Panic! at the Disco – Far Too Young To Die

Panic! at the Disco - Far Too Young To Die Chords

Panic! at the Disco – Far Too Young To Die Chords and Lyrics

Artist : Panic! at the Disco
Song : Far Too Young To Die

[Intro] : F#m D A E

[Verse 1] : 
F#m
I've never so adored you
D
I'm twisting allegories now
A
I want to complicate you
E
Don't let me do this to myself
F#m
I'm chasing roller coasters
D
I've got to have you closer now
A
Endless romantic stories
E
You never could control me

[Chorus] : 
       F#m
Well I never really thought that you'd come tonight
         D
When the crown hangs heavy on either side
        A                                           E
Give me one last kiss while we're far too young to die.
F#m            D
                 Far too young to die
A              E
                 Far too young to die

[Verse 2] : 
F#m
Fixation or psychosis?
D
Devoted to neurosis now
A
Endless romantic stories
E
You never could control me

[Chorus] : 
       F#m
Well I never really thought that you'd come tonight
          D
When the crown hangs heavy on either side
         A                                          E
Give me one last kiss while we're far too young to die.
       F#m
Well I never really thought that you'd come tonight
          D
When the crown hangs heavy on either side
         A                                          E
Give me one last kiss while we're far too young to die.
F#m            D
                 Far too young to die
A              E
                 Far too young to die

[Chorus] : 
        F#m
Well I never really thought that you'd come tonight
          D
When the crown hangs heavy on either side
         A                                           E
Give me one last kiss while we're far too young to die.
                 F#m
Far too young to die

Panic! at the Disco – Far Too Young To Die Ver. 2 Chords and Lyrics

*/Capo 1

[Intro] : Dmaj7 
          D
          A
          E

Dmaj7
I never so adored you
D
I'm twisting allegories now
A
I want to complicate you
E
Don't let me do this to myself
Dmaj7
I'm chasing roller coasters
D
Ive got to have you closer now
A
Endless romantic stories
E
You never could control me

[Chorus] :
       Dmaj7
Well I never really thought that you'd come tonight
          D
When the crown hangs heavy on either side
         A                                         E
Give me one last kiss while we're far too young to die
Dmaj7                          D
                                  far too young to die     

A        E

[Verse 2] :
Dmaj7
Fixation or psychosis?
D
Devoted to neurosis now
A
Endless romantic stories
E
You never could control me

[Chorus] :
       Dmaj7
Well I never really thought that you'd come tonight
          D
When the crown hangs heavy on either side
         A                                         E
Give me one last kiss while we're far too young to die
      Dmaj7
Well I never really thought that you'd come tonight
          D
When the crown hangs heavy on either side
         A                                         E
Give me one last kiss while we're far too young to die
Dmaj7                          D
                                  far too young to die     

A        E

[Chorus] :
Dmaj7
Well I never really thought that you'd come tonight
D
When the crown hangs heavy on either side
A                                                  E
Give me one last kiss while we're far too young to die
                 Dmaj7
Far too young to die

Panic! at the Disco – Far Too Young To Die Ver. 3 Chords and Lyrics

[Intro] : Gm Eb Bb F 

[Verse 1] : 
Gm
I never so adored you
Eb
I'm twisting allegories now
Bb
I want to complicate you
F
Don't let me do this to myself
Gm
I'm chasing roller coasters
Eb
Ive got to have you closer now
Bb
Endless romantic stories
F
You never could control me

[Chorus] : 
       Gm
Well I never really thought that you'd come tonight
          Eb
When the crown hangs heavy on either side
         Bb                                         F
Give me one last kiss while we're far too young to die
Gm                          Eb
                                  Far too young to die     

Bb        F

[Verse 2] : 
Gm
Fixation or psychosis?
Eb
Devoted to neurosis now
Bb
Endless romantic stories
F
You never could control me

[Chorus] : 
       Gm
Well I never really thought that you'd come tonight
          Eb
When the crown hangs heavy on either side
         Bb                                         F
Give me one last kiss while we're far too young to die
      Gm
Well I never really thought that you'd come tonight
          Eb
When the crown hangs heavy on either side
         Bb                                         F
Give me one last kiss while we're far too young to die
Gm                          Eb
                                  Far too young to die     

Bb       F

[Chorus] : 
Gm
Well I never really thought that you'd come tonight
Eb
When the crown hangs heavy on either side
Bb                                                  F
Give me one last kiss while we're far too young to die
                 Gm
Far too young to die

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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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