Death of a Bachelor- Panic! at the Disco

Do I look lonely?
I see the shadows on my face
People have told me I don’t look the same
Maybe I lost weight
I’m playing hooky with the best of the best
Put my heart on my chest so that you can see it, too

I’m walking the long road, watching the sky fall
The lace in your dress tingles my neck, how do I live?

The death of a bachelor
Oh oh
Letting the water fall
The death of a bachelor
Oh oh
Seems so fitting for
Happily ever after (woo)
How could I ask for more?
A lifetime of laughter
At the expense of the death of a bachelor

I’m cutting my mind off
Feels like my heart is going to burst
Alone at a table for two and I just wanna be served
And when you think of me am I the best you’ve ever had?
Share one more drink with me, smile even though you’re sad

I’m walking the long road, watching the sky fall
The lace in your dress tangles my neck, how do I live?

The death of a bachelor, o-o-oh! Letting the water fall
The death of a bachelor, o-o-oh! Seems so fitting for
Happily ever after, whooo, how could I ask for more?
A lifetime of laughter at the expense of the death of a bachelor

The death of a bachelor, o-o-oh! Letting the water fall
The death of a bachelor, o-o-oh! Seems so fitting for
Happily ever after, whooo, how could I ask for more?
A lifetime of laughter at the expense of the death of a bachelor

About “Death of a Bachelor”
Death Of A Bachelor” “Death Of A Bachelor” was heavily inspired by Frank Sinatra, who would have celebrated his 100th birthday this year.

Panic! singer/songwriter Brendon Urie told Pete Wentz the song is autobiographical and refers to Urie’s own marriage to Sarah Orzechowski, which began in 201

When asked about the meaning behind the song, Urie explaine

*I would say the title track, ‘Death of a Bachelor,’ is pretty much why I called the album that. [It] just really meant a lot to me. I mean, that kind of summed up how I feel now. I feel I am a new person and I’m able to talk about the past because I’m not that person any more. It’s nice to be able to set aside the past and look at it objectively instead of being stuck in that world. So that was really an eye opening experience for m

Stylistically, he described the song as a combination of Sinatra and Beyonc

I attach [Sinatra’s] music to so many memories: Opening presents on Christmas day, my grandparents teaching the rest of the family to swing dance, watching Who Framed Roger Rabbit with my siblings (Sinatra makes a cameo in the form of a cartoon sword singing ’Witchcraft’). His music has been a major player in the soundtrack of my life. So it’s only right that I return the favor and/or pay it forward
Produced By
Jake Sinclair

Written By
Lauren Pritchard
Jake Sinclair & Brendon Urie
Release Date
December 24, 2015
Fueled By RamenAtlantic Records & DCD2

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