This page is a showcase of all of the associated production music in Pencil 2.O that start with the letter S.

Pencil 2.O Production Music Indices

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Sailor's Waltz[edit | edit source]

Sailor's Waltz was composed by Heinz Matschurat.

Saint Agnes and The Burning Train[edit | edit source]

Saint Agnes and The Burning Train was composed by Sting. (None currently. However, NLG announced it will be on an episode.)

Saltwater Works[edit | edit source]

Saltwater Works was composed by Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield.

Santa Lucia[edit | edit source]

Santa Lucia is a traditional song from Naples. In this record, it was composed by Ken Jones and Keith Grant.

Saxaboogie[edit | edit source]

Saxaboogie was composed by Harry Bluestone, and it is a well-known party theme.

School Life[edit | edit source]

School Life was composed by Jack Shaindlin.

Screw on the Loose[edit | edit source]

Screw on the Loose was composed by Tony Lowry.

Seaweed[edit | edit source]

Seaweed was composed by Steve Belfer.

Secret of Tiki Island[edit | edit source]

Secret of Tiki Island was composed by Kevin MacLeod.

  • Welcome Back - "Hey, uh, Ruby, I hate to be too inquisitive, but..."

Send Them Victorious[edit | edit source]

Send Them Victorious was composed by Graham de Wilde. It was played before the song "Sweet Victory" in the episode "Band Geeks" from SpongeBob SquarePants, and it is sometimes thought to be a part of that song.

Serenading the Night[edit | edit source]

Serenading the Night was composed by Jan Rap. Originally, it was known as "Sarinande", a folk song from Indonesia. It is also the first song to play in the series.

Shellfish Activity[edit | edit source]

Shellfish Activity was composed by Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield. This is probably not its name, but it is speculated to be.

Shiny Tech[edit | edit source]

The two Shiny Tech tracks were composed by Kevin MacLeod.

Shiny Tech I[edit | edit source]

This version is the older of the two. It features mostly percussion without a melody, unlike the second version.

Shiny Tech II[edit | edit source]

Shock[edit | edit source]

Shock was composed by Cor Bolten.

The Shock[edit | edit source]

The Shock was composed by Dick De Benedictis.

Shock[edit | edit source]

The Shock cues were composed by Dave Hewson.

Shock F[edit | edit source]

Shock J[edit | edit source]

Shock Q[edit | edit source]

Shock Horror[edit | edit source]

Shock Horror was composed by Dick Walter.

Showdown[edit | edit source]

Showdown was composed by Kevin MacLeod.

Si Fe'e A[edit | edit source]

Si Fe'e A is a traditional Samoan song composed by Kapono Beamer and sung by Pulefano and the Polynesians.

Silent Movie[edit | edit source]

Silent Movie was composed by Larry Hochman.

Silver Blue Light[edit | edit source]

Silver Blue Light was composed by Kevin MacLeod.

Sitar Gliss[edit | edit source]

Sitar Gliss was composed by Harbhajan Singh.

Sitar Statement[edit | edit source]

The Sitar Statements were composed by Dick Steven Walter.

Sitar Statement A[edit | edit source]

Six Powerful Cues[edit | edit source]

The Six Powerful Cues were composed by Wilfred Burns.

Six Powerful Cues A[edit | edit source]

Six Powerful Cues D[edit | edit source]

Skaters' Waltz[edit | edit source]

Skaters' Waltz was composed by Emile Waldteufel and George Wilson.

Skipping to School[edit | edit source]

Skipping to School was composed by Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield.

Sleazy Sax[edit | edit source]

Sleazy Sax was composed by Richard Myhill.

Slick in the City[edit | edit source]

Slick in the City was composed by Kenny Graham. Being of a sneaky nature, this is a theme of the Gang of 8.

Slide Whistle Song[edit | edit source]

Slide Whistle Song was composed by Nicolas Carr, Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield.

Smaller Cap = Less Plastic[edit | edit source]

Smaller Cap = Less Plastic was composed by Andrew Wang.

Smoking Gun[edit | edit source]

Smoking Gun was composed by Kevin MacLeod.

Sneaking About[edit | edit source]

Sneaking About was composed by Phil Green.

Sneaky[edit | edit source]

Sneaky was composed by Kevin MacLeod.

Sneaky Snitch[edit | edit source]

Sneaky Snitch was composed by Kevin MacLeod.

Solid Brass 16 A[edit | edit source]

Solid Brass 16 A was composed by Marcin Pospieszalski.

Solo Steel[edit | edit source]

Solo Steel was composed by Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield. There are four versions, although the SpongeBob Wiki says that there are just three.

Solo Steel 1[edit | edit source]

Solo Steel 2[edit | edit source]

Solo Steel 3[edit | edit source]

Solo Steel 4[edit | edit source]

Sophisticated Hula[edit | edit source]

Sophisticated Hula was composed by The Hawaiian Isladers.

