[Photo by: Fine Brothers Entertainment]

Fine Brothers Entertainment has already had elderly people try to decipher Twenty One Pilots lyrics, but this time they're back as the same group try to explain Panic! At The Disco's lyrics.

Check the video out below!

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Like in the Twenty One Pilots video, a group of elderly citizens are given Panic! lyrics without knowing the band and are asked to explain the lyrics. The songs featured in the video include "I Write Sins Not Tragedies," "Nine in the Afternoon," "The Ballad of Mona Lisa" and "Miss Jackson"

"These are very very literate, using "big words" so I'm kind of impressed by that. I'm curious to see who it is," comments one reactor.

One thing nearly ever person reading the lyrics could agree on is that the lyrics were very poetic and that they all enjoyed reading them. However, when it was revealed the band's lyrics belonged to Panic! At The Disco and that the band recorded their first demo while they were still in high school, they were even more impressed.

"I think the fact that they did this in high school must encourage so many young people who have dreams. It must make them feel good that you can start at a very young age and still be successful."

But what did they think about the actual music?

"It's exactly what I like in music, now I'm going to have to go and listen to all of their stuff!"

Check out the full video below!

What did you think of their interpretation of Panic! lyrics? Let us know in the comments!

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