Panic! at the Disco – Build God, Then We’ll Talk

Panic! at the Disco - Build God, Then We'll Talk Chords

Panic! at the Disco – Build God, Then We’ll Talk Chords and Lyrics

Artist : Panic! at the Disco
Song : Build God, Then We’ll Talk

[Verse 1] : 
Am               F#             C        E        F           Am      C
  It's these substandard motels on the (lalalalala) corner of 4th and Fremont 
  E 
Street
 Am        F#                  D         E
Appealing only because they're just that unappeling 
 F              Am             E               F#
Any practiced catholic would cross themselves upon entering
Am           F#            D            E      F       Am       F#        E
  The rooms have a hint of asbestos and maybe just a dash of formaldehyde
Am        F#           D     E                 F     Am       E       F#
And the habit of decomposing right before your very (lalalala)   eyes.

Along with the people in

[Chorus] : 
Bm  D          G          F#
side     what a wonderful 
     Bm    D   G        F#
caricature of intemacy
  Bm   D       G         F#
inside, what a wonderful
     Bm     D  G      F#
caricature of intemacy

[Bridge] : 
  F#                          Bm
Tonight tenants range from: a lawyer and a virgin 
      F#                      D                F#                   
Accessorizing with a rosary tucked inside her lingerie
       F#       Bm          F#        Bm
She's getting a job at the firm come Monday
     F#       Bm            E          F#
The Mrs will stay with the cheating attorney
     Bm        G        D                E
moonlighting aside she really needs his money
    F#          Bm         D     F#  
Oh wonderful caricature of intimacy.

Yeah (Yeah)
 
[Verse 2] : 
F#    D        E           G        Bm   E       F     Bm      Bbmin
 And not to mention the constable and his proposition for that virgin
F#       D              E        G          Bm     E                 F#
Yes the one the lawyer met with on strictly business as he said to the Mrs
 Bm           F#            D    E         G          Bm      E          F#    
   Well only hours before after he had left  she was fixing her face in a compact.
 Bm     F#    D         E                         F#
There was a terrible crash (There was a terrible crash)
Bm         F#            D                   E               G
  Between her and the badge she spilled her purse and her bag 
Am    E      F#         D        F#
  And held a purse of a different kind.

[Chorus] : 
                        Bm   D
Along with the people inside
        G      F#      Bm      D   G     F# 
What a wonderful  caricature of   intimacy
   Bm  D         G      F#      Bm       D  G    F#
Inside   what a wonderful   caricature of  intimacy
GM7
There are no

[Chorus 2] : 
F#  Bm       D         A             F#
Raindrops on roses and girls in white dresses. 
   E              D           F#                                                              
And sleeping with roaches and taking best guesses
      Bm           D           F#             E        
At the shade of the sheets and before all the stains
          D                 
And a few more of your least favorite things
F#  Bm        D        A             F#
Raindrops on roses and girls in white dresses
   E              D           F#               
And sleeping with roaches and taking best guesses 
      Bm            D            F#           E
At the shade of the sheets and before all the stains
          D                             GM7
And a few more of your least favorite things

[Bridge 2] : 
  Bm  D         G      F#      Bm       D  G    F#
Inside   what a wonderful   caricature of  intimacy 
  Bm  D         G      F#      Bm       D  G    F#
Inside   what a wonderful   caricature of  intimacy
  
[Chorus 2] : 
F#  Bm       D         A             F#
Raindrops on roses and girls in white dresses. 
   E              D           F#                                                              
And sleeping with roaches and taking best guesses
      Bm           D           F#             E        
At the shade of the sheets and before all the stains
          D                 
And a few more of your least favorite things
F#  Bm        D        A             F#
Raindrops on roses and girls in white dresses
   E              D           F#               
And sleeping with roaches and taking best guesses 
      Bm            D            F#           E
At the shade of the sheets and before all the stains
          D                             GM7
And a few more of your least favorite things

Panic! at the Disco – Build God, Then We’ll Talk Ver. 2 Chords and Lyrics

Am         E                  C          D      F           Am      D
It's these substandard motels on the (lalalalala) corner of 4th and Fremont   
E
   Street.
Am        E                     C         D
Appealing only because they are just that un appealing
F             Am             D                E         Am
Any practiced catholic would cross themselves upon entering.
          E                C          D     F      Am      D       E  
The rooms have a hint of asbestos and maybe just a dash of formaldehyde,
Am      E             C      D                 F     Am       D      E 
And the habit of decomposing right before your very (lalalala) eyes.

