Album: Are You Gonna Go My Way (1993)
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  • The second single from Are You Gonna Go My Way, this rock ballad finds Kravitz singing of the power of faith. He explained on a Reddit AMA the song is, "about the power of God, self and positive thinking, which all equates to love."
  • Michel Gondry, who would go on to direct a string of surreal videos for Björk, The White Stripes, and others, directed the outer space-themed music video with Kravitz as an astronaut.
  • "This is a song that represents the way I was raised and what I was taught by my grandfather on my mother's side about belief," Kravitz told Rolling Stone in 2018. "He taught me that anything my mind could see, I could achieve. It all starts with belief and faith. I was raised Christian and my father was Jewish, so I was in the middle of it all. So that song really represents where I come from and how I think."
  • This had its greatest chart success in Iceland, where it peaked at #1.

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  • Rabbit Bunny from Westminster MdKravitz is the last one standing! I love Believe!
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