|List of associated production music contents|
- 1 Waddle Cop
- 2 Wah Wah (a)
- 3 Waikiki Dance
- 4 Waikiki Queen
- 5 Wailing Strings
- 6 Wailing Theremin 2
- 7 Wait for It
- 8 Waiting for Santa Claus B
- 9 The Waiting Game
- 10 Walking Bass
- 11 Walking on the Beach A
- 12 Walk in a Nightmare
- 13 Waltz Elegante
- 14 Waltzing Flutes
- 15 Waltzing in Dreamland
- 16 Waltz of the Flowers
- 17 War Agitato
- 18 War Clouds
- 19 War Lords
- 20 War Statements
- 21 Wargames
- 22 Wargames Link (d)
- 23 Wargames Linking Sections
- 24 Warlord
- 25 War of Nerves
- 26 Washing Machine
- 27 Watch Out!
- 28 Watusi Beach (a)
- 29 Wave Running A
- 30 The Way West
- 31 Wedding March (Dixieland Version)
- 32 Wedding March (Home Organ Version)
- 33 Wedding Procession
- 34 Weekend Break
- 35 Weightless
- 36 Weird Bridge
- 37 Welk Lounge
- 38 We Shall Return! 2
- 39 Western Ballad
- 40 Western Panorama
- 41 Western Pop
- 42 Western Spaghetti
- 43 Western Square Dance (a)
- 44 Western Wedding
- 45 West Point
- 46 West Side Rumble
- 47 What?
- 48 Whatever It Takes
- 49 What Shall We Do with the Drunken Sailor?
- 50 The Wheels of Industry
- 51 Wheels Within Wheels
- 52 Where Am I?
- 53 Where Danger Lurks
- 54 Where Dreams Come True (a)
- 55 Where's the Fire?
- 56 Whimsey
- 57 Whimsical Walk
- 58 Whisky Sour
- 59 Whisper from the Past
- 60 White Satin
- 61 Who's This
- 62 Why Am I So Poor? (b)
- 63 The Wicked Witch
- 64 Wien Bleibt Wien
- 65 The Wild Bunch
- 66 Wild Eyes
- 67 Wild Panic
- 68 The Wild West
- 69 The Wild West (a)
- 70 The Wild Wild West
- 71 Will He, Won't He?
- 72 William Tell Overture
- 73 Willy Nilly
- 74 Window Shopping
- 75 Winds of War [#8]
- 76 Wishful Thinking
- 77 With Following Winds
- 78 With Tongue in Cheek
- 79 Witty Fellow
- 80 Woe is Me!
- 81 Wonderland of Snow
- 82 Wondrous Pastures
- 83 Wooden Bear
- 84 Workaday World
- 85 Worker's Symphony
- 86 Workers Playtime
- 87 Working Machines
- 88 World Events 2 [#42.08]
- 89 World in Action
- 90 World of Fantasy
- 91 World of Sport
Waddle Cop was composed by David Farnon. The instruments include the trombone, tuba, muted trumpet, clarinet, and temple blocks.
- 56b. "I Had an Accident" - SpongeBob says he is never leaving his house again.
- 63. "Have You Seen This Snail?" - Solid milk.
Wah Wah (a)
Wah Wah (a) was composed by Richard Myhill.
- 89b. "Sing a Song of Patrick" - "What is that horrible smell?"
Waikiki Dance was composed by Lionel Wendling.
- 186a. "Safe Deposit Krabs" - Customers getting free interest.
- 245a. "Gary's Got Legs" - Ending.
- 248a. "The Krusty Bucket" - Title card.
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."
Wailing Theremin 2
Wailing Theremin 2 was composed by Harry Lubin.
- 169b. "Planet of the Jellyfish" - "Does Jellyfish Fields seem different today?"
- 193a. "Sanctuary!" - "Don't worry, I'm taking very good care of all my snails."
