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Tear It Up is a song from Hollywood Undead's live album, Desperate Measures. It was initially created sometime in 2005-2006 but was oddly never posted on the band's MySpace page. In 2007, it was re-recorded and remastered for the unreleased album Hollywood Undead. It then became one of the few original songs not to be brought over onto their debut album Swan Songs.

According to J-Dog the song is just about being up in the club. "We actually wrote those lyrics a long time ago. We used to go to clubs a lot when we were back home, so we wanted a song that people could play in clubs and dance to—bitches be shakin' their titties to it and shit. It's really about us partying at clubs. We used to do that a lot. It's making fun of all the songs that repeat themselves saying things like, 'Shake it like a salt shaker!' That kind of stuff was dominant at the time that we wrote those lyrics. All of those songs keep repeating the same things, so this is us making fun of that."

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