I Believe

Album: Happiness Begins (2019)
  • Following a whirlwind romance, Nick Jonas married Indian actress Priyanka Chopra on December 1, 2018. He sings during this sensual and sweet tune about how his bride makes him feel.

    Cause you show me something I can't live without
    I believe, I believe, I believe
    When you hold me, it's like Heaven coming down
    I believe, I believe, I believe
  • This song was played a lot during Nick's bachelor's party, which was held on a private yacht in mid-November 2018. Joe Jonas commented in an interview with Apple Music that the song "sounds even better by the beach."
  • Nick was assisted in writing "I Believe" by one of Happiness Begins' producers, Greg Kurstin, and Detroit singer-songwriter Maureen "Mozella" McDonald (Miley Cyrus' "Wrecking Ball").

    The song was one of four tracks on the album that Mozelaa co-wrote; Nick Jonas said she "helped us unlock a lot of things early on in the creative process."
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