"She Believes In Me" is a song recorded by American country music singer Kenny Rogers. It was released in April 1979 as the second single from his album The Gambler. The song was written and first recorded by Steve Gibb (not the Steve Gibb who is the son of Barry Gibb) and is the tale of a songwriter who has a beloved who supports him, although he sometimes wonders why.
"She Believes in Me" served as the second single from Irish singer/songwriter Ronan Keating's third studio album, Turn It On. The song was released in February 2004, peaking at #2 on the UK Singles Chart. It was also a modest success elsewhere, reaching the Top 10 in three European countries. Keating's version of the song slightly alters the lyrics from the original version.
Two years later, in 1981, the late Dutch singer André Hazes wrote another Dutch version of the song also called "Zij gelooft in mij". Although both songs bear the same name, the text is completely different. It is also the title of an award winning documentary by John Appel about André Hazes's life.
Icelandic singer Pálmi Gunnarsson recorded an Icelandic version of the song called "Hún hefur trú á mér", which appears on his 1980 album "Hvers vegna varst' ekki kyrr?".