|List of associated production music contents|
Dachshund Walk was composed by John Fox and Mac Prindy.
- 118a. "Pet or Pests" - "Let's touch soft parts in a friendly manner."
- 122a. "Chum Bucket Supreme" - "What brilliant slogans have you come up with this week, Patrick?"
- 123-124. "Truth or Square" - Robin Williams leaves the men's bathroom.
- 137a. "One Coarse Meal" - Mr. Krabs gets scared of the mime.
- 139b. "The Cent of Money" - SpongeBob takes Gary for a walk.
- 152a. "Big Sister Sam" - SpongeBob wakes up.
- 186b. "Plankton's Pet" - Plankton tries to teach Spot to be a guard amoeba.
- 223b. "Bunny Hunt" - Sea bunny buries Squidward.
- 228a. "Fun-Sized Friends" - Tiny SpongeBob trying to open a jar of seanut butter.
Daisy Chain was composed by Harold Smart.
- 253b. "Biddy Sitting" - Babies crawling around the house.
Da Jodel-Rudel was composed by Werner Bruggemann.
- 123-124. "Truth or Square" - "I can finally use my "leader hat" and my lederhosen!"
Dämonen U. Urgewalten
Dämonen U. Urgewalten, also known as Elemental Power, was composed by Gerhard Trede.
- 15a. "Sleepy Time" - "I came here to hear beautiful music!"
Dance Floor was composed by Dave Arch, David Arnold, and Simon D. Chamberlain.
- 88c. "Slimy Dancing" - SpongeBob and Patrick audition.
Dance Macabre was composed by Keith Mansfield.
- 66. "Dunces and Dragons" - "The Dungeon Master has brought the prisoners you asked for."
- 77b. "Rule of Dumb" - Patrick takes Harold's Krabby Patty; Patrick takes the comic book fish's comic book collection; King Patrick moves Squidward's house; Tiny SpongeBob escapes Patrick's throne room.
Dance of the Fumblers
Dance of the Fumblers was composed by Sam Spence.
- 37a. "Procrastination" - Montage of SpongeBob writing his essay.
Dance of the Lights
Dance of the Lights was composed by Buddy Baker.
- 27b. "Life of Crime" - SpongeBob takes Patrick to the "First National Bank of SpongeBob."
- 92. "Atlantis SquarePantis" - The gang leaves Atlantis.
Dancing in Dreamland (a)
Dancing in Dreamland (a) was composed by Ron Goodwin.
- 104b. "Gone" - SpongeBob is at a movie theater.
- 117b. "Professor Squidward" - "Thank you, thank you."
- 138a. "The Play's the Thing" - Squidward is eager.
Dancing Silhouette was composed by Harry Breuer and Jean-Jacques Perrey.
- 248b. "Squid's on a Bus" - Squidward checking his mirror while he sees SpongeBob.
Dancing the Hula
- Dancing the Hula was composed by Kapono Beamer.
Danger was composed by Jack Shaindlin.
- 242b. "Gary & Spot" - All the animals locked up in cages.
Danger Force was composed by Norman Dane.
- 75a. "Squidtastic Voyage" - Submarine lands in Squidward's stomach; Squidward's esophagus; "This stupid hammer won't break anything."
- Danger HQ was composed by Norman Dane.
Danger Lurks [#34]
Danger Lurks [#34] was composed by Harry Bluestone and Emil Cadkin.
- 36a. "Graveyard Shift" - "The phone will ring and there will be nobody there."
Danger Man 2
Danger Man 2 was composed by Norman Dane.
- 146b. "Earworm" - "Let's just rip the little sucker out."
- Danger Sign was composed by Harry Bluestone and Emil Cadkin.
- Danger Zone was composed by Mike Sunderland.
- Dangerous was composed by Mladen Franko. There are different variations.
A Dangerous Affair [#30]
A Dangerous Affair [#30] was composed by Richard Myhill.
- 19b. "Neptune's Spatula" - "A fine jest, boy."; "It is even funnier a second time!"
Danse Comique was composed by Kenny Graham.