Wait for It
Wait for It was composed by Van Phillips.
- 246a. "Plankton's Old Chum" - Plankton arrives with the rotten chum tank outside the snail park.
- 246b. "Stormy Weather" - "I'm gonna suck him right out of the sky to save my reputation, after these messages."
Waiting for Santa Claus B
Waiting for Santa Claus B was composed by Gregor Narholz.
- 246a. "Plankton's Old Chum" - Kids playing in rotten chum; Everyone celebrating Chum Day.
The Waiting Game
The Waiting Game was composed by Alan Wynn.
- 246a. "Plankton's Old Chum" - Health inspector tells Plankton he can eat all the rotten chum to avoid paying the fine.
Walking Bass was composed by Richard Myhill.
Walking on the Beach A
Walking on the Beach A was composed by Kapono Beamer and Mac Prindy. The track was used in a 2018 Nicktoons ident.
- 238a. "Appointment TV" - Patrick looking for his rock at Impound Yard.
- 250b. "Karen's Baby" - Chip leaves his parents for college.
Walk in a Nightmare
Walk in a Nightmare was composed by Syd Dale. Outside of SpongeBob, it can also be heard in two episodes of the 1967 Spider-Man cartoon.
- 220. "The Legend of Boo-Kini Bottom" - SpongeBob and Patrick get inside "The Horrors of the Chum Bucket."
Waltz Elegante was 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 (Granny) 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 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 wieners and bring back the Krabby Patty."
- 223a. "Sanitation Insanity" - "Nobody touches my trash!"
War Statement 10
- 150a. "Krusty Dogs" - "We've got to get rid of these wieners and bring back the Krabby Patty." (plays at the same time with 3)
- 257b. "Breakin'" - "SpongeBob! Spatula down, sailor!"
Wargames was composed by Keith Mansfield.
- 123-124. "Truth or Square" - "It's a perfect opportunity for Plankton to try and steal the formula."
- 219b. "Larry the Floor Manager" - SpongeBob cowers behind some weights.
Wargames Link (d)
Wargames Link (d) was composed by Keith Mansfield.
- 19b. "Neptune's Spatula" - Neptune explains to SpongeBob that the loser has to give up fry cooking "for good".
- 121a. "Sand Castles in the Sand" - SpongeBob builds tank out of sand.
Wargames Linking Sections
- The Wargames Linking Sections were composed by Keith Mansfield.
Warlord was composed by Wolfgang Kafer.
- 67b. "Mermaid Man & Barnacle Boy VI: The Motion Picture" - "Space! The final countdown!"
- 135a. "Back to the Past" - Man Ray laughs evilly.
War of Nerves
War of Nerves was composed by John Scott.
- 24b. "Imitation Krabs" - SpongeBob reveals the disastrous consequence, TARTAR SAUCE!!!
Washing Machine was composed by Jean-Jacques Perrey.
- 256a. "SpongeBob in RandomLand" - SpongeBob and Squidward walking through RandomLand.
- 267b. "Dream Hoppers" - SpongeBob and Patrick dancing with some objects at Patrick's stomach.
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.
Watusi Beach (a)
Watusi Beach (a) was composed by Steve Goomas and Doug Perkins.
- 219b. "Larry the Floor Manager" - SpongeBob sabotages the weight machine.
Wave Running A
Wave Running A was composed by Charlie Brissette.
- 108a. "Patty Caper" - "Open up in there, Tentacles!"
- 241a. "Squirrel Jelly" - Sandy captures another jellyfish and then releases all of them.
The Way West
The Way West was composed by Jack Dorsey.
- 42b. "My Pretty Seahorse" - "She's beautiful!"
- 100b. "Stanley S. SquarePants" - Stanley and Harold wear bride and groom outfits.
Wedding March (Home Organ Version) is an electronic organ arrangement of Felix Mendelson-Bartholdy's "Wedding March" by Geoff Bastow. Like the Dixieland arrangement, this track was also used in the Camp Lazlo episode "Wedding Bell Blues."
