Definitions for take control
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word take control
take hold, take charge, take control(verb)
to take charge, to assume control
"Take Control" is a song by American R&B singer-songwriter Amerie from her third studio album, Because I Love It. Written by Cee-Lo Green, Mike Caren, and Amerie and released as the album's lead single in late 2006, the Caren-produced track contains excerpts from Brazilian musician Tom Zé's 1970 song "Jimmy, Renda-se", written by Tom Zé and Valdez, and elements of Hall & Oates' 1980 song "You Make My Dreams", written by Daryl Hall, John Oates, and Sara Allen.
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Take control of your image!
Take control of your emotions before your emotions take control of you.
We do not believe it is necessary for the state attorney general to take control.
If the government does not meet our demands we will take control of our resources. We will manage our own oil.
I believe it's time for direct action on climate change, standing together as ordinary Australians to take control of our shared future.
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