Artist Panic! At The Disco
Album Vices & Virtues
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Intro: Fm Fm Bbm C7


Fm
She paints her fingers with a close precision
Fm
He starts to notice empty bottles of gin
Bbm                       C7
And takes a moment to assess the sin
       Fm
She's paid for


Fm
a lonely speaker in a conversation
Fm
Her words are spinning through his ears again
Bbm                                 C7                   Fm
There's nothing wrong with just a taste of what you've paid for


Db             Ab
Say what you mean
             C7
Tell me I'm right
            Fm       Eb       Db
And let the sun rain down on me
           Ab
Give me a sign
             C7
I want to believe


Db
Woah, Mona Lisa,
Fm                    Eb
You're guaranteed to run this town
Db   Bbm
Woah, Mona Lisa,
Fm                 C7
I'd pay to see you frown


Fm  Fm  Bbm  C7


Fm
He senses something, call it desperation
Fm
Another dollar, another day
Bbm                        C7
And if she had the proper words to say,
               Fm
She would tell him
But she'd have nothing left to sell him

Fm

Db             Ab
Say what you mean
             C7
Tell me I'm right
            Fm       Eb       Db
And let the sun rain down on me
           Ab
Give me a sign
             C7
I want to believe


Db
Woah, Mona Lisa,
Fm                    Eb
You're guaranteed to run this town
Db   Bbm
Woah, Mona Lisa,
Fm                 C7
I'd pay to see you frown


Bridge:
Fm          Ab      C7
Mona Lisa, wear me out
Fm          Ab      C7
Pleased to please Ya
Fm          Ab      C7
Mona Lisa, wear me out

- Strum only once -
Db             Ab
Say what you mean
             C7
Tell me I'm right
            Fm       Eb       Db
And let the sun rain down on me
           Ab
Give me a sign
             C7
I want to believe


Db
Woah, Mona Lisa,
Fm                    Eb
You're guaranteed to run this town
Db   Bbm
Woah, Mona Lisa,
Fm                 C7
I'd pay to see you frown


Db
Say what you mean
             Fm
Tell me I'm right
             Eb               Db
And let the sun rain down on me
           Ab
Give me a sign
             C7
I want to believe

Fm  Fm

Bbm                                 C7                   Fm
There's nothing wrong with just a taste of what you've paid for    
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cinnabon

this is off-topic but how i remember the strings are “Gray Cats Eat Ass”

i just got so emo i fell apart

hiya emo pals! i used -duu-duu-ddu- the whole song except for single down strums and then i did the original transposion and i just put a capo on the first fret

spooky brendon

this is also SUPER super super super helpful!! u guys r literally the best and r so helpful ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

im a lil depressed

THANK YOU SO MUCHHH this is like my fave song but i couldnt find the strumming pattern this rlly helped!

Miss Jackson (r u nasty)

after “i’d pay to see you frown” you can strum open and it sounds like the brendon does at the end of the line

thanks pete

on the last mona lisa wear me out I like to add a c It sounds very nice

Frerard_is_ Real

I’ve looked on other websites and so far this one is the best sounding for any of you who are curious :)

Panic! At The Chemical Romance Reversed Pilots

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHH <33333

Frerard_is_ Real

Same

panicatthejourney

mary did it

AnAverageAmoeba

It sounds really dark and cool a half step down (I actually tuned my ukulele, I didn’t transpose, but the concept fits)

cxry

PSA
instead of “-spinning through his ears again”, it’s actually “-swimming through his ears again”

cxry

I also recommend adding F into the bridge.
Personally I find that it sounds better.
So for ex:
Am F C E7
Mona Lisa, wear me out

Am F C E7
Pleased to please ya

._just.a.killjoy_.

I agree. It gets rid of the weird gap

I panicked but it wasnt at a disco

For all my frens, i use D-U-X (X meaning chink or a muted strum) in everything except the single downstrums when indicated. I also strum down on E7 three times in between lyrics, it sounds like the song.

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