My fingerstyle guitar arrangement of “Hallelujah” by Panic! At The Disco. You can get the guitar tab free at my website.
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“Hallelujah” is a song by American rock band Panic! at the Disco. It was released as a single on April 19, 2015 through Fueled By Ramen. It will be featured on the band’s fifth studio album. “Hallelujah” debuted at number 40 on the Billboard Hot 100 selling over 71,000 copies, becoming the band’s second top-forty hit single and the first in nine years since “I Write Sins, Not Tragedies” was released in 2006. It has been digitally streamed over 2.2 million times.
When asked about the meaning of the song, Brendon Urie responded saying, “I mean, I grew up in a religious family and, like, that was a very big part of my life, and still, very much, is even though I don’t affiliate with any specific religion. It’s just, for me, you know, the spirituality of being able to own up to your sins, as they’re called, and take responsibility for your actions really hit me this time around, and so that song really is about that, it’s, you know, taking responsibility for things that you felt guilty for in the past and just owning it, because, now, that’s a piece of you and you can’t get rid of that history, so, that’s really what it was. But it was a chance to, kind of also, you know, there’s a little tagline in there that I throw out to our fans, I like to call them ‘my sinners’, and I’m a fellow sinner, and so I think that’s a little special little throw-out to them.” Urie later stated, “When you have to own up to your mistakes, you know, praise that; as long as you take responsibility for your actions, everything else seems it can fall into place if you have that same attitude, so, that’s really what it was, it’s kind of a play on just, ‘yeah, you know, hallelujah, I’m not a sinner’, but we are, I mean the song is definitely about that”.