- 221a. "No Pictures Please" - Patrick shows the tourist the kissing stone; Patrick and tourist dehydrating while Patrick talks about Sandy's treedome.
- 243a. "The Nitwitting" - Patrick tells SpongeBob about his club; "Obviously not the sharpest tool in the... tool thing."
- 248b. "Squid's on a Bus" - Patrick starts inserting coins in the bus' coin deposit.
- 249b. "Insecurity Guards" - SpongeBob and Patrick see an extinct woolly mollusk in another room of the museum.
- 251a. "Shell Games" - Patrick wakes up under Tony's stomach while he walks; Ending.
- 253b. "Biddy Sitting" - SpongeBob and Patrick looking for the "baby" at Mary's house.
- 263a. "Who R Zoo?" - Patrick appears at the monkey enclosure and leaves the zoo with SpongeBob.
Dapper Don was composed by Frank Chacksfield.
- 23a. "Big Pink Loser" - Montage of Patrick trying to accomplish his goal of getting an award by working at the Krusty Krab.
- 49b. "Rock-a-Bye Bivalve" - Montage of SpongeBob, Patrick and the baby scallop living their "average" lives.
Daring Escape was composed by Kenneth Essex.
- 244a. "The Krusty Slammer" - Plankton leaves the Krusty Slammer.
Dark and Scary
Dark and Scary was composed by Harry Lubin.
- 141a. "The Curse of the Hex" - "Bring me the sacred gold doubloon from the throat of the giant golden eel!"
- 169b. "Planet of the Jellyfish" - Jellien Patrick cooking patties.
- 176a. "Super Evil Aquatic Villain Team Up is Go!" - Plankton explains his plan to Man Ray.
- 203b. "Salsa Imbecilicus" - Cloud absorbs idiot gas.
Darting Around was composed by Harry Bluestone.
- 109b. "The Krabby Kronicle" - SpongeBob types his first newspaper.
- 122b. "Single Cell Anniversary" - Karen cleans Plankton up; "Did I miss a spot?"
- 132b. "Kracked Krabs" - Dwight T. Wad in "Tying Up Loose Ends".
- 134. "SpongeBob's Last Stand" - SpongeBob and Patrick sell out advertisements.
- 167b. "Bubble Buddy Returns" - SpongeBob reads Bubble Buddy's letter.
- 182b. "Bumper to Bumper" - The opening.
Dashing White Sergeants
Dashing White Sergeants is a traditional sea shanty composed by Brian Douglas Gulland and Robert Alexander White.
- 12b. "Employee of the Month" - SpongeBob's pictures (dressed as sergeants) encourage him to defeat Squidward.
Dave Allen at Large
Dave Allen at Large was composed by Alan Hawkshaw.
- 117b. "Professor Squidward" - News reporter appears.
A Day by the Sea
A Day by the Sea was composed by Dick Stephen Walter. There are different variations.
A Day by the Sea [#19]
- 26a. "Grandma's Kisses" - Grandma SquarePants tells Patrick a story.
A Day by the Sea [#20]
- 22a. "Something Smells" - "Once, there was an ugly barnacle. He was so ugly, everyone died. The end."
Day of Reckoning
Day of Reckoning was composed by Andrew James Blaney.
- 133a. "The Curse of Bikini Bottom" - "You're having too much fun."; "I'll lift the curse from you."
- 162. "Ghoul Fools" - "Don't go anywhere, kiddies."
- 111. "SpongeBob SquarePants vs. The Big One" - Davy Jones throws socks at Dutchman; Closing credits.
Daytime Drama was composed by Geoff Bastow. There are different variations. This type of music often associates with the saddest moments in the series.
Daytime Drama 59/29
- 29b. "Dumped" - Title card; Gary Stays with Patrick; SpongeBob begs Gary to come back.
Daytime Drama [#12]
- 29b. "Dumped" - "I'm sorry, SpongeBob, but Gary's with me now."
Daytime Drama [#13]
- 29b. "Dumped" - Ending.
- Deadline was composed by Sam Spence.
Dead March was composed by Frederic Chopin and Alfred Kluten. There are different variations.
