Download: Kirk Franklin – Stomp Ft. Salt | With Lyrics & Video
Who Wrote Stomp?
Charts/Awards and Nominations
Stomp was released in 1997 under the God’s Property From Kirk Franklin’s Nu Nation album. The song charted on Billboard‘s mainstream R&B airplay list in 1997 and was nominated for Grammy Awards in Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals category.
Watch and Download Stomp Mp3/Video
This video was shot in 1997, hence excuse the low quality. However, the audio keeps us alive as ever, you will be glad you have this song. The download link and the iTunes link are available below the video. Download and be blessed.
Lyrics of Stomp by Kirk Franklin
You think we got too radical with our message.
Well I got news for you , you ain’t heard nothin yet,
and if you don’t know now you know. Glory, Glory!!
I need someone somebody to help me come and turn my life around.
I can’t explain, I can’t obtain it.
It gets me high up to the sky,
Makes me clap my hands.
My brother can’t you see I got the victory.
Kirk Franklin Is Going Through Divorce, See Why
[repeat part 1 ]
[Salt [rap]]: When I think about the goodness and fullness of God,
makes me thankful pity the hateful I’m grateful.
The Lord brought me through this far,
trying to be cute when I praise him raise him high.
I keep the live beat bumping. Keep it jumping make the Lord feel something.
Ain’t no shame in my game God’s Property. Kickin’ it wit Kirk ain’t no stoppin’ me.
Kirk Franklin drops – Wanna Be Happy
[Kirk:] GP are you wit me?
[GP:] oh yeah we having church we ain’t going nowhere.
[repeat 3 times ]
[pt2:] stomp, stomp, stomp, stomp, stomp, stomp, stomp, stomp
I promise the stomp, the whole stomp, nothin but the stomp
[Kirk:] It ain’t over. It ain’t over
stomp, stomp, stomp, stomp, stomp, stomp, stomp, stomp…. (till fade)
Other Songs from God’s Property From Kirk Franklin’s Nu Nation album
- Stomp (Remix)
- My Life Is In Your Hands
- It’s Rainin’
- More Than I Can Bear
- Up Above My Head
- Sweet Spirit
- You Are The Only One
- So Good
- The Storm Is Over Now
- He’ll Take The Pain Away