"Leave It" is a song by English rock band Yes. It appears on their 1983 album, 90125.
There were repeated single issues, most backed with remixes of the song or an a cappella version. The original version was occasionally placed as the B-side of "Owner of a Lonely Heart", and on another instance, the original version was found on a 12-inch single with another A-side track, "City of Love". The song has the distinction of being the only track from 90125 virtually unaltered from the version recorded by Squire, Rabin, White and Kaye before Jon Anderson rejoined.
The song peaked at number 24 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number 3 on the Top Album Rock Tracks chart.
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