Dead March 1
- 223b. "Bunny Hunt" - "This is the last carrot."
- 227b. "Old Man Patrick" - Patrick makes a grave with the mattresses; SpongeBob pretends to die.
- 248b. "Squid's on a Bus" - Fish woman skeleton vanishes.
Dead March 2
- 1c. "Tea at the Treedome" - "I brought you some flowers."
Death and Destruction
- Death and Destruction was composed by Harry Bluestone and Emil Cadkin. There are different variations.
- Death Clock is a small series of cues composed by Dick de Benedictis. The cues were originally released on the Symphonic Adventures CD in 1997. There are different variations.
Death of the Alien
- Death of the Alien was composed by Harry Bluestone and Emil Cadkin. There are different variations.
To Death or Glory
To Death or Glory was composed by Laurie Johnson.
- 121a. "Sand Castles in the Sand" - SpongeBob destroys part of Patrick's castle.
- 211b. "Trident Trouble" - Kraken appears.
Death in the City
Death in the City was composed by Jack Beaver.
- 44a. "Nasty Patty" - "Stop right where you are!"
- 44b. "Idiot Box" - Squidward thinks he's in trouble for kicking the box.
- 92. "Atlantis SquarePantis" - The old lady talks to the officer about Mr. Krabs.
- 108a. "Patty Caper" - "No need. We heard it all through this barrel."
- 109b. "The Krabby Kronicle" - The health inspector shuts down the Chum Bucket.
- 129a. "Someone's in the Kitchen with Sandy" - "A nudist ferret!"
- 246a. "Plankton's Old Chum" - Health inspector appears.
Death Throws was composed by Harry Bluestone and Emil Cadkin.
- 137a. "One Coarse Meal" - Plankton's nightmare.
- 148b. "Whelk Attack" - "I guess this is it, Patrick."
- Death Trap was composed by Gregor Narholz.
Debutante Waltz was composed by Gerhard Groitzsch.
- 246b. "Stormy Weather" - Drizzle forming shapes for SpongeBob.
Deck the Halls
Deck the Halls was composed by Ib Glindemann.
- 28. "Christmas Who?" - SpongeBob tries to write Squidward's letter to Santa Claus for him.
Declamatory Chords was composed by Alan Braden.
- 123-124. "Truth or Square" - "It's this way!"
- 153a. "Accidents Will Happen" - Mr. Krabs screams in sound of being reported to the O.W.S.
Deep Cover was composed by Carlo Giacco.
- 108a. "Patty Caper" - Sandy burying Krabby Patties.
Deep Grief 1
Deep Grief 1 was composed and performed by Otto Sieben. The track was used in a 2017 Twix commercial.
- 11b. "Squidward the Unfriendly Ghost" - SpongeBob weeps in front of Patrick.
- 46b. "One Krabs Trash" - Mr. Krabs sees Squidward at the graveyard.
Deeply Moving Experience
Deeply Moving Experience was composed by Gerhard Trede.
- 105b. "Slide Whistle Stooges" - An angry mob chases Squidward.
- 132a. "Yours, Mine and Mine" - SpongeBob & Patrick argue over the toy.
- 221a. "No Pictures Please" - Krabs tells the police officer he wants the tourist's camera film.
- 230b. "Bottle Burglars" - SpongeBob confesses Mr. Krabs that the secret formula is on the Chum Bucket.
Definitive Sixties was composed by Georges Bodossian and Catherine Lambert.
- 246b. "Stormy Weather" - "I got him! Naughty nimbus, nobody messes with my flawless forecasts."
- 254-255. "SpongeBob's Big Birthday Blowout" - Party guests disturbing at the surprise party.
Desolate Lands was composed by Harry Lubin.
- 169b. "Planet of the Jellyfish" - SpongeBob goes by the cave; "I can't sleep."; "Greetings, fellow clone."
- 206b. "Code Yellow" - SpongeBob sweating.
Desperate Dilemma was composed by Dick Stephen Walter.
- 64a. "Skill Crane" - Squidward presses the "grab" button.
