Flood of Emotion

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Flood of Emotion was one of the final songs to be written for our 2nd album Visualize. It would become the final song on the album in both the Limited Edition and White Label versions as we could not
have ended the story of Visualize with a more perfect song.

Flood of Emotion is rumored to be a true story from my personal life; or perhaps a message that I wanted to send to someone who had wronged me. Neither of which is true.

This song was inspired by the movie The Butterfly Effect. At the time the movie was released I was going through a divorce, and my life
was changing so fast that I almost couldn't keep up.

I wondered about many things during this time such as my regrets, growing up, my accomplishments, and what my future would be like.

I think that many of us often ask "what if" and wonder if maybe we should have taken that chance, or sometimes wish we could just go back and change things. When all of this comes to a head, this is a
Flood of Emotion.

This has always been a favorite, of all the band members who have ever performed it live.

Flood of Emotion was performed live at almost every Provision show from early 2004, to our final show of 2006 in Salt Lake City at the A Different Drum 2K6 Synthpop Festival.

It was the closer on all of the live shows for the Visualize U.S. Tour
in 2004 and 2005.

We shot an incredible music video for Flood Of Emotion which is available on You Tube.

The video for Flood of Emotion will appear on our DVD titled Visionary.

Breye K. / Provision

lyrics

Flood of Emotion

Sinking to the level of so many before you, in a desperate plea for attention. Remember the words, I’ll never be the one to leave.
Suspended in time, remaining truthfully.

In a flood of emotion. You’ll see it.
Like a tide to the ocean. Always, changing.
In tears of sadness. Believing, deceiving.
We’ll never know the difference. Time is rearranging.

You can’t expect I’d believe. The tears, I see.
They’re not for me.

Conviction lies among the false pretension.
When saving yourself becomes a fallacy.
My only intention is to move on.
I’ve now removed myself, from all your drama.

You can’t expect I’d believe. Your words.
Tonight. I know your lies.

credits

from Visualize (Limited Edition), released September 3, 2004
Musik 1-21-04
Lyrics 1-21-04 / 2-4-04
By: Breye Kiser for Provision Musik

Recorded and Produced at Covision Creative by
Breye Kiser & Carlos Covarrubias
Mastered by Brian Hazard at Resonance Mastering.

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