Take Me Or Leave

Album: World War III (2011)
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  • Vocalist Nathan Leone (from Rock Sound magazine): "This song's about accepting yourself for the best and worst parts of you. If you don't accept yourself you'll never be able to have a peaceful mind, relationship and/or life. It came at a time where we were being judged left and right and had to fight through questions ourselves. We had one of our best friends/crew dudes track the bridge which gave it a cool genre dynamic. Thematically it's another one of these broken down to your core and finding the strength in it."

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