- 123-124. "Truth or Square" - SpongeBob and Sandy's wedding; SpongeBob and Sandy "kiss".
- 196b. "Married to Money" - Mr. Krabs kisses Cashina.
Wedding Procession is an organ arrangement of Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy's "Wedding March" by Leslie Pearson. A shortened version of this track was also used in both the Rocko's Modern Life episode "Magic Meatball" and in the 1994 adaptation of Miracle On 34th Street.
- 6a. "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy" - "Did you reunite our heroes?" / "No, but I'm married."
Weekend Break (alternate title: "Skip To It [Long Version]") was composed by Phil Green, Geoffrey Love, Ken Thorne.
- 205a. "Whirly Brains" - "It's time to free our minds."
Weightless was composed by Fredric Bayco.
- 237. "Goons on the Moon" - "The moon's been pulled out of its regular orbit. That could have disastrous effects on the Earth's tides."
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.
- 215a. "Feral Friends" - French Narrator tells Sandy about Neptune's Moon.
Welk Lounge was composed by Vinnie Zummo.
- 235b. "Library Cards" - The Sir Urchin & Snail Fail Show!; Patrick throws the TV downstairs; The Sir Urchin & Snail Fail Show! again.
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 Ballad was composed by Pierre-Jean Gidon.
- 96. "Pest of the West" - "Thank you, Sheriff SpongeBuck, for saving our town."
Western Panorama was composed by Len Beadle.
- 16a. "Valentine's Day" - Sandy arrives at the carnival with Patrick's valentine.
Western Pop was composed by Laurent Michel Lombard.
- 96. "Pest of the West" - SpongeBuck steps on Plankton.
Western Spaghetti was composed by Eric Caspar and Eric Gemsa.
- 96. "Pest of the West" - Funeral/ice cream parlor.
Western Square Dance (a)
Western Square Dance (a) was composed by John Fox.
- 225b. "Pat the Horse" - Patrick acting like a horse.
Western Wedding was composed by Harry Bluestone.
- . "Yokel to Tough Guy" - SpongeBuck going from yokel to tough guy.
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
West Side Rumble was composed by Sam Spence.
- 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 Smelly.
- 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? was composed by Sven Perner.
- 128a. "Growth Spout" - "Who's there?"
- 144b. "Karate Star" - SpongeBob does the inverted whirlpool; Patrick does the inverted whirlpool.
Whatever It Takes
Whatever It Takes was composed by Sam Spence.
- 193b. "What's Eating Patrick?" - Patrick's training montage.
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.
The Wheels of Industry was composed by Robert Sharples.
- 50b. "Krusty Krab Training Video" - "Welcome aboard!"; Retirement home.
- 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."
- 235b. "Library Cards" - Patrick's knowledge is taken out of his head by a hose.
Where Am I?
Where Am I? was composed by Gregor F. Narholz.
- 207a. "Mimic Madness" - Patrick, Squidward, Sandy, Mr. Krabs and Plankton find SpongeBob; "It's not working, fellers!"
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.
Where's the Fire?
Where's the Fire? was composed by John Fiddy and Otto Sieben.
- 258b. "The Goofy Newbie" - Kids latch onto Patrick and he tries to eat all the ice cream; Patrick eats all the ice cream at Goofy Goober's.
Whimsey was composed by Arthur Wilkinson.
- 250b. "Karen's Baby" - Chip starts walking; Chip continues walking.
- 261a. "Lighthouse Louie" - SpongeBob calls the snail Louie.
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.
Whisky Sour was composed by David Morse.
- 76b. "Hocus Pocus" - Plays on radio.
Whisper from the Past
- Gregor F. Narholz. Although it is the same composition, different versions of it were used. Whisper from the Past was composed by
White Satin was composed by Fredric Bayco.
