By now, you’ve probably heard of SpongeBob SquarePant.
The animated show that started it all, and is now in its 13th season, was originally supposed to last six seasons, but that plan was scrapped after a year and a half due to scheduling conflicts.
Instead, SpongeBobby SquarePantis went into hiatus for a year-and-a-half, only to return in January 2017.
This time around, the show is back with its own five-episode season, which is actually much shorter than the original five.
We’ve compiled the best SpongeBobs songs, as well as some other highlights from the show.
The song “Dance of the Spongebob Squarepants” by the band the Shrinkin Twins is one of the show’s most memorable moments.
It’s a classic rock track that’s also a catchy, ballad-y ballad.
You can hear it here: “I’ll be right there/ When I’m dancing to you, I’ll be dancing/ to you.”
And here’s the song that made the show so beloved: “My Spongebobs” by The Chemical Brothers.
There are so many good SpongeBob songs, from “Wet Hair” by Ben Kweller to “Don’t Be a Dummy” by Nick Jonas.
It goes on and on.
And there are so much more!
There’s an official SpongeBob podcast out there that’s actually pretty good.
But for all the best of the music, we’re giving you a SpongeBob song for your listening pleasure.
SpongeBob Song of the Week: “Dancing to You” (from the Season 3 premiere of Spongeboby-Doo) This song is a classic from Season 3, but it’s still an incredible song.
It starts off with a little bit of the intro, and it’s just awesome.
SpongeBabs sings a little melody and some words, and then the music plays as a sort of funky drum beat.
The best part is that the song is actually a very upbeat song.
The lyrics are so upbeat and cheerful, it makes you feel like SpongeBabies is happy all the time.
Spongebobby is also a good friend of The Shrinking Twins, who played the main character in the show from the beginning.
The band was formed in 1982, and have been working together ever since.
“Dances to You,” from SpongeBob’s second season (which is in fact the first season that SpongeBob and his pals actually played together) is also very good.
The title of the song, “The Shrinky-Dink” (literally meaning “Dirty Dink,” according to the SpongeBob Wiki), is a reference to the song “The Dirty Dancing Song,” which SpongeBob played in Season 2.
The SpongeBob Theme song is also pretty catchy.
It comes from the Season 2 premiere of “Dinosaurs in Space” and has some nice SpongeBob lyrics.
“Tick-Tock Clock” by M. Shadows (Season 4) “Tickle Tickle” is an amazing song, but the best part of it is the fact that M. Shadow is playing the character “Tipper.”
“TIP TIP TINCH TIP” is a song from the SpongeBots episode “Tug of War,” which also features a great SpongeBob.
It has some fun SpongeBob-like lyrics and is pretty catchy, too.
The theme song for “The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water” is also quite catchy.
“We Are Spongebabies” is the title of a song by The Beatles, and the song has a great hook.
“Baby Blue” is another one from the “Toys” episode.
“Cocktail Party” by Billy Idol “Baby” is from the episode “Baby, It’s Cold Outside.”
It’s an upbeat song with some great lines.
The hook is that it’s a party song for the kids, and this one is so catchy, you won’t be able to put it down.
“The Kids Are Alright” by Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers (Season 5) The theme of this song is so funny.
It makes you laugh, but you’ll also cry.
“Honey, I Can’t Help Falling In Love” by Neil Diamond “I Can’t Stop Loving You” is just a sweet, funny song.
Neil Diamond’s vocals are very upbeat, and he plays a really fun SpongeBab.
“Boom Boom Boom” is Neil Diamond singing about his new girlfriend.
“My Name Is SpongeBob” is one song by Neil Jordan, and you’ll really like it.
It is very upbeat and upbeat, which makes it a perfect SpongeBob tune.
“I’m Gonna Be a Sponge” by Elton John This song starts out with the title “I Like Spongebots.”
It has a little pop-pop feel to it, which reminds me