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"The Ballad of Mona Lisa"

Release date

February 1, 2011

Genre(s)

Alternative rock, pop punk, pop rock, power pop, baroque pop

Length

3:47 (album version)
3:34 (music video version)

Label

Fueled by Ramen,
Decaydance

"The Ballad of Mona Lisa" (also referred to simply as"Mona Lisa") is the first single from Panic! At the Disco's third studio album, Vices & Virtues. The single was released on the 1st of February 2011 and has a running time of 3:34 in the music video, 3:47 in the album. Brendon Uriewrote the song about his personal struggles and convictions many years prior to the songs production. The song itself was written before the band began recording their second album Pretty. Odd.. "A few of the ideas — like "The Ballad of Mona Lisa", specifically — was from an idea I had probably four years ago, before we even started touring on Pretty. Odd, and it was just sitting in my laptop collecting figurative dust on my hard drive, not really doing much," said Urie. "That ended up being a really good intro to the whole process. I showed the band a couple times," said Urie, "but it just fell to the wayside, we never did anything with it. Other ideas beat it out or whatever reason it was.' The song was also inspired by Urie's move from Deutsche bank uae careers Vegas, Nevada where he had lived his entire life, to Santa Monica, California. Urie notes that the move was "a hugepart of growing up."

Lyrics

She paints her fingers with a close precision
He starts to notice empty bottles of gin
And takes a moment to assess the sins she’s paid for

A lonely speaker in a conversation
Her words were swimming through his ears again
There's nothing wrong with just a taste of what you've paid for

Say what you mean
Tell me I'm right
And let the sun rain down on me
Give me a sign
I want to believe

Whoa, Mona Lisa,
You're guaranteed to run this town
Whoa, Mona Lisa,
I'd pay to see you frown

He senses something, call it desperation
Another dollar, another day
And if she had the proper words to say,
She would tell him
But she'd have nothing left to sell him

Say what you mean
Tell me I'm right
And let the sun rain down on me
Give me a sign
I want to believe

Whoa, Mona Lisa,
You're guaranteed to run this town
Whoa, Mona Lisa,
I'd pay to see you frown

Mona Lisa wear me out
Pleased to please ya
Mona Lisa wear me out

Say what you mean
Tell me I'm right
And let the sun rain down on me
Give me a sign
I want to believe

Whoa, Mona Lisa,
You're guaranteed to run this town
Whoa, Mona Lisa,
I'd pay to see you frown

Say what you mean
Tell me I'm right
And let the sun rain down on me
Give me a sign
I want to believe

There's nothing wrong with just a taste of what you've paid for

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Источник: https://panicatthedisco.fandom.com/wiki/The_Ballad_of_Mona_Lisa

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Panic! At The Disco: The Ballad of Mona Lisa Meaning

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The hardest part of interpreting the song is finding out the context in which the lines are sung. I feel that there are 4 different members of this story: the Narrator, Mona Lisa, a man who is most likely a very close friend of Mona Lisa, and a client.

I'll start analyzing the lines from the beginning

"She paints her fingers with a close precision, he starts to notice empty bottles of gin, he takes a moment to assess the sins she's paid for" this is relatively obvious. a woman, mona lisa, has suddenly begun to drink a lot and get all dressed up before going out somewhere. A man of unknown relation to her starts to notice these things, and he wonders what they mean. These lines are said by the narrator.

"A lonely speaker in a conversation" This shows that he amazon self published books to talk to her about it, but she's being very stubborn and won't say much, making him the only one saying anything. Again said by the narrator.

"Her words are spinning through his ears again: Theres Nothing Wrong With Just A Taste Of What You Payed For" in this line, mona lisa seems to have finally given in and said something of use. The first part is the narrator, but the second part is clearly a quote said by mona lisa directed towards the man in the story. This leads the listener to believe that she is a prostitute; she dresses up nicely, drinks a lot, and gives people what they payed for. It leads to no other logical conclusion

"Say what you mean! Tell me i'm right, and let the sun rain down on me! Give me a sign, I want to believe!" These are the first lines in the song which the man says himself. He is asking her, probably desperately and emotionally, to tell him exactly what she's talking about without being so unclear and mysterious. The sun naturally represents enlightening or a gaining of knowledge, so he's asking her to tell him the truth. He then says give me a sign i want to believe, which is possibly a way of saying "i think you're a whore based on what scott trades youtube acting like right now. just tell me the truth. if you aren't then i want to believe that you're a good person"

"Whoa Mona Lisa, you're guaranteed to run this town." The man shows that if she were a prostitute she would become the main event of the town because she is most likely an outgoing, beautiful, and mysterious woman. She would become the town's mona lisa panic at the disco obsession, and the man knows it, so he tries mona lisa panic at the disco warn her not to go through with prostitution.

"Whoa Mona Lisa, I'd pay to see you frown" The painting The Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci is famous because of Mona Mona lisa panic at the disco smile; it appears that she has some kind of dark mysterious secret, and people always wonder what it is. The man in the song makes a reference to this, by saying that instead of paying her for sex he would pay her to end her secrets and wipe that smug, mysterious smile off her face.

"He senses something call it desperation, another dollar another day" The narrator is now telling of a NEW man, different from the first man who sings the chorus. This man is a client of mona lisa and is paying her for her services. He senses something different in her, possibly that she's only in the prostitution business in order to get money, not because she wants to be. She is desperate, and probably poor.

