Drop every pretense Drown every sense you own For the girl that you love Girl you loathe Insistent pretext So what does that make god To the girl that you love Girl you loathe The girl that you love Girl that you love Girl that you love Knows you don't Denominations Surrender all control To the girl that you love All control Our indignation To every tainted soul And the girl you love All control The girl that you love Girl that you love Girl that you love Knows you don't The girl that you love Girl that you love Girl that you love Knows you don't Followed her Followed her Followed her Followed her home The girl that you love
|“|| I got back from a vacation with my wife, Spencer (Smith, drums) and his girlfriend. We spent two days in London and four days in Paris. It was a week of vacationing, having good time, good food. We got back and I was trying to learn French, and slowly getting it, then started to lose it and got mad at myself. I wanted to write a song in French. I was singing in French, which was 'Marshmallow Heart,' and everyone heard it as 'Girl That You Love.' I had the song mapped out... singing in French."
"Then it became matching syllables to words in English," he continued. "That's how it got built, from French to English, with different meaning, but matching syllables."
"Girl That You Love" was originally written in French following a five-day vacation in France. Bassist Dallon Weekes, who also performed lyrical duties for the album, later penned the English lyrics for the song based on Uries French demo. The song was originally written by Urie about his former bandmate Ryan Ross, and was dedicated to him in the album booklet.
|Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die!|
|01||This Is Gospel|
|04||Girl That You Love|
|08||Far Too Young to Die|
|10||The End of All Things|
|Bonus||Can't Fight Against the Youth|
|Bonus||All the Boys|