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*[[Truars and Liars]] - title card
 
*[[Truars and Liars]] - title card
 
*[[Music from BFDI(A)|The Long-lost Yoyle City]] - "Yay, now we win!"
 
*[[Music from BFDI(A)|The Long-lost Yoyle City]] - "Yay, now we win!"
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*[[All Change! (Regimes)]] - "I missed you all so much!"
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*[[The Softening]] - "Y'know wot?"
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==Walking on the Beach==
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'''Walking on the Beach''' was composed by Kapono Beamer and Mac Prindy.
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==='''Walking on the Beach #15'''===
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*[[Still in a Hundred Years]] - "But we've got ter endure'e."
   
 
==Wallpaper==
 
==Wallpaper==
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*[[To Test Love's Posterity]] - Glisteria thanks Pencil.
 
*[[To Test Love's Posterity]] - Glisteria thanks Pencil.
 
*[[Music from BFDI(A)|No More Snow!]] - "No more snow!"
 
*[[Music from BFDI(A)|No More Snow!]] - "No more snow!"
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*[[All Change! (Regimes)]] - The ending.
 
*[[Will He or Won't He?]] - The ending.
 
*[[Will He or Won't He?]] - The ending.
   
 
==Waltzing Flutes==
 
==Waltzing Flutes==
{{mu|l=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0h-FbBtYOec|n=Waltzing Flutes |c=Gregor Narholz}}
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{fmu|l=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0h-FbBtYOec|n=Waltzing Flutes |c=Gregor Narholz}}
 
*[[Music from BFDI(A)|Yeah, Who? I Wanna Know]] - the ending.
 
*[[Music from BFDI(A)|Yeah, Who? I Wanna Know]] - the ending.
   
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{{mu|l=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ONcR0cN5Ujk|n=War Blowers |c=The Blue Hawaiians}}
 
{{mu|l=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ONcR0cN5Ujk|n=War Blowers |c=The Blue Hawaiians}}
 
*[[Music from BFDI(A)|Take the Plunge]] - Pen sees the finish line.
 
*[[Music from BFDI(A)|Take the Plunge]] - Pen sees the finish line.
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==Wargames Linking Sections==
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The '''Wargames Linking Sections''' were composed by Keith Mansfield.
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==='''[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=93dxQgrxaYw Wargames Linking Section F]'''===
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*[[Battle Hymn of the Hoa]] - "Enough o' thet, big picture!"
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==='''[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P_nei-tEy_E Wargames Linking Section G]'''===
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*[[In Search of Brother]] - "And what is that phone doing on the floor?".
   
 
==Welcome to Glove World==
 
==Welcome to Glove World==
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*[[Will He or Won't He?]] - music playing in the background of the television programme
 
*[[Will He or Won't He?]] - music playing in the background of the television programme
 
==Well-Tempered Raver==
 
==Well-Tempered Raver==
[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l0r5s5SK09k '''Well-Tempered Raver'''] was composed by Kevcin MacLeod.
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[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l0r5s5SK09k '''Well-Tempered Raver'''] was composed by Kevin MacLeod.
 
*[[The Nightmare of Camp Nidhamu]] - "I've never been so terrified in my life."
 
*[[The Nightmare of Camp Nidhamu]] - "I've never been so terrified in my life."
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==West Point==
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'''West Point''' was composed by Larry Hochman. It is similar to many graduation songs, including ''Pomp and Circumstances''.
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*[[In Search of Brother]] - "Up next is Pencil C. Schreiber."
   
 
==West Side Rumble==
 
==West Side Rumble==
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*[[Music from BFDI(A)|Are You Smarter Than a Snowball?]] - Pencil and Match play Spongy Cake.
 
*[[Music from BFDI(A)|Are You Smarter Than a Snowball?]] - Pencil and Match play Spongy Cake.
 
*[[Music from BFDI(A)|Yeah, Who? I Wanna Know]] - "Did we lose?" (old version)
 
*[[Music from BFDI(A)|Yeah, Who? I Wanna Know]] - "Did we lose?" (old version)
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*[[Battle Hymn of the Hoa]] - "We're set up for a party this Saturday!"
   
 
==Whisper from the Past==
 
==Whisper from the Past==
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*[[Showscape!]] - "It has truly been the greatest honour for us to have administered such a wonderful series."
 
*[[Showscape!]] - "It has truly been the greatest honour for us to have administered such a wonderful series."
 
*[[Vas-A-Yop]] - "I am so sorry, everyone."
 
*[[Vas-A-Yop]] - "I am so sorry, everyone."
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*[[Still in a Hundred Years]] - "We never saw her again."
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*[[All Change! (Regimes)]] - Pen makes his speech about his entourage.
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*[[The Boys' Birthday Party]] - "I know it's been seventeen years ago, but... I'm sorry."
 
