Artist Panic! At The Disco
Album Pretty. Odd.
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G              Em         C         G
Allow me to exaggerate a memory or two
       C              G
Where summers lasted longer than
     Am             D Dsus4 D
Well longer than we do
     C              G
When nothing really mattered
          Am             Em
Except for me to be with you
       C               Am             G
But in time we all forgot and we all grew


         C             G
Your melody sounds as sweet
         Am               Em
As the first time it was sung
        C                G             D Dsus4 D
With a little bit more character for show
     C                G
And by the time your father's heard
   Am                    Em
Of all the wrong you've done
     C               Am
I'm putting out the lantern
          Am7           G
Find your own way back home



   G              Em
If I'd forgotten how to sing
   C               G
Before I sung this song
    C               G
I'd write it all across this wall
   Am              D Dsus4 D
Before my job is done
         C             G
And I'll even have the courtesy
     Am             Em
Of admitting I was wrong
       C              Am                G
As the final words before I'm dead and gone


C                       G
You've never been so divine
     Am              Em
In accepting your defeat
          C                G            D Dsus4 D
And I've never been more scared to be alone
    C            G              Am           Em
If love is not enough to put my enemies to sleep
    C                Am
I'm putting out the lantern
              Am7         G
Find your own way back home
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goodie
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goodie

+5 sounds a lot better in my opinion and its easier if you are a beginner ;)

panic at the everywhere
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panic at the everywhere

This isn’t in the original, but I think it sounds nice: After the last line, sing it again but with E7 C G D G Now I’m putting out the lantern, find your own way back home.

rEEEeeE
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rEEEeeE

DD UDU UDU

i just enjoy ukuleles
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i just enjoy ukuleles

Sounds better with a capo on the first fret in my opinion.

sharpie
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sharpie

And for “I’m putting out the lantern, find your own way back home,” instead of doing C, Am, Am7, G, I use C, G, D, G. :) that just sounds better to me.

addy.gillespie
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addy.gillespie

i agree

sharpie
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sharpie

In my opinion, if you replace most of the Am’s with D’s, it sounds better :) but that’s just me

MaxyPoo
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MaxyPoo

am i the only one who feels that AM7 sounds weird, like its not the right chord?

Maya
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Maya

I think it sounds strange as well. I ended up using D and it worked for me!

bowtiesfezes_are_cool
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bowtiesfezes_are_cool

In my opinion, you don’t even need the Dsus4 in there. If you find it uncomfortable, try simply continuing on through with D.

tjilp
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tjilp

i transposed to 5+ because thats a little bit easier for my voice

gabby
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gabby

does anyone know the strumming pattern for this song?

MaxyPoo
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MaxyPoo

if you look at the text below it says that we can’t share strumming patterns, melodies or tempo, because of copyright reasons

Amethyst
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Amethyst

In my personal opinion, I think DUD works really well for this song but that’s what works for me after playing along to it 7 times

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