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Yes — Leave It
Album: 90125
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Released: 1983
Length: 4:12
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I can feel no sense of measure
No illusions as we take
Refuge in young man's pleasure
Breaking down the dreams we make
Real

One down one to go
Another town and one more show
Downtown they're giving away
But she never came back

No phone can take your place
You know what I mean
We have the same intrigue
As a court of kings

Ah... leave it
Ah... leave it

Two down there you go
MacArthur Park in the driving snow
Uptown they're digging it out
Better lay your claim

Get home you're not alone
You just broke out of the danger zone
Be there to show your face
On another dreamy day

Ah... leave it
Ah... leave it

(Do do do...)

(Ah...) Goodbye goodbye goodbye bad
(...leave it) Hello hello heaven
(Ah...) Goodbye goodbye goodbye bad
(...leave it) Hello hello heaven

I can feel no sense of measure
No illusions as we take
Refuge in young man's pleasure
Breaking down the dreams we make
Real

Ah leave it
Ah leave it

(Ah...) Goodbye goodbye goodbye bad
(...leave it) Hello hello heaven
(Ah...) Goodbye goodbye goodbye bad
(...leave it) Hello hello heaven

(Ah...)
One down one to go
Another town and one more show
(...leave it)
(Ah...)
One down one to go
Another town and one more show
Leave it!
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Good with some decent music
90125 was a great comeback album for Yes who has changed their lineup so many times over the years. \'Leave It\' is not the best on this album but the harmonies are enjoyable to listen to after not hearing it for so many years. Trevor Rabin is a great guitarist and added a new dimension to Jon Anderson\'s vocals that Squire and Howe could not. The old classics on the Yes Album and Close to the Edge are still my favorites though.