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Panic At The Disco - Theres A Good Reason These Tables Are Numbered Honey You Just Havent Thought Of It Yet tab

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**Due to the unorthadox nature of the song and the non-reliance on guitar/chords, this
is giving me trouble. I am not used to writing tabs, but I am posting what I have so far 
hopes that someone will see this incomplete version and assist me with finishing it. If you
can help, my email is (stigmakiller[at]

Here is what I have so far. Obviously I am not looking for ratings because it is unfinished.**

Song Title: "There's A Good Reason These Tables are Numbered Honey, You Just Haven't
Of It Yet"
Album: A Fever You Can't Sweat Out

[X] = Open Chord [000000]
* = unfinished section

Update: On the suggestion of a comment, I have changed the notes to sharps. Sounds more 
but I will continue my work on this tab until it is a good version for acoustic guitar.


D#                                     C#
Please leave all overcoats, canes and tophats
with the doorman. From that moment
you'll be by yourself and underdressed.
I'm wrecking this evening already and
loving every minute of it.
C#                            B#                B
Ruining this banquet for the mildly inspiring end.

             D# (hammer/palm-mute)
When you're in black slacks with accentuating off-white
C#           C#         B#          A
pinstripes, whoa-oh. Everything goes
      B     G#    F#    D#
A - cord - ing - to - plan.

[ Tab from: ]
D#                     C#
I'm the new cancer, never looked better
F#           B#
you can't stand it.
         B#                  B#
And you say so under your breath
                 B                B
you're reading lips "when did he get all confident?"

*Haven't you heard that I'm the new cancer?
*I've never looked better and you can't stand it.

Transition: B# B# B#-B#-B-B-[X]


*Next is a trip to the- the ladies' room in vain and,
*I bet you just can't keep up with, with fashionistas and
*Tonight, tonight, you are, you are a whispering campaign
*I bet to them your name is cheap, I bet to them you look like shhh...

D#                    C#
Talk to the mirror. Oh, choke back tears!
And keep tellin' yourself that:

*"I'm a diva."
D#                         C#
Oh and the smokes in that cigarette box
         F#                B#
on the table they just so happened to be
  B#   B   B#    B#    B#   [X]   B
laced with ni - tro - gly - ce - rin

[Repeat: "I'm the new cancer"]

[BRIDGE] (slow strum)

D#           C#          F#           B#
Haven't you heard that I'm the new cancer
     B#            B          D#
I've never looked better and you can't stand it.

        D#                          C#
And i know, and i know, it just doesn't feel like
          F#                         B#
a night out with no one sizing you up.
            B#             B
I've never been so surreptitious so of course
         D#                            D#
I'll be distracted when I spike the punch.

I love the song and wish I could play it all. My email is at the top if you have corrections
or can help me finish the chords. Credit for tablature goes to Andrew McLaughlin, and of
credit for the song goes to Panic! At The Disco. Thanks.
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