ADEKUNLE GOLD – FAME

Afro Urban Records premieres this new one from Adekunle Gold titled “Fame”

“Fame” is track number 16 off his new body of work titled “About 30”

“‘Fame’ was written by Adekunle Gold in 2017,” his team tells us. “Adekunle often said writing is a form of catharsis for him and this song was born out of a feeling of being outwardly successful yet still not internally happy. The reward and the healing finally came with putting those words to paper and then melody.”

The UK-shot music video for “Fame,” directed by Scott Jaeger, shows Adekunle Gold in a room all alone in a spacious loft “full of antiquities and collectors items.”

FAME – Lyrics

Verse 1
I’ve gone too many places with a lonely heart
I’m longing for a place where I can i be a part
I’m here in my house
But home seems so far
I’ve tried to cut the distance
But it feels so far

Chorus:
Sometimes my mama’s house
Don’t feel like home
Sometimes my baby’s arms
Don’t feel like home
Sometimes with my friends
I feel alone
Sometimes
I feel alone

Verse 2
Everybody says don’t change
But how will I grow
I’m scared to do the things I want
But people dunno
I wanted the fame and I no know say
The thing go hard
Somedays I want to run away
I no go lie

Chorus
Sometimes my mama’s house
Don’t feel like home
Sometimes my baby’s arms
Don’t feel like home
Sometimes with my friends
I feel alone
Sometimes
I feel alone

Bridge
Show me the way out
Somedays sometimes
I feel alone

Sometimes my mama’s house
Don’t feel like home
Sometimes my baby’s arms
Don’t feel like home
Sometimes with my friends
I feel alone
Sometimes
I feel alone

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