The Pantaloon chords with lyrics by Twenty One Pilots - Easy chords and tabs for guitar

Twenty One Pilots – The Pantaloon chords

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Capo 2

G CYour grandpa died
EmWhen you were nine
DThey said he had
GLost his mind
CYou have learned
EmWay too soon
D G C Em DYou should never trust the pantaloon
G CNow it's your turn
EmTo be alone
DFind a wife
GAnd build yourself a home
CYou have learned
EmWay too soon
D C That your dad is now a pantaloon
GYou are tired
EmYou are hurt
DA moth ate through
CYour favorite shirt
G EmAnd all your friends fertilize
DThe ground you walk
C D GLose your mind
*either no music or quiet C, G, Em, D progression here* He's seen too many stare downs Between the sun and the moon In the morning air How he used to hustle all the people Walking through the fairgrounds He's been around so long He's changed his meaning of a chair now Because a chair now, Is like a tiny island in the sea of all the people Who glide across the very surface That made his bones feeble The end can't come soon enough But is it too soon? Either way he can't deny He is a pantaloon C
GYou are tired
EmYou are hurt
DA moth ate through
CYour favorite shirt
G EmAnd all your friends fertilize
DThe ground you walk
C D GLose your mind
G CYou like to sleep alone
EmIt's colder than you know
DCause your skin is so
GUsed to colder bones
CIt's warmer in the morning
EmThan what it is at night
DYour bones are held together
CBy your nightmare and your frights
GYou are tired
EmYou are hurt
DA moth ate through
CYour favorite shirt
G Em And all your friends fertilize
DThe ground you walk
C D GLose your mind
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