- 93a. "Picture Day" - SpongeBob hides behind a garbage can.
Desperate Situation was composed by Phil Green.
- 141a. "The Curse of the Hex" - "I'm sorry, ma'am... but we're closed"; "But what about the... the... the...?"; "But what about the curse?"
- 143. "The Great Patty Caper" - Line of suspects.
- 147b. "Shellback Shenanigans" - "I have never seen such a drastic case!"
- 148b. "Whelk Attack" - SpongeBob and Patrick inside the whelk's stomach.
- 153a. "Accidents Will Happen" - Squidward cries for help.
- 168b. "Fiasco!" - "Now you've gone too far!"
- 170a. "Free Samples" - "Wait! No!"
- 190a. "Lost in Bikini Bottom" - Several broken hydrants.
Destination Unknown was composed by Gregor Narholz.
- 238b. "Karen's Virus" - Plankton starts talking to SpongeBob via megaphone; Plankton tells SpongeBob to look for destruction.
- 248b. "Squid's on a Bus" - Bus lands in Crush Country.
Devilish Delight A
Devilish Delight A was composed by Daryl Neil Griffith.
- 234a. "Patnocchio" - "Patrick, this is your conscience speaking."
Dialogue Blues (a)
Dialogue Blues (a) was composed by Hans Ehrlinger.
- 47a. "As Seen on TV" - SpongeBob tells Mr. Krabs that he's quitting.
Dicey was composed by Kenny Graham.
- 224a. "Squid Noir" - Squidward interrogates Patrick.
- 266. "Escape from Beneath Glove World" - Hieronymus Glove robot's head gets taken to robot morgue room.
Dickhauter was composed by Gerhard Trede.
- 62a. "The Lost Mattress" - SpongeBob, Patrick, and Squidward go to Mr. Krabs' house.
Dignity was composed by Peter Yorke.
- 202b. "Snail Mail" - Wooden Plane takes off.
- 215a. "Feral Friends" - Sandy creates echolocation to summon Pearl and attack Squidward.
Dig it Baby
Dig it Baby was composed by Nino Nardini.
- 147b. "Shellback Shenanigans" - Plankton at the door/"Look I'll just cut to the chase."
- Dingle's Regatta was composed by Brian Peters.
Dinosaurs About was composed by John Fox and Mac Prindy.
- 215b. "Don't Wake Patrick" - Patrick sleepwalks into the kitchen.
- 225a. "Cuddle E. Hugs" - Customers eating aged patties and getting sick.
- 230a. "High Sea Diving" - Sea surface is full of trash.
- 260b. "Pat Hearts Squid" - Opening
Dirty Dick was composed by Ralph Dollimore.
- 230b. "Bottle Burglars" - Karen appears in sleep mode.
Dirty Work at the Crossroads
Dirty Work at the Crossroads was composed by Sam Fonteyn.
- 27b. "Life of Crime" - The television show that Mr. Krabs watches.
- 94a. "Blackened Sponge" - The heroine screams for help.
- 96. "Pest of the West" - "Why are we going so fast?"
Disaster Ahead was composed by Jack Beaver.
- 241a. "Squirrel Jelly" - Giant jellyfish gets angrier and grabs the gongs.
Disastrous Event 2
- Disastrous Event 2 was composed by Harry Lubin.
Discovery was composed by Benny Carter.
- 219a. "Man Ray Returns" - SpongeBob and Patrick watching for criminal activity.
- 230b. "Bottle Burglars" - Title card; Traps fall on Squidward while trying to approach to the safe.
Dismal Gloom was composed by Wilfred Burns.
- 246a. "Plankton's Old Chum" - "Isn't there anyone that knows the true meaning of Chum Day?!"
Disneyland was composed by Sam Fonteyn.
- 57a. "Krabby Land" - Title card; The ending.
- 120b. "Toy Store of Doom" - SpongeBob dances in a tutu; The Toy Barrel is opened for business the following day.
- 172b. "Glove World R.I.P." - Glove Universe is shown.
