Artist Panic! At The Disco
Album Death Of A Bachelor
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Verse:
          Dm     G          C
Do I look lonely? I see the shadows on my face,
            Dm       G                C
People have told me, I don't look the same,
        Dm          G           C
Maybe I lost weight, I'm playing Hooky,
                     Dm                         G                         C
With the best of the best, put your heart on my chest so that you can see it too,


Pre-Chorus:
                F        Fm             C         Am
I'm walking the long road, watching the sky fall
                 Dm               D            G
The lace in your dress tangles my neck, how do I live?

Chorus:
               Am        D        F                  C
The death of a bachelor, oh oh oh, letting the water fall,
               Am        D        F                 C
The death of a bachelor, oh oh oh, seems so fitting for,
             Am     D   F                    C
Happily ever after, ooh, how could I ask for more?
              Am       D                     F          C
a lifetime of laughter at the expense of the death of a bachelor


Verse:
               Dm      G                 C
I'm cutting my mind off, It feel like my heart is going to burst,
           Dm                G               C
Alone at a table for two and I just wanna be served,
             Dm         G          C
And when you think of me, am I the best you've ever had?
               Dm             G                        C
Share one more drink with me, smile even though you're sad.


Pre-Chorus:
                F        Fm             C         Am
I'm walking the long road, watching the sky fall,
                 Dm               D            G
The lace in your dress tangles my neck, how do I live?


Chorus:
               Am        D        F                  C
The death of a bachelor, oh oh oh, letting the water fall,
               Am        D        F                 C
The death of a bachelor, oh oh oh, seems so fitting for,
             Am     D   F                    C
Happily ever after, ooh, how could I ask for more?
              Am       D                     F          C
a lifetime of laughter at the expense of the death of a bachelor

Interlude: Am C Dm G

Chorus:
               Am        D        F                  C
The death of a bachelor, oh oh oh, letting the water fall,
               Am        D        F                 C
The death of a bachelor, oh oh oh, seems so fitting for,
             Am     D   F                    C
Happily ever after, ooh, how could I ask for more?
              Am       D                     F          C
a lifetime of laughter at the expense of the death of a bachelor
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Ned
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Ned

+5 with a capo on the 3rd fret is kinda nice, chords are fairly (local) easy and the pitch is comfortable. easier for higher voices and make sure to switch between head and chest voice, especially in the pre-chorus

ren
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ren

im mad at you
fairly local shalln’t

Oh!YouPrettyThings
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Oh!YouPrettyThings

Dang those high notes are KILLING me!

Reaper_
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Reaper_

If it’s hard at first, try to warm up using higher notes and try to just let go of your fears of sounding bad and try your best, you can do it c:

Vega Kestrup
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Vega Kestrup

hey everyone. I’m pretty new and I saw a girl on youtube (Chloe) that sang this song (and she was playing ukulele). Can someone help me to find the chords she is using? I reeeally like her version of the song (it’s kinda like Doodies but with an ukulele)

Typhoon
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Typhoon

What’s her account? Maybe you could search on Google to see which chords she was using?

CutAndCopyConversations
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CutAndCopyConversations

Yeah I was wondering that also…Her name is chloe moriondo. She’s really good I can’t find her chords anywhere; she keeps her hands below the camera.

Lethia
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Lethia

this has nothing to do with anything but chloe moriondo is awesome lol

Cassi
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Cassi

I know right!

heey.mariii
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heey.mariii

I think after the C you can add a C7
G 0
C 0
E 0
A 1

shelby_black21
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shelby_black21

I put a capo on the first fret and used the strumming pattern DDU UDU

prettysounds
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prettysounds

ok yall need to chill about the whole dodie thing jesus

pilot at the disco
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pilot at the disco

thank you for saying that

Qwerty7890
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Qwerty7890

I mean Cmaj7, sorry.

Qwerty7890
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Qwerty7890

I use Cmaj instead of C for the verses and pre-chorus, I think it sounds better. Just a tip

yeemo_kj
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yeemo_kj

I sing the song +1 but keep the chords as 0 and it sounds fine

Milo Chen
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Milo Chen

I use the strum with DDUU DU
If anyone knows the finger picking version, pleas halp.

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