“A lot of the songs that sound like they’re about a girl, are about the band,” says Urie.
…according to Urie, the song that he most associates with Panic!’s shake-up — a mournful power-pop tune called “The Calendar” — even “started out as a different story.”
“When we started looking at the lyrics — and it wasn’t finished yet lyrically — we thought, ‘This kind of sounds like the split!’” he explains. “There’s a part in the chorus that says, ‘There’s nothing worse than knowing how it ends,’ and that really struck something in us.” That epiphany even gave Urie and Smith the drive to complete the song.
“There are a couple other lines here and there [on the record] that briefly mention the split, but just to touch on it. It was prevalent in the writing process, just because it was at the forefront of our minds, it had just happened, we wanted to talk about it,” he says.
From day one, your fragrance intoxicates me my love. It is in these moments, I want to be like silk through time. But since that day I have a single regret.
(the french intro of nearly witches translated)
#tbt to when Brendon went to the APMAs, sang Sinatra, and won an award!
(Definitely Wednesday, but we love a throwback anyway.)