "Sincere service... with a smile!"; Carl says that the customers are enjoying their food.
- 67b. "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy VI: The Motion Picture" - After the episode of MM&BB ends.
- 79b. "Squid Wood" - Milo J. Finkerfish introduces himself; "Yeah, right, kid."
- 94a. "Blackened Sponge" - "I had miscalculated the trajectory of my cup and the straw jabbed me in the eye."
- 110b. "Grooming Gary" - (Exotic Version) After Gary's mane is shown.
- 117b. "Professor Squidward" - Squidward gets mistaken for Squilliam.
- 132b. "Kracked Krabs" - "You still know the cheapskate handshake?"
Woe is Me!
Woe is Me! was composed by Richard Myhill. It was first used in a 1998 Nickelodeon bumper where a vampire wants a date.
- 13b. "I Was a Teenage Gary" - "Squidward, something is wrong with Gary! Squidward!"
- 20a. "Hooky" - "Boys! I wasn't quick enough."
- 48b. "Squilliam Returns" - (x1.8 speed) Krabs playing violin; Krabs playing violin; The ending.
- 63. "Have You Seen This Snail?" - SpongeBob reads Gary's letter.
- 69a. "Krusty Towers" - Mr. Krabs mocks Squidward.
- 80a. "Best Day Ever" - Squidward cries about his reed.
- 81. "Friend or Foe" - Plankton & Mr. Krabs reconcile.
- 86b. "Bucket Sweet Bucket" - Plankton tells SpongeBob and Patrick his sob story.
- 114b. "Ditchin'" - "That's a shame what happened to Dale. We were classmates back in boating school. He used to be a good student, until he started cutting class."
- 123-124. "Truth or Square" - "Poor little guy's starvin'."
- 128b. "Stuck in the Wringer" - "A sad, sad, sad, sad, sad little bike rack."
- 140b. "Welcome to the Bikini Bottom Triangle" - "Oh, me sweet little girl, all alone..."
Wonderland of Snow
Wonderland of Snow was composed by Terry Day.
- 46a. "Snowball Effect" - Title card.
Wondrous Pastures was composed by John Fox.
- 9a. "Nature Pants" - SpongeBob finds out that he is home at Jellyfish Fields.
- 24b. "Imitation Krabs" - The beginning.
Wooden Bear was composed by Gil Flat, Tony Tape and Florian Voelxen. This cue seems to be semi-associated with Plankton and Patrick.
Workaday World was composed by Jack Beaver.
- 109b. "The Krabby Kronicle" - Mr. Krabs prints counterfeit money.
- 130b. "Model Sponge" - Plays during the "New Sponge" commercial.
Worker's Symphony was composed by Hans May.
- 61a. "Fear of a Krabby Patty" - Montage of Mr. Krabs' announcing the number day it is while SpongeBob continues to fry patties.
- 81. "Friend or Foe" - Mr. Krabs explains the process (followed by a montage) of making their burger.
- 95a. "The Inmates of Summer" - SpongeBob types on a typewriter.
Workers Playtime was composed by Harry Bluestone.
- 109b. "The Krabby Kronicle" - Patrick watches a pole.
- 118b. "Komputer Overload" - "Have you ever witnessed such marvelous machinery?"
Working Machines was composed by Gerhard Trede
- 167b. "Bubble Buddy Returns" - Stock footage of steel foundry.
- 198b. "CopyBob DittoPants" - Army of copies.
World in Action
World in Action is a much-used piece of incidental music from the 1968-1973 Southern TV children's adventure programme, Freewheelers. It was composed by Laurie Johnson.
- 20b. "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy II" - SpongeBob presses the origami button.
- 84a. "Spy Buddies" - Mr. Krabs uses a cannon to shoot customers at Plankton's blimp.
World of Fantasy
World of Fantasy was composed by Gregor F. Narholz.
- 120b. "Toy Store of Doom" - Plays when the inside of the toy store is first shown.
- 126. "The Clash of Triton" - Triton gets in his boat.
- 184b. "Evil Spatula" - Plankton gives the spatula to SpongeBob.
World of Sport
World of Sport was composed by Don Harper.
- 47b. "Can You Spare a Dime?" - "I could be a football player, or a king, or a spaceman!"