- 266. "Escape from Beneath Glove World" - SpongeBob and Patrick exit the baseball-themed ride and go back in there again.
Disneyland Cartoon was composed by Roger David.
- 266. "Escape from Beneath Glove World" - SpongeBob and Patrick's faces are stiff after getting off the baseball-themed ride.
Disruption was composed by Max Saunders.
- 248a. "The Krusty Bucket" - PlanKrab separates into two clones.
Dissonance was composed by Dick Stephen Walter.
- 24b. "Imitation Krabs" - "Day......OOOOOOOOOOOFF!?"
- 92. "Atlantis SquarePantis" - "It's not a joke, WE BURST THE BUBBLE!!!"
Disturbances was composed by Gerhard Trede.
- 179b. "Squirrel Record" - Most robots built and destroyed in a day.
- 231a. "My Leg!" - Toy train run over Fred's leg.
Disturbing Facts A
Disturbing Facts A was composed Gregor F. Narholz.
- 161a. "Mooncation" - "Oh my gosh!"
- 247a. "Swamp Mates" - Patrick burps, burning the alligators' hot sauce machine.
Dixieland Dance Hall
Dixieland Dance Hall was composed by Ronald Hanmer.
- 258b. "The Goofy Newbie" - Patrick sampling ice cream at Goofy Goober's.
Dixieland Strut is an Optigan sample.
- 157a. "Squidward's School for Grown-Ups" - SpongeBob dancing.
Doctor Phibes was composed by Roger Wootton.
- 13a. "Scaredy Pants" - "The Flying Dutchman is gonna show up uninvited."
Dolphin Dance was composed by William Bell.
- 254-255. "SpongeBob's Big Birthday Blowout" - Patchy's head inside SpongeBob's present, who finally meets SpongeBob.
Dombummel was composed by Gerhard Trede.
- 15a. "Sleepy Time" - Inside Patrick's dream.
- 33a. "Shanghaied" - SpongeBob and Patrick ice skate.
- 55b. "Mid-Life Crustacean" - At Bunny Buns.
- 64a. "Skill Crane" - Title card.
- 86a. "Roller Cowards" - "It sure was lucky that we found our tickets..." (High pitched)
- 139b. "The Cent of Money" - The music inside the arcade; SpongeBob enters the arcade.
- 208b. "Krusty Katering" - Opening.
Domestic Chores was composed by Joseph Engleman.
- 253b. "Biddy Sitting" - Mother hires SpongeBob and Patrick as her babies' babysitters.
- 262b. "The Hankering" - SpongeBob serves Krabs three different takes of chum to taste.
- Domestic Fun was composed by Ernest Tomlinson. There are different variations.
Dorothy was composed by Tony Tape.
- 14a. "SB-129" - Plays whenever the inside of the time machine is shown.
Do the Hitchhike
Do the Hitchhike was composed by Syd Dale.
Down by the Riverside
Down by the Riverside was composed by Jerry Burnham and Stephen Wade.
- 29a. "Survival of the Idiots" - Title card; The ending.
- 65a. "Selling Out" - Mr. Krabs catches his first glimpse of Krabby O'Mondays.
Down in the Dumps
Down in the Dumps was composed by Paddy Kingsland.
- 91b. "Le Big Switch" - "Oh, Mr. Le Schnook, I lost everything."; Mr. Krabs' desk gets taken away.
Dr. Death was composed by Trevor Bastow.
- 94a. "Blackened Sponge" - "...when a wanton cry of distress pounded against my eardrum!"; SpongeBob carries on telling the story on how he got his black eye.
Dracula 2020 (c)
Dracula 2020 (c) was composed by Gregor F. Narholz.
- 106b. "Sun Bleached" - Someone's eyes melt.
Dragon Flight A
Dragon Flight A was composed by Daryl Neil Griffith.
- 181a. "License to Milkshake" - Captain Frostymug jumps out of a plane.
- 189. "SpongeBob You're Fired" - SpongeBob jumps into the air.
Drainpipe Drag was composed by Ralph Dollimore.
- 224a. "Squid Noir" - Squidward, SpongeBob, and Patrick drive to Jellyfish Fields.
