Artist Panic! At The Disco
Album New Perspective - Single
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           G                Em
I feel the salty waves come in
            C                Cm
I feel them crash against my skin
      G           Em               C                  Cm
And I smile as I respire because I know they'll never win
          G             Em
There's a haze above my TV
             C            Cm
That changes everything I see
             G          Em
And maybe if I continue watching
              C                 Cm
I'll lose the traits that worry me


Cm -hold-
Can we fast-forward to go down on me?


      G         Em
Stop there and let me correct it
   C                        Cm
I wanna live a life from a new perspective
 G                        Em
You come along because I love your face
C                        Cm   
And I'll admire your expensive taste
G             Em
And who cares divine intervention
    C                     Cm
I wanna be praised from a new perspective
G                          Em
But leaving now would be a good idea
C                         Cm
So catch me up on getting out of here


       G              Em             C                 Cm
Taking everything for granted but we still respect the time
        G                   Em              C             Cm
We move along with some new passion knowing everything is fine
            G                  Em              C                Cm
And I would wait and watch the hours fall in a hundred separate lines
        G               Em           C        Cm
But I regain repose and wonder how I ended up inside


Cm -hold-
Can we fast-forward to go down on me?


      G         Em
Stop there and let me correct it
   C                        Cm
I wanna live a life from a new perspective
 G                        Em
You come along because I love your face
C                        Cm   
And I'll admire your expensive taste
G             Em
And who cares divine intervention
    C                     Cm
I wanna be praised from a new perspective
G                          Em
But leaving now would be a good idea
C                         Cm
So catch me up on getting out of here


Em                                                              
   More to the point, I need to show
C                             
   How much I can come and go
G  
   Other plans fell through
D
  And put a heavy load on you
Em                                    C 
  I know there's no more that need be said
                              G  
When I'm inching through your bed
                   D                    C  B  C  Cm
Take a look around instead and watch me go


      G         Em
Stop there and let me correct it
   C                        Cm
I wanna live a life from a new perspective
 G                        Em
You come along because I love your face
C                        Cm   
And I'll admire your expensive taste
G             Em
And who cares divine intervention
    C                     Cm
I wanna be praised from a new perspective
G                          Em
But leaving now would be a good idea
C                         Cm
So catch me up on getting out of here


G                   Em
It's not fair, just let me perfect it
      C                          Cm
Don't wanna live a life that was comprehensive
G                              Em
'cause seeing clear would be a bad idea
C                          Cm
Now catch me up on getting out of here
Cm
So catch me up I'm getting out of here
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Arsenic
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Arsenic

Ending on a G note also ties it up very nicely in my opinion!

vocaloidislifeu
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vocaloidislifeu

Same. And also I strum madly on the G chord because I do that a lot xD.

Tavi
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Tavi

It ties it up nicely because it starts with a g chord.

Just_another_vro
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Just_another_vro

On the Em in the chorus if you pluck the strings from top to bottom it sounds cool

Brielle
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Brielle

Anybody know what -hold- means after the CM on “can we fast forward until you go down on me”?

Piper
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Piper

It just means that you play it sustained instead of doing the strumming pattern on that part. So just play 1 downstroke and let it ring for a while while you sing that part.

caitlin
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caitlin

is it just me or does that sound super weird? it doesn’t sound right, it feels like there should be another chord or maybe some strumming in there

Paige
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Paige

It pretty much just means to strum once and let it ring out

CamrynSway
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CamrynSway

I play the CM and wait until I’m done singing then I strum down two times quickly before the chorus.

Hello
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Hello

The sturmming I use is D-D-U-U-D-U

Patrick stump is my beautiful son and I thank his father gerard way
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Patrick stump is my beautiful son and I thank his father gerard way

Thx m8

kaylee
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kaylee

Please don’t post the strumming patterns! You could get the song removed

Kenzie
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Kenzie

What?? Since when is that a thing??

ProbablyPanickingAtADiscoSomewhere
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ProbablyPanickingAtADiscoSomewhere

-7 is actually the easiest for my vocal range, so if anyone else out ther has a lower voice then this transposition will be perfect! The chords are as easy as the original ones too, and I think they sound nice

written in Sharpie
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written in Sharpie

On the last strum i like to slow down and add a single G chord to wrap it up.

Allie
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Allie

i think personally that the best strumming pattern is this:
[verse 1]strum each cord once with thumb
[chorus] D DDU
[verse 2]*same as verse one
[bridge]DD UU DU x2 for each line
[chorus] *same as chorus

Blob
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Blob

yeah I think that’s a good strumming pattern, thanks

brandonurlie
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brandonurlie

a good way to end the song is to play G, Em, C, and Cm 2-3 times and then sing “can we fast toward to go down” and then play a G

HeadFirstSlideIntoCapetownOnABadBet
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HeadFirstSlideIntoCapetownOnABadBet

I use D-DU for mostly the whole song

RyAn FrIcKiN rOsS
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RyAn FrIcKiN rOsS

Your username- I’m gonna cry

Isabella
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Isabella

Are there any easy replacements for cm I could use? ;-;

ryan’s kinKY
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ryan’s kinKY

just bar the 3 strings on the third fret and leave the G string open. it only takes one finger to do :)

lukulele
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lukulele

or you could play a c with your ring finger, middle finger on the fret next to it and pointer finger on the second string (C string) as another way to play cm because i know it’s difficult to learn to barre a chord

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