|List of original music contents|
Fatigued Fanfare, also known as Dunces and Dragons (version 5), was composed by Nicolas Carr and Barry Anthony.
- 66. "Dunces and Dragons" - SpongeBob weakly arrives
Fish March was composed by Nicolas Carr.
- 22a. "Something Smells" - parade
A Fishy Conversation
- A Fishy Conversation was composed by Nicolas Carr and Barry Anthony.
Five Divas Singing
Five Divas Singing (alternate title: "Five Divas Song Dim Harp") was composed by Nicolas Carr. This piece features a choir, a harp, and chimes being played.
- 140b. "Welcome to the Bikini Bottom Triangle" - The opening; Mermaids' song; Mermaids' song again; Mermaids start to sing; Mermaids' song; Mermaids' song backwards.
- 201b. "Bulletin Board" - "The board is sacred and must be respected."
- 230a. "High Sea Diving" - Choir.
- Flashback was composed by Nicolas Carr.
The Flying Dutchman
The Flying Dutchman was composed by The Ghastly Ones.
- 13a. "Scaredy Pants" - Title card and opening; Little kid scares SpongeBob; The Party.
- Fooling Around was composed by Nicolas Carr and Barry Anthony.
Fox Trot was composed by Hiram Titus.
- 151b. "Love That Squid" - Flashback to Squidward's last date.
French Horn Rips
French Horn Rips was composed by Michael Bolger and Nicolas Carr.
- 114a. "Dear Vikings" - "...and the new Viking Size!"; shot of Viking ship
The Frog Strut
The Frog Strut was composed by Nicolas Carr and Barry Anthony.
- 91a. "Goo Goo Gas" - Baby Krabs cries.; After Plankton slips.; "Give it here, you big stupid baby."; "Hey! What are you doing?"
- 115b. "Cephalopod Lodge" - Plays during SpongeBob and Patrick's initiation for Squidward.
- 260a. "Knock Knock, Who's There?" - SpongeBob and Patrick at Krabs' living room.
The Fruitcake Vendor
- The Fruitcake Vendor was composed by Nicolas Carr and Barry Anthony.
The Frycooks Jig
The Frycooks Jig was composed by Michael Bolger and Nicolas Carr.
- 195a. "SpongeBob LongPants" - Squidward is seen in the kitchen.
- 202a. "Food Con Castaways" - Mr. Krabs tries to trick SpongeBob into feeding him the Krabby Patty.
- 217b. "The Check-Up" - "Whoo-hoo! We did it, boys! The Krusty Krab lives to see another day!"
- 219b. "Larry the Floor Manager" - The opening (High-pitched)
- 244a. "The Krusty Slammer" - "You got yourself a deal!"
Fry Cook Ballad
Fry Cook Ballad was composed by Steve Marston.
Fry Cook Ballad A
- 88b. "SpongeBob vs. The Patty Gadget" - The opening.
- 187b. "Séance Shméance" - Mr. Krabs explains to SpongeBob.
- 192b. "Pull Up a Barrel" - Pirate queen locked up; Mr. Krabs winks at the pirate queen.
Fry Cook Ballad
- 88b. "SpongeBob vs. The Patty Gadget" - "The Machine wanted his job."
Fry Cook Ballad Closer
- 88b. "SpongeBob vs. The Patty Gadget" - The ending.
- 92. "Atlantis SquarePantis" - Mr. Krabs stuffing his pockets with money.
Funeral Parlor Music
Funeral Parlor Music (alternate names: "Funeral for a Friend", "Funeral for a Penpal") was composed by Nicolas Carr. The main instruments being played include an organ, chimes, and low and high string instruments.
- 67a. "Enemy In-Law" - Flashback to Mr. Krabs stealing a hat from a coffin.
- 72a. "All That Glitters" - Spat's in the hospital.
- 89b. "Sing a Song of Patrick" - The band members' tombstones are shown.
- 107b. "No Nose Knows" - "Here lies the nose of Patrick Star. R.I.P."
- 197a. "Mall Girl Pearl" - "...no longer with us."
- 202b. "Snail Mail" - Pen Pal's funeral.
- 266. "Escape from Beneath Glove World" - "The real Hieronymus Glove has been frozen in ice for decades now."