"Faith Of The Heart" as written by and Diane Warren....
It's been a long road,
To get from there to here.
It's been a long time,
But my time is finally here.

And I can feel a change in the wind right now.
Nothing's in my way.
And they're not gonna hold me down no more.
No they're not gonna hold me down.

Cause I've got faith of the heart.
I'm going where my heart will take me.
I've got faith to believe.
I can do anything.
I've got strength of the soul.
And no one's going to bend or break me.
I can reach any star.
I've got faith,
I've got faith,
Faith of the heart.

It's been a long night,
Trying to find my way.
Been through the darkness,
Now I finally have my day.

And I will see my dream come alive at last.
I will touch the sky.
And they're not gonna hold me down no more.
No they're not gonna change my mind.

Cause I've got faith of the heart.
I'm going where my heart will take me.
I've got faith to believe.
I can do anything.
I've got strength of the soul.
And no one's going to bend or break me.
I can reach any star.
I've got faith,
Faith of the heart.

I know the wind's so cold,
I've seen the darkest days.
But now the winds I feel,
Are only winds of change.
I've been through the fire,
And I've been through the rain,
But I'll be fine.

Cause I've got faith of the heart.
I'm going where my heart will take me.
I've got faith to believe.
I can do anything.
I've got strength of the soul.
And no one's going to bend or break me.
I can reach any star.
Cause I've got faith,
Cause I've got faith,
Faith of the heart

Faith of the heart.
I'm going where my heart will take me.
I've got faith to believe.
And no one's going to bend or break me.
I can reach any star.
'Cause I've got faith,
'Cause I've got faith,
Faith of the heart...

It's been a Long Road...


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"Faith of the Heart" as written by Diane Eve Warren

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    General CommentWell this song means a lot to me. Makes me think of my b/f. I never heard the song until he sent it to me. So its just means a lot to me.
    DayDreamer69on May 30, 2004   Link
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    General CommentThe meaning of the song is right there in the lyrics:
    "I can do anything".

    Yes, it's cheesy, but it's true enough. Faith in yourself is what really gets you where you want to be. Don't let them hold you down.
    whitedaisiesxoon November 03, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI very much wish they did not use this song as the theme song for Star Trek: Enterprise.
    kmk_natashaon April 25, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI disagree with Natasha. Humanity is striving to reach the stars and we will, because we "can do anything"; we have "faith of the heart" which is to say that it's vital for humanity's soul to strive for and to reach the planets, stars and to explore the galaxy. I think "Faith of the Heart" is a perfect fit for the TV series, "Star Trek: Enterprise." I watched all of the episodes and liked them very much. It will take many generations, but we will do it. On the way, we will eradicate human conflicts and establish a planetary government which will be converted into a "United Federation of Planets" in the future.
    ManuelEon February 13, 2016   Link
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    General CommentI agree with Natasha. Except Star Trek: Enterprise uses the version by Russell Watson, so she's off a little, but not by much.

    Still, trying to shift my mental gears from Star Trek mode to a soft-rock concert holding a lighter over my head the first five minutes of every episode is like hearing fingernails on a chalkboard.

    As far as the song itself goes, I don't get what "faith of the heart" means at all. I don't get what "faith of" anything means: you only have "faith in" something. Once you have "faith in" something, you then "have faith". You could have "faith from" an experience, but not really from a thing (like from the heart, say).

    Given all of that, I think the song is just made up to use happy-feely words to invoke deep-sounding yet hollow ideas in conjunction with watching sunsets with your boyfriend at the beach.

    Which doesn't really sync with sci-if, IMHO.
    jbryanpriceon September 11, 2016   Link

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