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  1. End Credits. SpongeBob SquarePants: SB/Karate Choppers Credits () SpongeBob SquarePants: Nature Pants/Opposite Day Credits () CatDog: Surfin' CatDog/Guess Who's Going to Be Dinner Credits () SpongeBob SquarePants: Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy/Pickles Credits ().
  2. Jul 31,  · The End Poem can be skipped by pressing Esc in Java Edition or tapping "Skip" in Bedrock Edition. When the End Poem ends, or the player skips the poem, the player respawns at their spawn point. Contents. The poem and the credits lasts for a total of 27 minutes 15 seconds.
  3. The ending theme is the ending song for The Amazing World of Gumball. In the US, it is usually only audible on demand or on Hulu, otherwise the credits play on the bottom-left corner at the end of each episode. In the UK, the credits are never played on TV or (more recently) on demand. Trivia.
  4. Jan 18,  · The "Star vs. the Forces of Evil End Credit Theme" is the end credit sequence of the first two seasons of the show, composed by Ego Plum, lyrics written by Daron Nefcy, and performed by Star Butterfly (Eden Sher). Trivia Some animals that appear in this sequence include a small blue whale with Genre(s): Soundtrack.
  5. Most Pokémon credits themes has a sad tone that feels like “hey your journey is over, you can go home now”. But Black and White is the opposite of that. The epic tone feels like a modivational song that say, “you should keep on going, don’t just stop there, just keep on going”. While I love the emotional credits themes especially.
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  7. In Japan, it is replaced with the Japanese ending after the episode ends, although the credits theme plays in Japanese dubs of episodes if one lives in Japan. SpongeBob hums the tune to this track while walking to Mr. Krabs' office in " Krabs vs. Plankton." He also whistles the tune while he's sitting at the table in " Breakin '.".
  8. Typically, the closing credits are typed and appear in white lettering on a solid black background, featuring no sound effects or dialogue, only a musical background, sometimes the works' theme music. Credits are either static and flip from page to page, or scroll as a single list from the bottom of the screen to the top.

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