It was used from Tears For Fears! It was written by John Loeffler and David Wolfert. The opening used in the main series episodes was sung by Kirsten Price , whereas the movie version was performed by John Loeffler.
The song is featured in the comedy-drama High Fidelity starring John Cusack and Jack Black , and is included on its soundtrack. This song was also recorded by E'voke in as their debut single with the title being shortened to "I Believe". Though the track was not a commercial hit it reached 79 in the UK charts and no video was filmed for the track , it was a club hit and E'voke moved on to FFRR's sister label Ffrreedom for their next single " Runaway ".
Those will make her think. Adding an interfaith element means you have many more adjustments to make. Going along with her cult might feel fine when it is just you in her, but if you have kids, it will be very different. It all depends on the girl. Dude just to summarize what I think is the majority of the comments.