Anything's Possible

  • The second track lifted from Lea Michele's sophomore album Places, this is a soaring power ballad that finds the singer preparing for battle

    I push to the limits, I climb every wall
    I keep on believing anything's possible


    Michele told USA Today that the track has served as a "personal anthem" since 2015. "This is a song about having faith through whatever life brings your way," she said. "To always believe that there is a light at the end of the tunnel and that anything is truly possible. It's about leaving the negativity and the past behind and moving forward with confidence and strength."
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