Kirk Franklin – The Story of Fear

Gifted American gospel music singer Kirk Franklin, released this interesting record named, The Story of Fear, for the listening pleasure of all and sundry.

Highly talented American gospel music maker, Kirk Franklin churns out this masterpiece soundtrack which he tags, The Story of Fear, to put a smile on the faces of all fans and lovers of gospel music, and it was released in the year 2011. This masterpiece soundtrack, “The Story of Fear”, from Kirk Franklin comes from his debut body of work named, Hello Fear, standing as the 2nd remedy of the project. Kirk Franklin came through on this record.

Born on January 26, 1970, in Fort Worth, Texas, Kirk Franklin’s journey to musical stardom began in the church. In the early 1990s, Franklin burst onto the scene with his debut album, “Kirk Franklin & The Family.” With its infectious blend of hip-hop, R&B, and traditional gospel, the album captured the hearts of listeners worldwide, earning critical acclaim and commercial success.

“Hello Fear” Album is a complete work of art with fifteen powerful remedies. All records presented in the project are absolutely on point, one can’t skip any track when listening to it. Nevertheless, enjoy this great studio album below right here.


Video: Kirk Franklin – The Story of Fear

Lyrics: Kirk Franklin – The Story of Fear

I can’t sing, but I’m gonna work hard for you to like me
Didn’t dream ‘cuz if I fail then I might be
What they said I was, could I ever say I did it
Tell Ye now that I’m second to admit it
Insecure, I can’t understand the application
If I applied myself I guess there’d be no situation
But who teaches who when everydays a substitute
I tried to plant love, but it never took root
My soul’s got weeds and the roots are too deep
The roots don’t sail ‘cuz the roots are too deep
ADD, see my roots too deep
A kid too afraid to close his eyes and sleep
Can’t you hear me studder everytime I speak
Fear said hello when she left me weak
Love me and left me with abandonment issues
Pains a secret, but it illuminates in you, then it creates a menu
But sin on your plate you don’t know until later how much ever you ate
Now I’m watching my weight
Will this album be my best one?
But if it’s not y’all on to the next one
So hello fear it’s about time we speak
It may take a while cause our roots run deep

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