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Justin Bieber's 'Take You', 'Fall' and 'Maria' From 'Believe' Leaked

June 14, 2012 (9:18 am) GMT
The three songs from the Biebs' upcoming studio installment hit the web in full prior to the album release on June 19.
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Less than a week from the release date of 's "Believe", more songs from the set have leaked online. They are dance jam "Take You", ballad track "Fall" and upbeat song "Maria" which only appears in the deluxe version of the album.

"I could take you out/ I could take you home/ I could take you anywhere you wanna go," the boyfriend of seduces a girl in "Take You". He goes mellow in "Fall", which his manager Scooter Braun revealed to be inspired by 's tearjerker romantic film "A Walk to Remember".

With "Maria", meanwhile, the Biebs clearly takes a jab at Mariah Yeater who accused him of fathering her child. "She ain't my baby/ She ain't my girl," some back-up singers are belting out the lyrics of the track, which is preceded with an excerpt from interview in which the Canadian singing sensation denied the allegation.

Prior to "Take You", "Fall" and "Maria", two other songs from the June 19 release have also hit the web in full. They were "Beauty and the Beat" and "Right Here" which feature and respectively. Unlike the above mentioned tracks, -assisted "As Long As You Love Me" was officially released online on June 11.

"Take You":


"Fall":


"Maria":


"Beauty and the Beat":


"Right Here":


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