Drama Link was composed by Georges Van Parys.
- 210a. "Life Insurance" - SpongeBob and Patrick shaking the ladder.
- 217a. "Spot Returns" - "...like the Krabby Patty secret formula?"
- 222a. "Krabby Patty Creature Feature" - Ryan mutates into a giant patty.
- 224b. "Scavenger Pants" - Tornado approaches SpongeBob and Patrick.
- 231b. "Ink Lemonade" - Squidward screams and sprays more ink.
- 243b. "The Ballad of Filthy Muck " - "My schnozzola!"
- The Drama Links were composed by Hubert Clifford.
- Dramatic Bridges are composed by Phil Green.
- Dramatic Climax was composed by Mike Sunderland.
- The Dramatic Cues were composed by Ronald Hanmer. There are different variations.
- Dramatic Encounter was composed by Gregor F. Narholz.
Dramatic End [#49]
Dramatic End [#49] was composed by Harry Bluestone and Emil Cadkin.
- 134. "SpongeBob's Last Stand" - "I'll tell you what it means!"
- 144b. "Karate Star" - Camera pan of destroyed Bikini Bottom.
- 174b. "For Here or to Go" - "You'll pay for this, Krabs!"
- 181a. "License to Milkshake" - "NOOOOOOOOO!"
- Dramatic Episode was composed by Kurt Rehfeld. There are two versions.
- The Dramatic Impacts were composed by Ivor Slaney.
Dramatic Sea Battle
Dramatic Sea Battle was composed by Gerhard Trede.
- 102b. "Nautical Novice" - SpongeBob starts the boat.
- 105b. "Slide Whistle Stooges" - "What do you make of it, sarge?"
- 107a. "Giant Squidward" - The citizens panic.
- 111. "SpongeBob SquarePants vs. The Big One" - SpongeBob, Patrick and Squidward ride the big one.
- 115a. "Grandpappy the Pirate" - Shot of the film of a sea monster.
- 122b. "Single Cell Anniversary" - "I am so fired."
Dramatic Stabs was composed by John Fox.
- 6b. "Pickles" - "MR. KRABS, THE FRONT DOOR IS MISSING!!"
- 43b. "The Bully" - Flats gets into an accident.
- 228a. "Fun-Sized Friends" - SpongeBob and Patrick tied up and nailed to the floor.
Dramatisation was composed by Derrick Mason.
- 220. "The Legend of Boo-Kini Bottom" - Um... I guess so?"
The Dreadnought Tea Clipper (b)
- The Dreadnought Tea Clipper (b) is a traditional sea shanty performed by Robert Alexander White and Tim Laycock.
Dreaming Flowers was composed by Gustav Lange, Krassimira Ziegler and Gerhard Kanzian.
- 123-124. "Truth or Square" - Played during the 'wedding' of Sandy and SpongeBob.
- 196b. "Married to Money" - Played during the wedding of Cashina and Mr. Krabs.
Dream Date was composed by Emil Cadkin, Phillip Green and William Loose.
- 176b. "Chum Fricassee" - SpongeBob and Krabs in disguise.
- 179b. "Squirrel Record" - "I don't want to lose you, Sandy!"
- 185. "It Came from Goo Lagoon" - "I can't believe it!"
- 196b. "Married to Money" - Cashina introduces herself.
- 200. "Goodbye, Krabby Patty?" - "Oh, the flavor!"
Dream of Tomorrow
Dream of Tomorrow was composed by Trevor Duncan.
- 52a. "Chocolate with Nuts" - SpongeBob and Patrick read a magazine.
- 62a. "The Lost Mattress" - SpongeBob and Patrick go to a mattress store.
- 67a. "Enemy In-Law" - Plankton spots Betsy Krabs outside the Chum Bucket and immediately falls in love.
- 75b. "That's No Lady" - Patrick enters Krusty Krab.
- 253a. "Jolly Lodgers" - SpongeBob knocks at the door of Squidward's room.
Dream Sequence was composed by Dave Hewson.