*[[Match, Pencil & Pen React to Their Ask Videos]] - Pencil talks back to the camera.
 
*[[Match, Pencil & Pen React to Their Ask Videos]] - Pencil talks back to the camera.
   
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{{mu|l=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=49AiqH-DuR0|n=Who Likes to Party |c=Kevin MacLeod}}
 
{{mu|l=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=49AiqH-DuR0|n=Who Likes to Party |c=Kevin MacLeod}}
 
*[[Music from BFDI(A)|It's a Monster]] - "There's so many bright lights in this van."
 
*[[Music from BFDI(A)|It's a Monster]] - "There's so many bright lights in this van."
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*[[The House of Ghosting]] - Played during the "Musical Chairs" segment.
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==Why Am I So Poor?==
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[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ye8lpYV7I_Y '''Why Am I So Poor?'''] was composed by Niko Radic and Laszlo Borteri.
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*[[All Change! (Regimes)]] - Pencil meets Berde.
   
 
==Wild Eyes==
 
==Wild Eyes==
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*[[Music from BFDI(A)|Gardening Hero]] - "So, I learned that a normal cake would explode in the vacuum of space."
 
*[[Music from BFDI(A)|Gardening Hero]] - "So, I learned that a normal cake would explode in the vacuum of space."
 
*[[Music from BFDI(A)|Insectophobe's Nightmare 3]] - "But what's that?" (old version)
 
*[[Music from BFDI(A)|Insectophobe's Nightmare 3]] - "But what's that?" (old version)
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*[[Still in a Hundred Years]] - "We've been in a ship like this one!"
 
*[[The Pennsylvania-Vermont Ocean]] - Played during the meeting.
 
*[[The Pennsylvania-Vermont Ocean]] - Played during the meeting.
 
*[[All-Day Anticipation]] - "Girls, I have invited you here."
 
*[[All-Day Anticipation]] - "Girls, I have invited you here."
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*[[The Boys' Birthday Party]] - "Hey everyone!"
   
 
==Workaday World==
 
==Workaday World==

Latest revision as of 01:41, 4 September 2018

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

Pencil 2.O Production Music Indices

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

Wahini Wobble[edit | edit source]

Wahini Wobble was composed by Nicolas Carr, Sage Guyton and Jeremy Wakefield.

Walking on the Beach[edit | edit source]

Walking on the Beach was composed by Kapono Beamer and Mac Prindy.

Walking on the Beach #15[edit | edit source]

Wallpaper[edit | edit source]

Wallpaper was composed by Kevin MacLeod.

Waltzing Flutes[edit | edit source]

{fmu|l=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0h-FbBtYOec%7Cn=Waltzing Flutes |c=Gregor Narholz}}

War Blowers[edit | edit source]

War Blowers was composed by The Blue Hawaiians.

Wargames Linking Sections[edit | edit source]

The Wargames Linking Sections were composed by Keith Mansfield.

Wargames Linking Section F[edit | edit source]

Wargames Linking Section G[edit | edit source]

Welcome to Glove World[edit | edit source]

Welcome to Glove World was composed by Barry Anthony.

Well-Tempered Raver[edit | edit source]

Well-Tempered Raver was composed by Kevin MacLeod.

West Point[edit | edit source]

West Point was composed by Larry Hochman. It is similar to many graduation songs, including Pomp and Circumstances.

West Side Rumble[edit | edit source]

West Side Rumble was composed by Sam Spence.

What Shall We Do with the Drunken Sailor?[edit | edit source]

What Shall We Do with the Drunken Sailor? was composed by Okko Bekker. This version was the first one to appear in SpongeBob, in the 1999 episode "Squeaky Boots".

When Daylight Shines / Captain Lenoe's[edit | edit source]

When Daylight Shines / Captain Lenoe's was composed by The Folk Players, Michael Arthur, Simon Ritchie, Mick Graves, Colin Cater, Sarah Graves and The.

Whisper from the Past[edit | edit source]

Whisper from the Past was composed by Gregor Narholz. This usually plays whenever a sentimental lesson is learned.

Who Likes to Party[edit | edit source]

Who Likes to Party was composed by Kevin MacLeod.

Why Am I So Poor?[edit | edit source]

Why Am I So Poor? was composed by Niko Radic and Laszlo Borteri.

Wild Eyes[edit | edit source]

Wild Eyes was composed by Ronald Hanmer.

Witty Fellow[edit | edit source]

Witty Fellow was composed by Gerhard Trede.

Wonderland of Snow[edit | edit source]

Wonderland of Snow was composed by Terry Day.

Wooden Bear[edit | edit source]

Wooden Bear was composed by Tony Tape, Florian Voelxen and Gil Flat.

Workaday World[edit | edit source]

Workaday World was composed by Jack Beaver.

Worker's Symphony[edit | edit source]

Worker's Symphony was composed by Hans May.

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