One Direction is just days from releasing its sophomore album, Take Me Home, but snippets of two new songs have leaked online. Take a listen!

UPDATE: A third clip has leaked as well, of what is supposed to be “Heart Attack.”

The first clip, 25 short seconds of what is allegedly “Kiss You,” courtesy of OfficialLeaks on Soundcloud, is an upbeat tune that starts out with an electronic riff.

“Oh I just want to take you anywhere that you like / We could go out any day, any night / Baby I’ll take you there, take you there / Baby I’ll take you there yeah,” sing the 1D boys.

“Oh tell me tell me tell me how to turn your love on / You can get get anything that you want / Baby just shout it out shout it out,” the clip continues before leaving us hanging.

The second clip, from BlameStyles on Tumblr, slows things down a bit. It’s labeled as “Last First Kiss,” though we can’t confirm the title.

After reassuring a special girl of their undying love in “Little Things,” the boys of 1D are in need of a little reassurance themselves as they sing, “Baby I, I wanna know / What you think when you’re alone / Is it me, yeah? / Are you thinking of me, yeah? / We’ve been friends now for a while / I wanna know that when you smile / Is it me, yeah?”

Earlier this week, the British-Irish band released its second Take Me Home single, “Little Things,” an acoustic ballad in stark contrast to the album’s lead single, “Live While We’re Young.”

Take Me Home, due Nov. 13, will feature 13 new tracks. It follows the band’s debut album Up All Night, which topped the Billboard 200 chart and produced hit singles in “What Makes You Beautiful” and “One Thing.” The new album will be streaming on iTunes starting Nov. 5 at 5 p.m ET.

Find out what else is new in music this month – including new albums from Christina Aguilera, Green Day and Rihanna – in Hypable’s November 2012 Album Preview.

1D’s “Little Things” music video premieres at 5 p.m. GMT/1 p.m. ET Friday.

What do you think of “Last First Kiss” and “Kiss You” from these clips?

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