Refrain: What should I do I've got no clue If only you knew I'm longing for you The feeling came out, out of the blue If only you knew I'm longing for you. 2. I don' even remember being so afraid People often say that fortune favors the brave Pondering why, why I can't Every moment I'm just trying, all-out It's so hard Will I ever ever ever do it right. Refrain What should I do I've got no clue If only you knew I'm longing for you The feeling came out, out of the blue If only you knew I'm longing for you.
Brendon Boyd Urie (born April 12, 1987) is an American singer, songwriter, and musician, best known as the lead vocalist of Panic! at the Disco, of which he is the only original member remaining. Urie was born in St. George, Utah, and his family moved to Las Vegas, Nevada, when he was two years old. He is the fifth and youngest child born to Grace and Boyd Urie. He is of about one quarter Polynesian descent from Hawaii, through his mother's side.
I'm longing for you. I don' even remember being so afraid. People often say that fortune favors the brave. Pondering why, why I can't. Every moment I'm just trying, all-out. Will I ever ever ever do it right. What should I do. I've got no clue. Out of the blue ooo. If only you knew. I'm longing for you. Добавил: Admin. Переведено сервисом Яндекс. Расширение для YouTube. Следующий клип: Sean Paul ft.
Brendon Urie is an American singer, songwriter and t best known for his work as the frontman - and more recently, the sole member - of the Las Vegas pop-rock. Brendon wrote and recorded Panic! At The Disco’s fifth studio album, Death Of A Bachelor, entirely by himself, effectively making it a solo album. The album very clearly shows a Sinatra influence, which is unsurprising, considering the fact Urie has the man’s face tattooed on his arm. In fact, Brendon has said before that he considers Frank Sinatra his biggest musical inspiration. His band’s older albums also seem to show influences of artists like the Smashing Pumpkins and The Who, alongside more ‘classic’ musicians like The Beatles, Bowie and Queen.
I like to think I’ve improved in terms of production style and writing. Obviously, I hope for the best whenever I work on something, but I don’t think about it too much until the album is finally out. I’m so fortunate to still be doing what I’m doing. Photograph: Burak Cingi/Redferns. What happened to the song you did with 5 Seconds of Summer? I’m writing all the time, and whether songs end up on a Panic album remains to be seen, but I had a song and I gave it to 5 Seconds of Summer. They were into it, but I’m not sure what’s happening with it. That happens a lot in the industry, it’s very strange.
|1||Bringin' On Love||04:08|
|3||Turning To You||04:54|
|4||Love Came Down||03:59|
|7||I Must Surrender||05:44|
|8||You Were Singing||05:03|
|11||What I Was Longing For||04:10|