Sounds of Science[edit | edit source]

The Sounds of Science were composed by Josef Mundigl.

Sounds of Science 1[edit | edit source]

South Pacific Islands II[edit | edit source]

South Pacific Islands II was composed by Victor Cavini.

South Sea Island Lullaby[edit | edit source]

South Sea Island Lullaby was composed by George Elliott.

Spatial Harvest[edit | edit source]

Spatial Harvest was composed by Kevin MacLeod.

Spanish Ladies[edit | edit source]

Spanish Ladies was composed by Robin James Jeffrey and Tim Laycock. It is a traditional English shanty.

Spanish Ladies A[edit | edit source]

This version is vocal.

Spanish Ladies B[edit | edit source]

This version is instrumental.

Spazzmatica Polka[edit | edit source]

Spazzmatica Polka was composed by Kevin MacLeod.

Speaking Guitar[edit | edit source]

Speaking Guitar was composed by Gerhard Narholz.

Speed Freak[edit | edit source]

Speed Freak was composed by Freebie and the Bean. It plays as party music.

Spindlelegs[edit | edit source]

Spindlelegs was composed by Cedric King Palmer.

  • Sweet Tooth - "Making cakes without recipes is almost as bad as making a cake out of two … metal … balls!"

Split in Synapse[edit | edit source]

Split in Synapse was composed by Kevin MacLeod.

SpongeBob History Song[edit | edit source]

SpongeBob History Song was composed by Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield. The reason it's called that is because it was used as a vocal version in a season 6 DVD recapping the past events of the show.

SpongeBob Theme[edit | edit source]

SpongeBob Theme was composed by Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield. Despite the name, this is not the theme song of SpongeBob SquarePants. Instead, this is a theme that appeared first in "Boating School".

SpongeBob Theme Nova[edit | edit source]

SpongeBob Theme Nova was composed by Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield. This appeared first after the movie, in the episode "Hocus Pocus".

Spongeburglar[edit | edit source]

Spongeburglar was composed by Nicolas Carr.

Sponge Monger[edit | edit source]

Sponge Monger was composed by Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield. It was once known as "Chase Cue 2".

Springtime for Lovers[edit | edit source]

Springtime for Lovers was composed by Len Stevens. It is a nostalgic piece from the 1940s.

Stack of Leis[edit | edit source]

Stack of Leis was composed by Kapono Beamer.

Stadium Rave A[edit | edit source]

Stadium Rave A was composed by Glenn Nishida and Mark Governor.

Stealth by Night[edit | edit source]

Stealth by Night was composed by Jack Coles.

Stepping Into Danger[edit | edit source]

Stepping Into Danger was composed by Mike Sunderland.

Stiff Upper Lip[edit | edit source]

Stiff Upper Lip was composed by Paddy Kingsland.

Straight from Hell[edit | edit source]

Straight from Hell was composed by Gregor Narholz.

Stringed Disco[edit | edit source]

Stringed Disco was composed by Kevin MacLeod.

Stumbling Tumbleweeds[edit | edit source]

Stumbling Tumbleweeds was composed by Nicolas Carr, Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield.

Suave Standpipe[edit | edit source]

Suave Standpipe was composed by Kevin MacLeod.

  • Welcome Back - "Our diary followers have no idea what's happened to us in the last three years."

Sugar Plum Dark Mix[edit | edit source]

Sugar Plum Dark Mix was composed by Kevin MacLeod. It is a version of the Dance of the Sugarplum Fairy by Tchaikovsky for his 1892 ballet, The Nutcracker, but the dark factor os the song is greatly exaggerated.

Summer Day[edit | edit source]

Summer Day was composed by Kevin MacLeod.

Sunshine in Hawaii[edit | edit source]

Sunshine in Hawaii was composed by Max Mahlmann.

Sunny Samoa[edit | edit source]

Sunny Samoa was composed by Jan Rap. This was once known as "Honolulu March" by George de Fretes, and still is on some databases.

Sunshine[edit | edit source]

Sunshine was composed by Kevin MacLeod.

Super Highway March[edit | edit source]

Super Highway March was composed by Barry Anthony and Nicolas Carr.

Surfin Summer Girls[edit | edit source]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zezTdWLLym0 Surfin Summer Girls] was composed by Ian Henry Marsh.

Surfin' Fun[edit | edit source]

Surfin' Fun was composed by G. Maclean, B. Ryder.

Sweet Annabelle[edit | edit source]

Sweet Annabelle was composed by Sam Fonteyn.

Sweet Manea[edit | edit source]

Sweet Manea was composed by Kapono Beamer. Previously this was mistaken to be "Chief Taravana".

  • Vomitaco - "Hey, guys! Let's play catch!"

Synopsis[edit | edit source]

Synopsis was composed by .

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