"Do You Know What I'm Seeing" as written by Brendon Boyd Urie, Spencer James Smith, Jonathan Jacob Walker and George Ryan Ross....
Clouds are marching along,
Singing a song, just like they do.
If the clouds were singing a song,
I'd sing along, wouldn't you too?

If you just knew, what they could do.
If you just knew, what they would do?
And if the birds are just hollow words,
Flying along, singing a song.
What would they do, if they knew,
What they could do.
If they just knew.

I know it's sad that I never gave a damn about the weather,
And it never gave a damn about me.
I know it's sad that I never gave a damn about the weather,
And it never gave a damn about me.
No, it never gave a damn about me.

I know it's mad, but if go to hell,
Will you come with me, or just leave?
I know it's mad, but the world were ending,
Would you kiss me, or just leave me?
Just leave me.

Clouds are singing a song, marching along
Just like they do.
If the clouds were playing a song,
I'd play along, wouldn't you too?

If you just knew what they could do.
If you just knew, what would they do?

And if words are just hollow birds,
Flying along, singing a song.
What would they do, if they just knew,
What we could do, oh, if they just knew.

I know it's sad that I never gave a damn about the weather,
And it never gave a damn about me.
I know it's sad that I never gave a damn about the weather,
And it never gave a damn about me.
No, it never gave a damn about me.

I know it's mad, but I go to hell,
Will you come with me, or just leave?
I know it's mad, but the world were ending,
Would you kiss me, or just leave me?
Just leave me.

I know it's sad that I never gave a damn about the weather,
And it never gave a damn about me.
I know it's sad that I never gave a damn about the weather,
And it never gave a damn about me.
No, it never gave a damn about me.

I know it's sad that I never gave a damn about the weather,
And it never gave a damn about me.
I know it's sad that I never gave a damn about the weather,
And it never gave a damn about me.
No, it never gave a damn about me.

No, it never gave a damn about me.


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"Do You Know What I'm Seeing?" as written by George Ross Brendon Urie

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    General Commentwhat is this?
    fueledbyramenaddicton February 02, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentAre these reall the new lyrics, or are they just a piece of a whole song. God I hope it's just a piece.
    Miraclemanon February 09, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentNah, this is the lyrics to the song.
    I think it reminds me of The Nightmare Before Christmas/Corpse Bride at some parts?
    breakmylimbson March 08, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General Commentbrendons voice sounds lovely in this song

    it is a different sound then i expected.

    i think it'll take a while to get used to coming from panic



    but i already like it. :]
    auberginedreams09on March 09, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI really love this song, and their new style. It gives them a more mature and appealing air.
    I love all of their new lyrics, too. They're stronger than the last album's.

    Can't wait for Pretty. Odd.
    WishingForYouon March 12, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General Commentoh wow his voice in this is so clear and pretty. like i melt everytime
    it makes me wanna cry almost. i just love the way he delivers the song. it makes them so strong and emotional and i am just in love with panic. they are incredible.
    panic=lifeon March 13, 2008   Link
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    General CommentTo me, this song is about how the world is changing and he's okay with it. The line

    "I know its sad that I never gave a damn about the weather
    and it never gave a damn about me"

    seems to be more about people, because like the weather, people are always changing.

    I love this song, it's beautiful. I especially love the line about going to hell with the person.
    whoacassieon March 13, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI kind of made a connection with London Beckoned Songs About Money Written By Machines when it said:
    The weather today is
    Slightly sarcastic with a good chance of
    A. Indifference or
    B. Disinterest in what the critics say
    I kinda thought weather meant critics, and they still don't give a damn about what the critics say?
    applehxcsauceon March 16, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThe bit where he sings 'I know it's mad...'
    I instantly thought of Sweeney Todd. In actual fact, this song has that whole broadway vibe. How awesome.
    sarraicyon March 17, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThe whole album seems to have an "Alice In Wonderland" theme...like, the whole tea party thing, and rabbits ("Mad As Rabbits"), and everything. And I know Ryan is an Alice In Wonderland fan. In this song specifically, the "I know its sad that I never gave a damn about the weather and it never gave a damn about me" reminds me of the part in Alice In Wonderland where some bird creature is singing at sea "And I never ever ever do a thing about the weather, because the weather never ever does a thing for me!" Similar verse IMO.
    mywordsareweaponson March 18, 2008   Link

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