Don T Stop Believin: Song Analysis

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Our next song, Don’t Stop Believin’ is based on the original Glee Arrangement by Adam Anders and Tim Davis. It was written by the composers Steve Perry, Neal Schon, and Jonathan Cain. Don’t Stop Believin’ was originally released by Journey, an American rock band in their album Escape, which came out in 1981. Don’t Stop Believin’ is featured in the final performance of the first part of the series finale in Glee. It is sung by the New Directions with solos by Finn and

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