How properly are you aware the phrases to a few of Panic! on the Disco’s greatest songs? Billboard’s Jake Cornell hit New York City’s Times Square to learn the way many individuals might end the hits in the case of the musical musings of Brendon Urie.
When one group of ladies who're seemingly unfamiliar with the band are requested to play, they notice that the title appears like “Panda on the Disco,” whereas one other group of contributors kindly volunteer to deck Cornell out in an emo look by drawing on some eyeliner on his eyes for him.
When it involves the track “High Hopes,” a number of persons are requested to finish the road, “Didn’t know the way however I at all times had a sense.” The right reply could be “I used to be gonna be that one in one million,” however one participant suggests the inventive reply, “I used to be gonna get up/ My head began spinning/ Then I went again to sleep/ And then I wakened grinning.”
“I Write Sins Not Tragedies” follows, and contestants fare comparatively properly, with certainly one of them even noting that he not too long ago used a line from the track as an Instagram caption.
People are additionally given lyrics from “Say Amen (Saturday Night),” together with the road “I pray for the depraved on the weekend/ Mama, can I get one other amen?” When requested what follows “Mama,” responses embody “Mama say a prayer for me, too,” “Mama can I name you?” and “Mama can I am going exterior?.”
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