"And if she had the proper words to say she would tell him. But she'd have nothing left to sell him" The narrator shows that the client seems to have questioned her about her desperation and why she chose to be a prostitute. She knew exactly what she wanted to tell him, but whatever she wanted to say would have made the man decide not to hire her, so she didn't say anything. She most likely would have told the truth, leading the man to feel sorry for her and not pay for her services, or she would have insulted him, which obviously would have pushed him away too.

(Chorus again, same interpretation except at this point she seems to have gotten home from the client and the first man is singing to her again)

"Mona Lisa, wear me out. Pleased to please ya" This is spoken by the client. In all seriousness, it's probably a kind of orgasmic feeling that he's going through and he's really liking her services. She's wearing him out and he's pleased to have sex with her.

(Chorus, same interpretation)

Источник: https://www.lyricinterpretations.com/panic-at-the-disco/the-ballad-of-mona-lisa

Ballad of Mona Lisa

LETRA 'BALLAD OF MONA LISA'

Ballad of Mona Lisa en español

She paints her fingers with a
close precision.
He starts to notice empty
bottles of gin.
And takes a moment to assess the
sins she's paid for.

A lonely speaker in a
conversation.
Her words were swimming
through his ears again.
There's nothing wrong
with just a taste
of what you've paid for.

Say what you mean
tell me i'm right.
And let the sun rain down on me.
Give me a sign
I want to believe.

Whoa oooh oooh Mona Lisa
guaranteed to run this town.
Whoa oooh oooh Mona Lisa
I'd pay to see you frown.

He senses something
call it desperation.
Another dollar, another day.
And if she had the
proper words to say
she would tell him
but she'd have nothing left to sell him.

Say what you mean
tell me i'm right.
And let the sun rain down on me.
Give me a sign
I want to believe.

Whoa oooh oooh Mona Lisa
guaranteed to run this town.
Whoa oooh oooh Mona Lisa
I'd pay to see you frown.

Mona Lisa
wear me out
pleased to please ya.
Mona Lisa
wear me out.

Say what you mean
tell me i'm right.
And let the sun rain down on me.
Give me a sign
I want to believe.

Whoa oooh oooh Mona Lisa
guaranteed to run this town.
Whoa oooh oooh Mona Lisa
I'd pay to see you frown.

Say what you mean
tell me i'm right.
And let the sun rain down on me.
Give me a sign
I want to believe.

There's nothing wrong
with just a taste
of what mona lisa panic at the disco paid for.

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Vices & Virtues

Mona Lisa

by Panic! At The Disco

on Vices & Virtues (2011)

She paints her fingers with a close precision
He starts to notice empty bottles of gin
And takes a moment to assess the sin
She's paid for

A lonely speaker in a conversation
Her words are swimming through his ears again
There's nothing wrong with just a taste of what you've paid for

Say what you mean
Tell me I'm right
And let the sun rain down on me
Give me a sign
I want to believe

Woah, Mona Lisa,
You're guaranteed to run this town
Woah, Mona Lisa,
I'd pay to see you frown

He senses something, call it desperation
Another dollar, another day
And if she had the proper words to say,
She would tell him
But she'd have nothing left to sell him

Say what you mean
Tell me I'm right
And let the sun rain down on me
Give me a sign
I want to believe

Woah, Mona Mona lisa panic at the disco guaranteed to run this town
Woah, Mona Lisa,
I'd pay to see you frown

Mona Lisa, yeah
Pleased to please you
Mona Lisa

Say what you mean
Tell me I'm right
And let the sun rain down on me
Give me a sign
I want to believe

Woah, Mona Lisa,
You're guaranteed to run this town
Woah, Mona Lisa,
I'd pay to see you frown

Say what you mean
Tell me I'm right
And let the sun rain down on look at me now rap lyrics me a sign
I want to believe

There's nothing wrong with just a taste of what you've paid for
Источник: https://songsear.ch/song/Panic-At-The-Disco/Mona-Lisa/806806

The Ballad of Mona Lisa Songtext
von Panic! at the Disco

The Ballad mona lisa panic at the disco Mona Lisa Songtext

She paints her fingers with a close precision
He starts to notice empty bottles of gin
And takes a moment to assess the sin she's paid for
A lonely speaker in a conversation
Her words are swimming through his ears again
There's nothing wrong with just a taste
Of what you paid for

Say what you mean, tell me I'm right
And let the sun rain down on me
Give me a sign, I want to believe

Whoa, Mona Lisa
You're guaranteed to run this town
Whoa, Mona Lisa
I'd pay to see you frown

He senses something, call it desperation
Another dollar, another day
And if she had the proper words to say, mona lisa panic at the disco would tell him
But she'd have nothing left to sell him


Say what you mean, tell me I'm right
And let the sun rain down on me
Give me a sign, I want to believe

Whoa, Mona Lisa
You're guaranteed to run mona lisa panic at the disco town
Whoa, Mona Lisa
I'd pay to see you frown

Mona Lisa, wear me out
I'm pleased to please ya
Mona Lisa, wear me out

Say what you mean, tell me I'm right
And let the sun rain down on me
Give me a sign, I want to believe

Whoa, Mona Lisa
You're guaranteed to run this town
Whoa, Mona Lisa
I'd pay to see you frown

Say what you mean, tell me I'm right
And let the sun rain down on me
Give me a sign, I want to believe

There's nothing wrong with just a taste
Of what you paid for

Writer(s): Feldmann John William, Walker Brad Butch, Urie Brendon Boyd, Smith Spencer James Lyrics powered by www.musixmatch.com

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Источник: https://www.songtexte.com/songtext/panic-at-the-disco/the-ballad-of-mona-lisa-539ce799.html

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