Artist Twenty One Pilots
Album The Pantaloon
Genre(s)
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Verse:
A            D
Your grandpa died
              Gbm
When you were nine
          E
They said he had
         A
Lost his mind
         D
You have learned
        Gbm
Way too soon
           E                    A     D     Gbm     E
You should never trust the pantaloon

Chorus:
A             D
Now it's your turn
       Gbm
To be alone
       E
Find a wife
                     A
And build yourself a home
         D
You have learned
        Gbm
Way too soon
          E                 D           
That your dad is now a pantaloon


Bridge:
              A
You are tired
              Gbm
You are hurt
                   E
A moth ate through
                    D
Your favorite shirt
                    A          Gbm
And all your friends fertilize
                    E
The ground you walk
D    E    A
Lose your mind


-no music-

He's seen too many stare downs
Between the sun and the moon
In the morning air
How he used to hustle all the people
Walking through the fairgrounds
He's been around so long
He's changed his meaning of a chair now
Because a chair now,
Is like a tiny island in the sea of all the people
Who glide across the very surface
That made his bones feeble
The end can't come soon enough
But is it too soon?
Either way he can't deny
He is a pantaloon

Bridge:
D
              A
You are tired
              Gbm
You are hurt
                   E
A moth ate through
                    D
Your favorite shirt
                    A          Gbm
And all your friends fertilize
                    E
The ground you walk
D    E    A
Lose your mind

Verse:
A                       D
You like to sleep alone
                          Gbm
It's colder than you know
                      E
Cause your skin is so
                     A
Used to colder bones
                       D
It's warmer in the morning
                    Gbm
Than what it is at night
                      E
Your bones are held together
                                   D
By your nightmare and your frights

Chorus:
              A
You are tired
             Gbm
You are hurt
                   E
A moth ate through
                    D
Your favorite shirt
                    A          Gbm 
And all your friends fertilize
                    E
The ground you walk
D    E    A
Lose your mind
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EmoKidFromSouthernLands

Lol I was playing this song in the living room and then when it said “you should never trust the pantaloon” my dad said “that’s true. Do not trust a pantaloon.”
It was funny because never in my life had my family made any comment on the songs I play on the uke.

Yodelayheehoo

The part where it says there is no music you can do the chords from the first chorus.

Angel_with_a_music_box

If you have trouble with E you can just do E7 and it sounds great :D

Alyssa

If you use an E7 chord but instead of pushing down on the C string you mute it, it is a easier way to play the E chord. Sorry if I don’t use all the right terminology I’m not that familiar with the uke I’m just a music major that knows chords haha :)

Annabelle Rose

If you want to make this sound even cuter you can pluck the secong string(C) the pluck the rest together

forrestoftrees

oh my gosh that is so great

Vvvalle2023

im confused, what?

Lauren Carpenter

That’s so cute oh my gosh thank you

Anna kan Sky Walker

Omg it’s so cute thank you

Ruby

anyone know the tab for the piano part at the very beginning? this is my little brothers fav TØP song so I’m trying to figure it out so I can play it for him?
thanks frens!

nobody appreciates banjo players

The piano plays a flat 7th arpeggio in the key of E so it’s E, G#, B, D for three octaves then a G# at the end. No idea if I’m right or not though haha

LonelyTrashCan

A|-0—-7–0-4—7–0-4—7–0-4—-2—-| repeat.
E|—————————————————|
C|—————————————————|
G|—————————————————|

obi-wan cannoli

if you want to give it a more piano/fingerstyle sound, try plucking the G string once then the C E and A strings at the same time as you play the chords. play this pattern throughout the whole song, and pluck all four strings at the same time once each for the chorus.

Armann Dhaliwal

E chord can be played by holding the G, C, and E string while muting the A string on 4rth fret.

TW3NTY0NEP1L0T5

what fret does the capo go on

MyPrettyWeeper

For -1, it’s the first fret.

Thea

The Second Fret If You Want The Easier Version ||-//

LonelyTrashCan

is that supposed be a title or something?

TDoggo

This is really good! I prefer to stay at 0 and use E7 instead of E. Much easier and sounds great!

Hedderstheowl

On “lose your mind” I find it sounds nicer to play Dm Dm A rather than D E A

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