And Now It's Time for Silly Songs with Larry: The Complete Collection is a 2-disc set featuring 35 Silly Songs to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of VeggieTales and BigIdea.
- VeggieTales Theme Song (Disc 1 only)
- The Water Buffalo Song (re-recording)
- The Song of the Cebú
- Lance the Turtle
- Dance of the Cucumber
- Schoolhouse Polka
- Endangered Love
- His Cheeseburger
- Pizza Angel
- The Biscuit of Zazzamarandabo
- Donuts for Benny
- Supper Hero
- Love My Lips
- Belly Button
- Sneeze if You Need To!
- Astonishing Wigs!
- Happy Toothday
- Oh, Santa!
- The Eight Polish Foods of Christmas
- The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything
- The Yodeling Veterinarian of the Alps
- The Blues With Larry
- Best Friends Forever
- Goodnight Junior
- Gated Community
- A Mess Down In Egypt
- Sport Utility Vehicle
- Sippy Cup
- Where Have All the Staplers Gone?
- Larry's High Silk Hat
- The Hairbrush Song
- Bubble Rap
- Kilts and Stilts
- Each song (except for the Theme Song) appears on both discs, with Disc 1 featuring each standard version, and Disc 2 featuring sing-along/karaoke versions.
- The songs on Disc 1 are completely out of order, and are separated into the following categories: Silly Animal Songs, Silly Dance Songs, Silly Food Songs, Silly Me Songs, Silly Christmas Songs, Silly People Songs, Songs About Silly Places, and Silly Stuff Songs.
- The songs on Disc 2 are in alphabetical order, and without a "Play All" option.
- Additionally, each song featured on disc 1 that were made in the full screen aspect ratio are stretched around the edges of the screen so they fit alongside the ones made in widescreen. This includes Bellybutton which is already in widescreen, and Larry's High Silk Hat which had a widescreen version included as a bonus feature on the Lyle the Kindly Viking DVD. Each full screen song remains unchanged on Disc 2, likely because each of these sing-along versions are taken directly from previously released DVDs.
- For an unknown reason, My Baby Elf (from Lord of the Beans) isn't included on either disc, or the album of the same title that came out the same day. Thus, calling this "The Complete Collection" is technically wrong.