Could be either to be honest…

After last week’s bombshell that we had all been getting the words to Panic! At The Disco‘s (P!ATD) ‘I Write Sins Not Tragedies’ for years, Brendon Urie has blown our mind once again… offering some alternate lyrics to the title track of his newest album, ‘‘Death Of A Bachelor’ (DOAB).

Shocked is an understatement. Last time round, some eagle-eyed P!ATD fans had noticed that the ‘I Write Sins…’ lyrics in the (original) album booklet list the line as “closing a goddam door” rather than “closing the goddam door” which is totally better by the way.

Urie clarified the situation (via Twitter) – phew! – by saying he has sung both versions of the words – see tweet in photo below.

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So that was that…. UNTIL another P!ATD fan dropped this bombshell on us:

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“YES” is not a good enough answer Mr Urie. What is going on here?!

According to the official lyric booklet that comes with the album – the line is “tangles” – can be briefly seen in the photo below (squint).

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That should be the end of it, right? WRONG… A quick Google search tells us a very different story.

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Hmmm… So when we’re singing along to DOAB what are we supposed to say – tin-agle – who knows. We’ll just go straight to the source on this issue.

P!ATD fans! What do you think it is? Let us know in the comments below.

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