Artist Panic! At The Disco
Album Miss Jackson (feat. Lolo) - Single
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Ebm                                       B
Climbing out back the door, didn't leave a mark
Bb
No one knows it's you Miss Jackson
Ebm
Found another victim
B                                                  Bb
But no one's ever gonna find Miss Jackson

Interlude:
Ebm  Db  Ebm  Db  Ebm  Db  B  Bb

Verse:
Ebm                            Db
You put a sour little flavor in my mouth now
Ebm                                   Db
You move in circles hoping no one's gonna find out
Ebm
But we're so lucky,
                           Db
Kiss the ring and let 'em bow down
B                                         Bb
Looking for the time of your life


Ebm                                 Db
a pretty picture but the scenery is so loud,
Ebm                                      Db
a face like heaven catching lighting in your nightgown,
Ebm                                 Db
But back away from the water, babe, you might drown-
B                               Bb
The party isn't over tonight

Pre-Chorus:
Ebm    Db
He-eyy
B                                           Db
Where will you be waking up tomorrow morning?
Ebm    Db
He-eyy
B
Out the back door
  Bb
Goddamn
But I love her anyway
Ebm  Db                         B Db
       I love her anyway
                     Ebm   Db
I love her anyway
B
Out the back door
      Bb
Goddamn
But I love her anyway

Chorus:
Ebm
Miss Jackson

Miss Jackson
         Db
Miss Jackson

Are you nasty?


B
Miss Jackson

Miss Jackson
        Db
Miss Jackson

Are you nasty?


Ebm
Miss Jackson

Miss Jackson
         Db
Miss Jackson
                       B
Are you nasty?
                      Bb
Are you nasty?

I love her anyway

Bridge:
Ebm      Db
Ohhhh
B                                             Db
Where will you be waking up tomorrow morning?
Ebm      Db
Ohhhh
B
Out the back door
       Bb
Goddamn
But I love her anyway

Verse:
Ebm                       Db
Way down 'til the fire finally dies out
Ebm                                                            Db
You've got 'em wrapped around your finger

Watch 'em fall down
Ebm                                               Db
There's something beautiful and tragic in the fall out-
B                                  Bb
Let me say it one more time

-tragic in the fall out-

Pre-Chorus:
Ebm    Db
He-eyy
B                                           Db
Where will you be waking up tomorrow morning?
Ebm    Db
He-eyy
B
Out the back door
  Bb
Goddamn
But I love her anyway
Ebm  Db                         B Db
       I love her anyway
                     Ebm   Db
I love her anyway
B
Out the back door
      Bb
Goddamn
But I love her anyway

Chorus:
Ebm
Miss Jackson

Miss Jackson
         Db
Miss Jackson

Are you nasty?


B
Miss Jackson

Miss Jackson
        Db
Miss Jackson

Are you nasty?


Ebm
Miss Jackson

Miss Jackson
         Db
Miss Jackson
                       B
Are you nasty?
                      Bb
Are you nasty?

I love her anyway

Bridge:
Ebm      Db
Ohhhh
B                                             Db
Where will you be waking up tomorrow morning?
Ebm      Db
Ohhhh
B
Out the back door
       Bb
Goddamn
But I love her anyway


Ebm                                       B
Climbing out back the door, didn't leave a mark
Bb
No one knows it's you Miss Jackson
Ebm
Found another victim
B                                                  Bb
But no one's ever gonna find Miss Jackson


N.Db
I love her anyway

Chorus:
Ebm
Miss Jackson

Miss Jackson
         Db
Miss Jackson

Are you nasty?


B
Miss Jackson

Miss Jackson
        Db
Miss Jackson

Are you nasty?


Ebm
Miss Jackson

Miss Jackson
         Db
Miss Jackson
                       B
Are you nasty?
                      Bb
Are you nasty?

I love her anyway

Bridge:
Ebm      Db
Ohhhh
B                                             Db
Where will you be waking up tomorrow morning?
Ebm      Db
Ohhhh
B
Out the back door
       Bb
Goddamn
But I love her anyway
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46 Comments

  1. the musical Fitzy

    I don’t know if anyone else does this, but I love to say “Joe Trohman” instead of “Miss Jackson.” Just me? Okee then.

  2. cocoloveschacco

    anyone have a replacement for Bb

  3. vickypilots

    +7 and -5 are the same chords, but in a different order. however, i like to switch between the two and i replace e with e minor. it still sounds good.

  4. Pros eat waffles

    If you do dm instead of e on +7 It sounds good

  5. if you’re playing -5, i replaced E with E7 and it sounded better imo

  6. frickindeliasmith

    If you can play E, then -5 is super easy

  7. Ashley Frias

    Does anyone know the strumming pattern?

  8. I use -5 and sub E for a C and it sounds better imho.

    • Greyson Dawn

      If you click on 0, even though it’s already on 0, it will give you the correct chords that most people use, including the version I wanted to play, the one Dodie Clark (doddleoddle) uses.

  9. a Dm sounds great subbed for an E on -5

  10. bearstronaut

    chucking in the pre-chorus and bridge sounds nice
    plucking all four strings at the beginning once for each chord
    plucking all four strings twice for the verses
    i recommend also plucking all the strings in the chorus for each “miss jackson”

  11. whats the best strum p

  12. whats a good stumming pattern

  13. seeing as i’m a kid i can’t play e so i play e minor and it sounds better btw

  14. CharlieThatAwkwardThing

    i love this. Thanks :)

  15. unicornlusk

    it’s not “no ones EVER gonna find miss jackson” It’s” No ones GONNA find miss jackson’

  16. Anjaaaaaaaaaaa

    +5 is super super easy :)

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