All I Need To Know

Album: The End Is Where We Begin (2012)
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  • TFK frontman/songwriter Trevor McNevan admitted to New Release Tuesday that this song, "may catch some people off guard at a first glance," but he added that is what he loves about it. He explained: "I've never been a fan of one-dimensional records, and each time we enjoy pushing the boundary further as to who TFK is. You have to follow your inspiration. I love this song, and am excited to share it with you. It's an honest love song that hopefully people will be able to feel and step into. Love is vulnerable, and I think this paints that picture well. To me, this is a worship song."
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