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  • Justin brings the standard version of Believe to an anthemic conclusion with this ballad in which he thanks his fans for believing in him and helping him to rise above all the struggles he's faced. "He's singing directly to the fans and telling him what he's been through the last couple years and how they got him through it," Justin's manager Scooter Braun told MTV News.
  • The song features a soaring, clapping contribution from a gospel choir. Justin previously collaborated with a gospel choir when he performed "Pray" at the 2010 American Music Awards.
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