“I Can’t Even Walk” is the fifth revival from the album Southern Gospel Revival. It is another installment of giving you a different taste to our old traditional Christian Gospel hymn. Jamie Lin Wilson, one of its talented members, arranged the style. Nevertheless, the meaning of the song will still inspire us. With such a distinct and versatile voice, the song will undoubtedly strengthen our faith.
The modified approach of Southern Gospel Revival would make everybody want to listen to the old gospel hymns. This time, listen to Jamie Lin Wilson’s version. Her voice has the power for you to interact with God.
I Can’t Even Walk…
Colbert and Joyce Croft wrote the words and lyrics of “I Can’t Even Walk.” It was written and published in 1975. Since then, numerous artists have recorded their renditions. “I Can’t Even Walk” is one of the most indefinable hymns in Christian Gospel world. However, the anthem can impact you once it hits your hearts and souls.
Southern Gospel Revival brings a different sense of taste to our old gospel hymns. They cater to modified tunes and harmonies as well as a way of singing. However, the meaning of the songs is still the same.
Furthermore, Southern Gospel Revival is an album composed of different people. Despite their differences, they have one goal. The goal to reach a diverse audience of mixed race and culture uniting the society. They would like to contact people by their gospel music with a different line of attack.
Each of the revivals depends on the artist’s pick. Also, the artist has the prerogative of how she/he would like to sing the song. Moreover, the arrangement will depend on each of the members on how they would like the song to sound. Nevertheless, whatever approach they take, it comes out so beautiful. Listen to their album Southern Gospel Revival for you will be amazed as well as listen to more of their covers. Also, the message of the songs they take will remain, and it will make you help you have a stronger faith in God.
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