"Puka A" was composed by Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield. Similar to "Puka B," the main instruments being played in this piece are a ukulele and guitar. It usually either plays in title cards or episode endings.
- 23b. "Bubble Buddy" - SpongeBob reads Patrick's letter.
- 25a. "Wormy" - SpongeBob, Patrick, and Wormy play hide-and-seek.
- 25b. "Patty Hype" - SpongeBob and Patrick open their new restaurant.
- 26b. "Squidville" - The ending
- 30a. "No Free Rides" - Mrs. Puff tells SpongeBob about extra credit.
- 33a. "Shanghaied" - Patrick wishes for gum (Patrick's ending).
- 47b. "Can You Spare a Dime?" - Title card
- 56a. "Born Again Krabs" - The Flying Dutchman reappears and gives SpongeBob back to Mr. Krabs/Ending.
- 67a. "Enemy In-Law" - The ending
- 73a. "New Leaf" - Title card
- 79b. "Squid Wood" - Title card; Mini SpongeBob is revealed, at the end.
- 83b. "Waiting" - Title card; The ending
- 97b. "The Battle of Bikini Bottom" - The ending
- 118b. "Komputer Overload" - The ending
- 137b. "Gary in Love" - Title card
- 149a. "You Don't Know Sponge" - The ending
- 171a. "Karen 2.0" - Title card; Karen reunites with Plankton.
- 194a. "Patrick! The Game" - The ending
- 223b. "Bunny Hunt" - Bunny Wunny plays ukulele.
- 241a. "Squirrel Jelly" - Ending.
- 250b. "Karen's Baby" - Ending.
- 259b. "My Two Krabses" - Title card.
- The longest usages of this track are "Born Again Krabs", "Karen 2.0" and "Bubble Buddy".
- Since its introduction, season 10 is the only season where this track does not play.
- In "Bunny Hunt," Bunny Wunny can be seen playing this track on his ukulele at the beginning.
- Between "Karen 2.0" and "My Two Krabses," this track took seven years to return as title card music.
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