                        Am     
Along with the people inside
C      F      E   Am        C   F    E    
What a wonderful caricature of intimacy
Am      C      F     E   Am         C  F    E
Inside, what a wonderful caricature of intimacy

F                              Am
Tonight tenants range from: a lawyer and a virgin
F                               C       E
Accessorising with a rosary tucked inside her lingerie

      F         Am         F         Am 
She's getting a job at the firm come Monday.
    F         Am            D          E
The Mrs. will stay with the cheating attorney
Am           E          C                D    
Moonlighting aside, she really needs his money.
       F       Am        C     E
Oh, wonderful caricature of intimacy.

E
Yeah (Yeah)

Am E             C            D         F    Am          D    E        Am 
      And not to mention, the constable, and his proposition, for that virgin 
E        C              D        F            Am         D        E	  Am
Yes, the one the lawyer met with on "strictly business"     as he said to the Mrs. 
           E             C     D      F             Am         D       E    Am
Well, only hours before, after he had left, she was fixing her face in a compact.
E       C     D        F           		   Am	
  There was a terrible crash (There was a terrible crash)
        E           C                      D             F       
Between her and the badge, she spilled her purse and her bag, 
    Am      D           E         C D E
And held a "purse" of a different kind.

                        Am     
Along with the people inside
C      F      E   Am        C   F    E    
What a wonderful caricature of intimacy
Am      C      F     E   Am         C  F    E
Inside, what a wonderful caricature of intimacy
     
There are no

F             Am                      F 
Raindrops on roses and girls in white dresses.
                   C           E                        
It's sleeping with roaches and taking best guesses
         F            E                 C       D    
(At the) shade of the sheets and before all the stains
F          Am           D              E
 And a few more of your least favorite things.

F             Am                      F 
Raindrops on roses and girls in white dresses.
                   C           E                        
It's sleeping with roaches and taking best guesses
         F            E                 C       D        
(At the) shade of the sheets and before all the stains
F          Am           D              E
 And a few more of your least favorite things.

Am      C      F     E   Am         C  F    E
Inside, what a wonderful caricature of intimacy
Am      C      F     E   Am         C  F    E
Inside, what a wonderful caricature of intimacy

F             Am                      F 
Raindrops on roses and girls in white dresses.
                   C           E                        
It's sleeping with roaches and taking best guesses
         F            E                 C       D        
(At the) shade of the sheets and before all the stains
F          Am           D              E
 And a few more of your least favorite things.

F             Am                      F 
Raindrops on roses and girls in white dresses.
                   C           E                        
It's sleeping with roaches and taking best guesses
         F            E                 C       D        
(At the) shade of the sheets and before all the stains
F          Am           D              E  C
 And a few more of your least favorite things.

Panic! at the Disco – Build God, Then We’ll Talk Ver. 3 Chords and Lyrics

*/Capo 2

[Verse] : 
Am            F               C       G
It's these substandard motels on the (lalalalala)
Am        F       C       E
corner of 4th and Fremont Street.
Am        F                     C         G
Appealing only because they are just that unappealing,
E                                                      Am
Any practiced catholic would cross themselves upon entering.
Am        F                C          G 
The rooms have a hint of asbestos and maybe
Am     F       C       E
just a dash of formaldehyde,
Am      F             C      G
And the habit of decomposing right before your
Am    F        C    E
very (lalalala) eyes.

[Chorus] : 
E                     Am
Along with the people inside
F      C        G   Am      F  E
What a wonderful caricature of intimacy
Am     F        C        G   Am       F  C     E
Inside,  what a wonderful  caricature of intimacy

E                             Dm
Tonight tenants range from: a lawyer and a virgin
       Am                   C
Accessorizing with a rosary tucked inside her lingerie
      Am                   F
She's getting a job at the firm come Monday.
    C                       G
The Mrs. will stay with the cheating attorney
    Am                  F
moonlighting aside, she really needs his money.
    C                       E
Oh, wonderful caricature of intimacy.

E
Yeah (Yeah)

[Verse] : 
Am         F                         C          G                Am
And not to mention, the constable, and his proposition, for that virgin
         F                        C
Yes, the one the lawyer met with on strictly business
E                 Am
as he said to the Mrs. Well, only hours before,
F              C                      G            Am
after he had left, she was fixing her face in a compact
            Dm       E
There was a terrible crash (there was a terrible crash)
Am                  F
Between her and the badge
                              C               G                    E
She spilled her purse and her bag, and held a purse of a different kind.

[Chorus] : 
E                       Am
Along with the people inside
       F           C           G
What a wonderful caricature of intimacy
Am             F           C           E 
Inside, what a wonderful caricature of intimacy

[Bridge] : 
E            Am           F                        C
There are no raindrops on roses and girls in white dresses.
                   G                       Am
It's sleeping with roaches and taking best guesses
       Am                        F
At the shade of the sheets and before all the stains,
C                      E
And a few more of your least favorite things.

