Anything Is Possible (Debbie Gibson song)

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"Anything Is Possible"
Single by Deborah Gibson
from the album Anything Is Possible
A-side "Anything Is Possible"
(LP Version/3:47)
(U.S., 87793 / JPN, AMDY-5035)
"Anything Is Possible"
(7" Remix/3:30)
(U.K., A7735)
B-side "So Close to Forever" (3:02)
Released November 13, 1990
Genre Pop, R&B
Length 3:39
Label Atlantic
Writer(s) Deborah Gibson, Lamont Dozier
Producer(s) Deborah Gibson, Lamont Dozier
Deborah Gibson singles chronology
"Without You"
"Anything Is Possible"
"This So-Called Miracle"

"Anything Is Possible" (Atlantic 87793; Atlantic Europe 87735; Atlantic UK A7735; Atlantic Japan AMDY-5035) is the first single from American singer-songwriter-actress Deborah Gibson's third album (LP 82167) of the same title. Co-written, co-arranged and co-produced by Gibson and Lamont Dozier, the LP Version (3:47) was used for the single release worldwide (87793, AMDY-5035) except the United Kingdom and Europe, where an edited version of a remix by Harding and Curnow of PWL Records was used (87735, A7735). The single fared relatively well on the US charts, reaching #26 on the Billboard Hot 100 in January 1991.

Track Listing (Atlantic DM 86101)[edit]

"Anything Is Possible"

  1. (Dance Mix/7:06)
  2. (Radio Edit of Dance Mix/3:59)
  3. (Dub/5:07)
  4. (Instrumental/4:59)

Track Listing (Atlantic UK DM A7735T)[edit]

  1. "Anything Is Possible" (12" Remix/7:20)
  2. "So Close to Forever" (3:02)
  3. "Anything Is Possible" (LP Version/3:47)

Track Listing (Atlantic Europe 2-86701 and Atlantic UK A7735CD)[edit]

  1. "Anything Is Possible" (7" Remix/3:30)
  2. "So Close to Forever" (3:02)
  3. "Anything Is Possible" (12" Remix/7:20)

(Deborah Gibson/Lamont Dozier) Music Sales Corp., ASCAP/Beau-Di-O-Do Music/Warner Tamerlane Pub. Corp., BMI

Weekly charts[edit]

Chart (1990) Peak
Australia (ARIA)[1] 60
Canada (RPM)[2] 17
UK Singles (Official Charts Company)[3] 51
US Billboard Hot 100[4] 26
US Adult Contemporary (Billboard)[5] 48
US Radio Songs (Billboard)[6] 28

External links[edit]


  1. ^ "The ARIA Australian Top 100 Singles Chart Week Ending 13 Jan 1991". ARIA. Retrieved 3 February 2016. 
  2. ^ "Debbie Gibson". Retrieved 2012-04-30. 
  3. ^ "Archive Chart: 1991-03-09" UK Singles Chart. Retrieved October 26, 2013.
  4. ^ "Debbie Gibson – Chart history" Billboard Hot 100 for Debbie Gibson. Retrieved November 20, 2014.
  5. ^ "Debbie Gibson – Chart history" Billboard Adult Contemporary for Debbie Gibson. Retrieved February 12, 2015.
  6. ^ "Debbie Gibson – Chart history" Billboard Radio Songs for Debbie Gibson. Retrieved November 20, 2014.