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

Pencil 2.O Production Music Indices

? · A · B · C · D · E · F · G · H · I · J · K · L

M · N · O · P · Q · R · S · T · U · V · W · X–Z

Tahitian Drums AEdit

Tahitian Drums A was composed by Kapono Beamer.

Tea DanceEdit

Tea Dance was composed by Alfred Ralston.

Tell Her I AmEdit

Tell Her I Am was composed by Robert White and Brian Gulland. It is an Irish folk song.

  • Get Digging - "I've got acid spitballs." (old version)

Tension BitsEdit

Tension Bits was composed by Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield.

Tentically SpeakingEdit

Tentically Speaking was composed by Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield.

There It IsEdit

There It Is was composed by Kevin MacLeod.

The Journey BeginsEdit

The Journey Begins was composed by MR BeatZ.

Three and FourEdit

Three and Four was composed by Harold Geller. This does not appear on the APM database.

Tiki RapidoEdit

Tiki Rapido was composed by Lionel Wendling.

The Tip Top Polka / The Cliff PolkaEdit

The Tip Top Polka / The Cliff Polka was composed by The Chelmsford Folk Band.

Tipsy TurvyEdit

Tipsy Turvy was composed by Phil Green.

Tom FoolEdit

Tom Fool was composed by Van Phillips.

  • Sweet Tooth - "Okay, so the remaining 17 of you will each bake a cake."; "… will be our third."


Tomfoolery was composed by David Snell.

Too TiredEdit

Too Tired was composed by Hans Ehrlinger.

Towerstreet 17Edit

Towerstreet 17 was composed by Gregor Narholz.

Track 37Edit


Trafficscape was composed by Eric Winstone.

Tragic Bridge 2Edit

Tragic Bridge 2 was composed by Phil Green.

Travel RagEdit

Travel Rag was composed by Stan Laferriere.

Traveling AlongEdit

Traveling Along was composed by Barry Anthony.

Tricks and TrapsEdit

Tricks and Traps was composed by James McConnel.

Tripping UpstairsEdit

Tripping Upstairs was composed by Brian Peters.

  • Rescission - "Hi, Pencil, aren't you glad I didn't vomit on you?"

Twelfth Street RagEdit

Twelfth Street Rag was composed originally by Euday L. Bowman, but the two versions below have been covered by Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield.

Older versionEdit

Newer versionEdit

The Twilight ZoneEdit

The Twilight Zone was composed by Harry Bluestone and Emil Cadkin.

  • Get Digging - Book, Ice Cube and Spongy are chased by Evil Leafy.

The Twin SistersEdit

The Twin Sisters was composed by The Chelmsford Folk Band. This serves as a theme for Pencil.

  • Reveal Novum - Pencil wins a challenge; "Spongy, Firey, Ice Cube and Leafy."


Tympup was composed by Sammy Burdson and John Fiddy. Together with "Lap Steel", it is known as "Nude Sting".

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