Awesome Music / SpongeBob SquarePants

Despite its intended audience of children, the Spongebob Squarepants franchise has amazing soundtracks to fit the mood.
  • Anybody remember the hilariously narmy "Krusty Krab Pizza" song from "Pizza Delivery"? "KRUSTY KRA-A-A-YEAH-YEAH-AH-AH PIZZAAAAA! IS THE PIZZA YEAH FOR YOU AND...MEEEEEEEEEEEE-HEE-HEE-HEEEEEEEE!"
  • Wonderland of Snow is probably the most Christmas-y song you'll ever listen to.
  • Stack of Leis is the musical equivalent to just relaxing and resting after a long day, and letting your body give itself out...
  • Hawaiian Flower and Hawaiian Train: two similarly themed songs that are both Sweet Dreams Fuel from start to end. Let's also add in Hawaiian Calypso.
  • Saxaboogie is the go-to song to get any party up and hoppin'. No, seriously. It's that good.
  • Fight! Fight! Fight! Or as it is more commonly called...
  • This list couldn't possibly be complete without the most quintessential SpongeBob song. "The best time to wear a striped sweater..."
  • The new Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade theme for the SpongeBob balloon, which is a jazzy mashup of SpongeBob's theme song and "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer."
  • Eastside Story. The best tune to pick when you're in a Film Noir mood.
  • Award Winners A is a memorable, triumphant tune that plays during the "Remembering SpongeBob" segment in "The Sponge Who Could Fly (The Lost Episode)".
  • SpongeBob and Mr. Krabs' narmy duet of "This Grill is Not a Home" in "Welcome to the Chum Bucket". Again, sing it with us: "BUT THIS GRILL IS NOT A HOME!! THIS IS NOT THE STOVE I KNOW!!
  • The Season 9 episode “Sharks vs. Pods”, while not a musical, is still a very musically jamming episode, featuring instrumentals that range from archival jazz music tracks to rocking, swinging originals. Fitting enough, as it turns out, the episode turns into a dance-off between the Sharks and Pods.