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Behind the Sea

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Panic! at the Disco



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Guitarist Ryan Ross recalled to VH1: "That was really cool. I walked in one day and these guys were talking about the song and they said, 'Why don't you try to sing this?' I sang it because it was me and Jon's (bassist Jon Walker) song, (so) I knew the song well. We did it and everyone thought it was cool. It's still one of the coolest songs on the album.
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Comments (7):

I think that Ryan Ross wrote and sang about the people, culture and religion of Atlantis.
- Jon, Clinton,, IA
i don't understand his quote up there, it's like he didn't know the song and they just wanted him to sing it.
- Chase, Knoxville, Sweden
Ryan Ross has one of the most amazing and unique voices I've ever heard.
- CLB, A place, VA
So what is this song actually about?
- Jamal, Cleveland, OH
PANIC AT THE DISCO IS THE BEST BAND IN THE WORLD! This song is so awesome. ryan rss is soo good. its a shame he didnt get to sing in a fever you cant sweat out.
- Cdawg, Philadelpha, PA
I love it,me and my friend KC like the ending 'cause its really hard to sing and we end up messing up and laughing our heads off
- jenna, Nova Scotia, Canada
ryan ross's voice is amazing.
this is my favorite song on the album.
- Leah, Florissant, MO
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