Am           F                        C
Raindrops on roses and girls in white dresses
                   G                       Am
It's sleeping with roaches and taking best guesses
       Am                        F
At the shade of the sheets and before all the stains,
C                      E
And a few more of your least favorite things. 

  Am           F           C           G
Inside, what a wonderful caricature of intimacy
  Am           F           C           E
Inside, what a wonderful caricature of intimacy

[Instrumental] : Am F C G
                 Am F C E

[Bridge] : 
Am           F                        C
Raindrops on roses and girls in white dresses
                   G                       Am
It's sleeping with roaches and taking best guesses
       Am                        F
At the shade of the sheets and before all the stains,
C                      E
And a few more of your least favorite things.

Am           F                            C
Raindrops on roses and the girls in white dresses
                      G                            Am
And sleeping with the roaches and they taking best guesses
       Am                        F
At the shade of the sheets and before all the stains
C                      G              E      
And a few more of your least favorite things.

Panic! at the Disco – Build God, Then We’ll Talk Ver. 4 Chords and Lyrics

[Verse] :
Bm            F# aug            D          E        G      Bm        E
It's these substandard motels on the (lalalalala) corner of 4th and Fremont
  F#
Street. 
Bm             F#aug                D          E 
Appealing only because they're just that un appealing
G                Bm              E              F#
Any practiced catholic would cross themselves upon entering. 
Bm          F#aug              D         E        G   Bm      E   F#        
The rooms have a hint of asbestos and maybe just a dash of formaldehyde,
Bm         F#aug       D          E            G     Bm       E      F# 
And the habit of decomposing right before your very (lalalala) eyes.
                        
[Chorus 1] : 
    F#                    Bm     
(Along with the people) inside
D      G      F#   Bm    D      G    F#              
What a wonderful caricature of intimacy
Bm      D     G     F#   Bm         D   G    F#
Inside, what a wonderful caricature of intimacy

G                              Bm
Tonight tenants range from: a lawyer and a virgin 
G                               D       F#
Accessorizing with a rosary tucked inside her lingerie 

G               Bm          G         Bm 
She's getting a job at the firm come Monday.
G               Bm          E          F#
The Mrs. will stay with the cheating attorney
Bm           F#aug         D          E    
moonlighting aside, she really needs his money.
       G       Bm        D     F#
Oh, wonderful caricature of intimacy.
F#     F#
Yeah (Yeah)

[Verse] :
Bm F#aug         D            E         G         Bm          E
    And not to mention, the constable, and his proposition, for
    F#   Bm 
that "virgin"
  F#aug        D          E          G          Bm              E        
Yes, the one the lawyer met with on "strictly business" as he said to the
F#
Mrs. 
Bm        F#aug           D          E      G       Bm           E        
Well, only hours before, after he had left, she was fixing her face in a
F#
compact.
Bm        F#aug    D       E       
There was a terrible crash (There was a terrible crash)
Bm        F#aug     D                       E             G         Bm
Between her and the badge, she spilled her purse and her bag, and held 
      E         F#     D    F#
a "purse" of a different kind.

       F#                Bm   D
(Along with the people) inside
       G      F#    Bm       D   G    F#
What a wonderful caricature of intimacy
Bm    D         G    F#   Bm         D  G   F#     
Inside, what a wonderful caricature of intimacy

GM7 
There are no

[Chorus 2] :
G             Bm                      G 
Raindrops on roses and girls in white dresses. 
                      D  F#                                             
It's sleeping with roaches and taking best guesses
              G      F#aug      D               E    
At the shade of the sheets and before all the stains
G          Bm           E           F#
And a few more of your least favorite things.

G           Bm                         G
Raindrops on roses and girls in white dresses
                   D    F#                    G
It's sleeping with roaches and taking best guesses 
                   G  F#aug       D             E 
At the shade of the sheets and before all the stains
G         Bm            E             F#
And a few more of your least favorite things.

Bm   D       G      F#    Bm         D  G   F#
Inside, what a wonderful caricature of intimacy
Bm   D        G     F#    Bm         D  G   F#
Inside, what a wonderful caricature of intimacy

G           Bm                         G
Raindrops on roses and girls in white dresses
                   D    F#                   G
It's sleeping with roaches and taking best guesses 
                 G  F#aug       D             E 
At the shade of the sheets and before all the stains
G         Bm            E             F#
And a few more of your least favorite things.

G           Bm                         G
Raindrops on roses and girls in white dresses
                   D    F#                   G
It's sleeping with roaches and taking best guesses 
                G   F#aug       D             E 
At the shade of the sheets and before all the stains
G         Bm            E             F#
And a few more of your least favorite things.

