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The 10 Best Panic! at the Disco Non-Singles

You know and love "I Write Sins Not Tragedies," but how deep does your love of Panic! go? Here are some killer tunes that deserve a bit more love.

1 / 10

"Time To Dance"

Panic! at the Disco, in their earliest days, embraced a weird type of Vaudevillian pop--they loved dressing like Renaissance men (literally) and wrote songs about dancing, beautiful women...and beautiful dancing women. Here's all of that, at its very peak: It's "Time to Dance."

2 / 10

"There's a Good Reason These Tables Are Numbered Honey, You Just Haven't Thought of It Yet"

Not only is this the wordiest song title of all time, it's also the wordiest song of all time. Frontman Brendon Urie has always been a literary guy, and the restaurant narrative of this tune is a bit much...but once you climb on board, you'll love it.

3 / 10

"Nails for Breakfast, Tacks for Snacks"

This one opens with possibly the most adorably insulting way to tell a drunk person to shut the fuck up: "Watch your mouth / Oh, oh, oh / Because your speech is slurred enough." It's also weirdly romantic in a way that only truly makes sense in Panic!'s universe.

4 / 10

"I Have Friends In Holy Spaces"

This is one of the shortest songs in Panic! at the Disco's repertoire, which makes it unfortunately overlooked. But it's, like, super sweet and delicate and lovely--at times, it recalls those interludes on Paramore's self-titled record from 2013. What could be better?

5 / 10

"She's a Handsome Woman"

Panic! loves playing with gender norms in any way they can (there's a reason this band spent much of their early years rocking blouses and talking about high heels and such). "She's a Handsome Woman" is no exception.

6 / 10

"Trade Mistakes"

This song, like much of Panic!'s third album, Vices & Virtues, was co-penned by our fave producer John Feldmann of Goldfinger. You can tell because the drums are at the front of the mix in a way Feldy is known for--and it makes for a killer pop rock tune.

7 / 10

"Nearly Witches (Ever Since We Met...)"

This song sounds like a Christmas carol at the beginning and gets very theatrical, very quickly. What else would we expect from our Las Vegas boys?

8 / 10

"Nicotine"

With lines like "Cross my heart and hope to die / Burn my lungs and curse my eyes / I've lost control and I don't want it back / I'm going numb, I've been hijacked / It's a fucking drag," love never sounded so addicting...or painful.

9 / 10

"Casual Affair"

...Scratch that. NOW love has never sounded so addicting. At least in "Casual Affair," it's highly sexy and dangerous.

10 / 10

"Sarah Smiles"

Panic! loves over-the-top instrumentation, and "Sarah Smiles" is no exception. That accordion intro is enough to inspire anyone to pick up the instrument. There are also these beautiful Beach Boys harmonies in the middle before a horn section comes in.

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