Album: The End Is Where We Begin (2012)

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  • Thousand Foot Krutch frontman Trevor McNevan (from New Release Tuesday): "This song is about coming up, about every person who doubted, every time you had to put your head up, grin and bear it, when no one else believed. It's about being driven, following your passions and calling, and not taking 'no' for an answer. I give God all the glory for what we've endured. If you do the possible, He will take care of the impossible."

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