“Faith” is a reworking of John Hiatt’s 1987 single “Have A Little Faith in Me.” Parton appears as the driver on a bus that suddenly breaks down. The dejected passengers are encouraged by Parton to cheer up, and as the song picks up during Mr. Probz’s opening verse, they begin to do just that. Eventually, they not only dance and groove on the bus, on the street as well. Parton delivers her verse from the driver’s seat while Galantis overlook the crowd from atop the bus.
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