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Soul Of A Man chords

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Hello all. For this tab, the 2017 Broadway version, performed by Brendon Urie, is used. The first version of this tab is the original version in C Major, whereas this one is in the key of B. Was this info helpful? Yes No
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[Intro]
B B/A# G#m G#m/F# E E/D# E F#

[Verse 1]
B          B/A#  G#m        G#m/F#
  I'm bad news, a black and blues-er
E         E/D#     E              F#
 Who's a loser, a merry-go-round spiraling down
B       B/A#    G#m              G#m/F#
I'm all used up, I'm chaffed and chewed up
E            E/D#            E                F#sus
 Who's just screwed up, the same old Charlie hitting the ground.

[Chorus]
F#                       B         B/A#  G#m      G#m/F#
  Cause I'll never be the soul of a man, noble and wise
        E           E/D#   E        F#
Like the soul of a man who lifted me high
        B         B/A#  G#m        G#m/F#
Like the soul of a man, heroic and true
          E         E/D#       E         F# F#/E
 Like the soul of a man that I looked up to
F#/D#                F#/C#
     What else could I do?

[Verse 2]
B         B/A#   G#m G#m/F#
  Stupid Hubris, no excuses
E          E/D#      E                          F#
  Blew my fuses, I guess I'm just a ruse in my fathers shoes
B      B/A#   G#m  G#m/F        E          E/D#
  Not amusing, no cofusing, this streak of losing
E                  F#sus
Totally brutal and useless too.

[Chorus]
F#               B         B/A#   G#m      G#m/F#
 How can I be the soul of a man, noble and wise
        E         E/D#      E         F#
Like the soul of a man who lifted me high
        B         B/A#   G#m       G#m/F#
Like the soul of a man, heroic and true
        E        E/D#        E          F# F#/E
Like the soul of a man that I looked up to
F#/D#
What else could I...

[Break]
G#m            D#m
 Just when I'm reaching for that rung at the top
           E                        F#
I'm that broken heel unsteady and ready ready to drop

[Chorus]
C             C/B                Am          Am/G
 When will I be the soul of a man, noble and wise
        F            F/E    F         G
Like the soul of a man who lifted me high
C          C/B    Am       Am/G
 Soul of a man, heroic and true
         F         F/E          F        G G/F
Like the soul of a man that I looked up to
G/E               G/D C C/B
 What else could I do?
Am      Am/G    F       F/E
  I'll never be, no I'll never be
F                G
I have gone and let you down
C   C/B     Am       Am/G
  Oh! Soul! Soul of a man
F                 F/E
Here comes that familiar sound
F                               G G# A# C
 Same old Charlie hitting the ground
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robyyynnnnn 20 Jul 04, 2017 02:23 AM

You do realize that this song isn't by Panic! At The Disco, right lol? It's a Broadway song started with Kinky Boots, before Brendon was casted. Either way, it would just be Brendon and not his whole band.

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