Take It Away


Take It Away

Take It Away may refer to:

* "Take It Away" (Paul McCartney song), song by Paul McCartney from his 1982 album "Tug of War"
* "Take It Away" (The Used song), song by The Used from their 2004 album "In Love and Death"
*"Take It Away", song by Raven from their 1983 album "All for One"
*"Take It Away", song by The Butterfly Effect from their 2001 EP "The Butterfly Effect EP"


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