- 13b. "I Was a Teenage Gary" - "I don't know, I feel kind of funny."
Dreaming of Paradise (b)
Dreaming of Paradise (b) was composed by Helene C.E. Muddiman.
- 15a. "Sleepy Time" - SpongeBob decides to go visit Sandy's dream.
Dreamy Hawaii was composed by Terry Day.
- 23a. "Big Pink Loser" - "It looks a little dusty around table 3. How about you sweep it out?"
- 25a. "Wormy" - The opening.
Dreamy Serenade was composed by Len Rawle.
- 25b. "Patty Hype" - Mr. Krabs is watching TV.
Dress Rehearsal [#4]
Dress Rehearsal [#4] was composed by Harry Bluestone and Emil Cadkin.
- 95a. "The Inmates of Summer" - SpongeBob and Patrick build a boat.
Drinks Party was composed by Marc Andre Dall'Anese.
- 119a. "Gullible Pants" - "Hey, buddy. Yeah, it's me."
- 151b. "Love That Squid" - "Hop in."
- 200. "Goodbye, Krabby Patty?" - Don Grouper introduced; Don Grouper needs someone to advertise the frozen Krabby Patties. (Low pitched)
Driving Home was composed by John Anthony.
- 245a. "Gary's Got Legs" - Montage of Gary using his arms to pamper SpongeBob.
Driving Jazz [#9.06]
Driving Jazz [#9.06] was composed by David Arnold and Paul Hart.
- 10a. "Culture Shock" - Squidward comes on stage.
Droopy was composed by Arthur Harold Wilkinson.
- 151b. "Love That Squid" - Squidward rings SpongeBob's doorbell.
- 161b. "Mr. Krabs Takes a Vacation" - SpongeBob and Pearl close their eyes.
- 164a. "Barnacle Face" - "I think I have an idea."
- 221a. "No Pictures Please" - "Balloons?"
- 227a. "Drive Happy" - "Mr. SquarePants, I can drive you to work."
- 230b. "Bottle Burglars" - Spot licking Squidward's leg.
- 233a. "Whale Watching" - "Don't worry, Mr. Krabs. You can count on me."
- 242b. "Gary & Spot" - Gary checks his watch and leaves.
Drop Me Off at 42nd St.
Drop Me Off at 42nd St. was composed by Paul Lenart and Bill Novick. There are different variations.
Drop Me Off at 42nd St. (a)
- 46b. "One Krabs Trash" - Soda drink hat.
Drop Me Off at 42nd St. (e)
- 46b. "One Krabs Trash" - Soda drink hat.
Drum Roll to Cymbal [#46]
Drum Roll to Cymbal [#46] was composed by Alan Bell, Roger Dexter, and Martyn David.
Drummers and Fifers
Drummers and Fifers was composed by Roger Roger.
- 69b. "Mrs. Puff, You're Fired" - "No one's ever failed my class... that's lived through it."
- 245a. "Gary's Got Legs" - Gary moving over a tank while SpongeBob is jogging.
The Drunken Sailor
The Drunken Sailor was composed by Brian Peters.
- 21b. "Squid's Day Off" - Plays backwards during Squidward's first daydream.
- 38a. "Sailor Mouth" - SpongeBob, Patrick, and Mr. Krabs all speak at the same time to Mama Krabs.
Drunken Sailor (B)
- Drunken Sailor (B) was composed by Robin Jeffrey and Tim Laycock.
Duel in the Dust
Duel in the Dust was composed by Sam Spence.
- 24b. "Imitation Krabs" - Robot Krabs turns into a toaster. (High-pitched)
Duel to the Death
Duel to the Death was composed by Ronald Hanmer.
- 248a. "The Krusty Bucket" - The Krusty Krab becomes The Krusty Bucket; Krabs and Plankton beat up PlanKrab.
Duncan Gray is a traditional Scottish piece performed by Robert Alexander White.
- 9b. "Opposite Day" - SpongeBob gets woken up.
- 100b. "Stanley S. SquarePants" - Sandy's relative speaking in a Scottish accent.
Duologue was composed by Derrick Mason.