Panic! at the Disco – Build God, Then We’ll Talk Ver. 5 Chords and Lyrics

[Verse] : 
Bm                     A                  G       G             F#  F       
It's these substandard motels on the (lalalalala) corner of 4th and Fremont
F#
Street. 
Bm        A                               F# G F# 
Appealing only because they are just that un appealing
G                      F#    F                F# 
Any practiced catholic would cross themselves upon entering.
Bm               A                       G  G      F#      F         F#
The rooms have a hint of asbestos and maybe just a dash of formaldehyde,
Bm      A                    F#    G F#        G     F#        F  F# 
And the habit of decomposing right before your very (lalalala) eyes.

[Chorus] : 
F#                      Bm
Along with the people inside
D      A        F#  Bm   Em  D   F#
What a wonderful caricature of intimacy
Bm      D      A      F# Bm        Em D   F#      
Inside, what a wonderful caricature of intimacy

[Verse 2] : 
G                             Bm
Tonight tenants range from: a lawyer and a virgin
G                    Bm
Rising with a rosary tucked inside her lingerie 
      Em        F#         G         A
She's getting a job at the firm come Monday.
    Em        F#            G        A
The Mrs. will stay with the cheating attorney
    Em       F#         G                A
moonlighting aside, she really needs his money.
  Em        F#            G      A
A wonderful caricature of intimacy.

F#
Yeah (Yeah)

Bm         A            F# G F#                                  Bm    
And not to mention, the constable, and his proposition, for that "virgin"
A                       G            G                 F#
Yes, the one the lawyer met with on "strictly business"
F                    F# Bm         A
as he said to the Mrs., only hours before,
         G         G       F#         F       F#
after he had left, she was fixing her face in a compact.
F#          F# G F#
There was a terrible crash (There was a terrible crash)
Bm      A       
Between her and the badge
                G                  G   F#     F       F#
She spilled her purse and her bag, and held a "purse" of a different kind.

[Chorus] : 
F#                      Bm
Along with the people inside
D      A        F#  Bm   Em  D   F#
What a wonderful caricature of intimacy
Bm      D      A      F# Bm        Em D   F#      
Inside, what a wonderful caricature of intimacy

[Bridge] : 
F#         
There are no
G            Bm                       G
raindrops on roses and girls in white dresses.
                       Bm              
It's sleeping with the roaches and taking best guesses
   Em           F#         G              A 
So shed off the sheets and before all the stains
 Em       F#           G              A#
And a few more of your least favorite things.

G            Bm                       G
raindrops on roses and girls in white dresses.
                       Bm              
It's sleeping with the roaches and taking best guesses
   Em           F#         G              A 
So shed off the sheets and before all the stains
 Em       F#           G              A#
And a few more of your least favorite things.

[Refrain] : 
Bm      D      A     F#  Bm         Em D      F#
Inside, what a wonderful caricature of intimacy
Bm      D      A     F#  Bm         Em D      F#
Inside, what a wonderful caricature of intimacy

[Bridge] : 
G            Bm                       G
raindrops on roses and girls in white dresses.
                       Bm              
It's sleeping with the roaches and taking best guesses
   Em           F#         G              A 
So shed off the sheets and before all the stains
 Em       F#           G              A#
And a few more of your least favorite things.

G            Bm                       G
raindrops on roses and girls in white dresses.
                       Bm              
It's sleeping with the roaches and taking best guesses
   Em           F#         G              A 
So shed off the sheets and before all the stains
 Em       F#           G              A#
And a few more of your least favorite things.

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About Panic! at the Disco

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Panic! at the Disco

Panic! at the Disco is an American rock band from Las Vegas, Nevada, formed in 2004 by childhood friends Brendon Urie, Ryan Ross, Spencer Smith and Brent Wilson. Since 2015, vocalist Urie has been the only official member of the band, with drummer Dan Pawlovich, bassist Nicole Row, and guitarist Mike Naran accompanying him on tour. Panic! at the Disco recorded their first demos while they were in high school. Shortly after, the band recorded and released their debut studio album, A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out (2005). Popularized by the second single, “I Write Sins Not Tragedies”, the album was certified double platinum in the US. In 2006, founding bassist Brent Wilson was fired from the band during an extensive world tour and subsequently replaced by Jon Walker.

Influenced by 1960s rock bands the Beatles, the Zombies and the Beach Boys, and preceded by the single “Nine in the Afternoon”, the band’s second studio album, Pretty. Odd. (2008) marked a significant departure from the sound of the band’s debut. Ross and Walker, who favored the band’s new direction, departed because Urie and Smith wanted to make further changes to the band’s style. The duo subsequently formed a new band, the Young Veins, leaving Urie and Smith as the sole remaining members of Panic! at the Disco.

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