"Flood Of Sunshine" as written by Jonathan Paul Auer and Ken Stringfellow....
We could drown ourselves in a flood of sunshine
We could walk all night still I'd see sunshine
It's the calling of your name
All sounds combine into the same and I hear you

When it's overcast and I'm not there will you still...
When the clouds have passed and I return will you still...
Your eyes are crying and your lips are moist

Where are all my kingdoms and cathedrals ?
(To ruin)
They crumbled just like sand in front of us

Like ripples on the water your hands reached out to me
And all the things they taught us floated out to sea
We could drown ourselves in a flood of sunshine
We could walk all night still I'd see sunshine


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"Flood of Sunshine" as written by Ken Stringfellow Jonathan Paul Auer

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    General CommentI can’t believe no one has commented on this gorgeous song. I am not sure what, if anything the lyrics mean for this song but it is such a sonic feast for the ears, who really cares. Because of what I like to call the “Cosmic Orgasm” instrumental interlude, I have always interpreted this as music to get busy to. The “Dear 23” album is a real favorite of mine and this is a really good song to test your sound system. Crank it up!
    grogleyon December 18, 2006   Link
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    General CommentGreat, great song. "Flood of Sunshine" is a tribute to Led Zeppelin classic "Thank You". The acoustic riff is an exact match to "Thank you". If you want to understand these lyrics, you should also look at "Thank You" lyrics for hints. Very similar.
    sportgoofyon December 15, 2009   Link

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