Ballad of Mona Lisa: Steampunk vampires, plus a murder conspiracy.
Nine In The Afternoon: Drugs ft. a marching band
That Green Gentleman: Drugs ft. Russian nesting dolls.
Miss Jackson: Brendon killed a hooker, some tires got set on fire and also there was this magic lady who gave her soul up or something. It was a bad day for everyone.
But It’s Better If You Do: Brendon secretly goes to a secret illegal strip club, keeping it a secret from his wife who just so happens to secretly work there. Good times.
Lying Is The Most Fun: People with fish tank heads which is apparently a metaphor for having sex??
Nicotine: Brendon clones himself to deal with the loss of his girlfriend.
This Is Gospel: Murderous doctors.
Ready To Go: Brendon accidentally travels to a different time/dimension, dances with some emo swiffers, gets shot out of a canon, is transported to Toonville, and then everybody decided to go all Singing In The Rain. In conclusion: what the fuck.
Build God, Then We’ll Talk: Mime porn.
Girls/Girls/Boys: To raise awareness of bisexuality, Brendon Urie goes naked.
Northern Downpour: Why are there words on everything.
Let’s Kill Tonight: Shockingly normal, considering the title and the lyrics of the song.
Hallelujah: Illusions, illusions everywhere.
Emperor’s New Clothes: Despite the amount of religiously themed songs, Brendon decides that Hell is the place for him.
Look all I’m saying is if Fall Out Boy could come off hiatus, Panic! At The Disco can sure as hell have a reunion tour where Ryan and Brendon sing Northern Downpour together and then everybody dies happy