- 266. "Escape from Beneath Glove World" - SpongeBob, Patrick and the little kid follow a group of glove testers to the Danger Glove Testing room.
Who's This was composed by Sammy Burdson and John Charles Fiddy.
Who's This B
- 39b. "The Fry Cook Games" - Patrick dives.
Who's This D
- 39b. "The Fry Cook Games" - SpongeBob flips.
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.
Wien Bleibt Wien
Wien Bleibt Wien was composed by Andrew Pilmer.
- 128b. "Stuck in the Wringer" - SpongeBob gets a black eye.
The Wild Bunch
The Wild Bunch was composed by Sam Spence.
- 55a. "The Great Snail Race" - Race starts.
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.
Wild Panic [#39]
- 1c. "Tea at the Treedome" - "Your shell is mine!"
Wild Panic [#39.02]
- 107b. "No Nose Knows" - Scented candles.
- 111. "SpongeBob SquarePants vs. The Big One" - JKL rescues Mr. Krabs.
Wild Panic [#39.03]
- 59. "The Sponge Who Could Fly" - SpongeBob is seen dressed in a bat costume.
Wild Panic [#40.02]
- 75a. "Squidtastic Voyage" - "Whirlpool spin!"
The Wild West
The Wild West was composed Larry Hochman.
- 96. "Pest of the West" - "But I know we can beat him!"
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.
The Wild Wild West
The Wild Wild West was composed by John Fox.
- 96. "Pest of the West" - Sandy's aunt discovers oil.
- 225b. "Pat the Horse" - SpongeBob finds Patrick and rides in.
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" - End of SpongeBob's speech.
- 247a. "Swamp Mates" - "No collector would touch such trash."
William Tell Overture
The William Tell Overture was composed by Gioachino Rossini.
(Gioachino Rossini version)
- 87b. "Breath of Fresh Squidward" - The sun rises.
- 208a. "Snooze You Lose" - The next morning.
- 225b. "Pat the Horse" - Race starts; SpongeBob riding Patrick in front of Squidward and Krabs; SpongeBob and Patrick arrive at Black Devil Bay; Krabs and Squidward arrive and they win.
- 232a. "Mustard O' Mine" - "Where's me mustard?!"
- 236b. "Surf N' Turf" - Sandy wakes up.
- 55a. "The Great Snail Race" - SpongeBob plays the Bugle.
- 101b. "Krabby Road" - Patrick plays with his belly.
Willy Nilly was composed by Cyril Watters.
- 81. "Friend or Foe" - The backstory of Mr. Krabs & Plankton in grade school.
- . "Movie Etiquette" - Plays throughout.
Window Shopping was composed by Peter Yorke.
- 222b. "Teacher's Pests" - Mrs. Puff shows a driving safety film to Krabs and Plankton.
Winds of War [#8]
Winds of War [#8] 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 Following Winds
With Following Winds was composed by Jan Schneeberg and Boris Schoska.
- 236a. "Call the Cops" - Police officer puts on headphones.
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.
Woe is Me!
- Woe is Me! was composed by Richard Myhill. It was first used by Nickelodeon in a 1998 bumper where a vampire wants a date. It is also heard in an episode of The Mighty B!
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" - “Day 15! Give it up for Day 15!”
- 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 and Emil Cadkin.
- 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 Events 2 [#42.08]
World Events 2 [#42.08] was composed by Harry Bluestone and Emil Cadkin.
- 201a. "Sandy's Nutmare" - Tree with acorns grows.
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.
- 217a. "Spot Returns" - Plankton introduces the puppies.
- 262b. "The Hankering" - Krabs, Chum Monkey, SpongeBob and Karen watching Sal's movie at the cinema.
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.
- 226a. "Chatterbox Gary" - Collar starts translating what Gary says.
- 230a. "High Sea Diving" - Bikini Bottomites blowing up balloons with messages.
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!" (High-pitched)