If You Believe

Album: Piano Solos (1995)

Songfacts®:

  • A 3-minute piano instrumental from his second album, Jim Brickman considers "If You Believe" his signature song. "It symbolizes my dream of composing and performing, and the belief in myself to bring it to fruition," he told New Age Music World.

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