"Drunken Sailor" was composed by Nicolas Carr. It is a remix of "What Shall We Do with the Drunken Sailor?" by Okko Bekker and replaces the aforementioned track in newer episodes. It is mostly used as title card music, especially for episodes centered around Mr. Krabs or the Krusty Krab.
- 65a. "Selling Out" - Title card
- 70a. "Chimps Ahoy" - Title card
- 86b. "Bucket Sweet Bucket" - Title card
- 87a. "To Love a Patty" - Title card (Low-pitched)
- 88b. "SpongeBob vs. The Patty Gadget" - Title card
- 89a. "The Krusty Sponge" - Title card
- 102a. "Penny Foolish" - Title card; The ending
- 102b. "Nautical Novice" - Title card
- 109b. "The Krabby Kronicle" - Title card
- 110a. "The Slumber Party" - SpongeBob opens the root beer barrels. (High-pitched)
- 115a. "Grandpappy the Pirate" - Title card; The ending
- 133a. "The Curse of Bikini Bottom" - Makeover montage
- 150b. "The Wreck of the Mauna Loa" - Title card
- 156. "Frozen Face-Off" - Mr. Krabs runs off.
- 192b. "Pull Up a Barrel" - Title card; The ending
- 218b. "There's a Sponge in My Soup" - Title card
- 234b. "ChefBob" - Title card.
- 236b. "Surf N' Turf" - Title card.
- 252b. "Dirty Bubble Returns" - Pirate telling a story at The Buccaneer.
- 254-255. "SpongeBob's Big Birthday Blowout" - Patchy and Potty go to deliver the present to SpongeBob by walking; Potty fires Patchy from the cannon to the Bikini Atoll island. (Low-pitched)
- 257b. "Breakin'" - Krabs covers the employee break room.
- 263b. "Kwarantined Krab" - Title card; Ending. (Low-pitched)
- "Chimps Ahoy" and "Nautical Novice" are the only episodes where the track is used as the title card music that don't have to do with Mr. Krabs or the Krusty Krab.
- With 16 usages to date, this track is the fourth most commonly used music in title cards, behind "Cream Pie," "SpongeBob Theme II," and "Clownfish Capers."
- Since its introduction, season 10 is the only season where this track has not been used.
- This track was not used outside a title card until "Penny Foolish."
- Between "Frozen Face-Off" and "Pull Up a Barrel," this track took over four years to return.