An Introduction to lyrics video"Flowing" is a song by the group 311. It first appeared on the 1999 album Soundsystem, and was released as the second single from the album. It was included on 311's Greatest Hits '93-'03 album in 2004.The song did not obtain as much attention as the first single from Soundsystem, "Come Original", but did reach #17 on the Hot Modern Rock Tracks chart.The lyrics depict lead singer Nick Hexum's bout with insomnia.How do you make a lyrics video on youtube?Hi, make a lyrics video on youtube, that's easy, I usually use Youtube Movie Maker to do that, it can make and upload youtube videos from various videos, pics, songs, musics, texts/lyrics, etc, with it you can easy to make a cool lyrics video for youtube, easy to run youtube movie maker, write lyrics in the title line, add song in the music line, then press "publish to youtube" button, you will get a cool lyrics video on youtube with your song, you can download it from makeyoutubevideo.com, and view below channel for some online guides, youtube.com/easymakevideo, hope it can help youMusic video of lyrics videoOn March 15, an official music video was released on iTunes, but was available for free to people who pre-ordered the album from iTunes. The video was posted on the band's official website three days later on March 18 for viewing. Differing from the official lyrics video for the song, the music video shows clips of Los Angeles and the band performing. The band is shown playing in an underground garage with two podiums holding a drum kit on one and some percussion instruments and a keyboard on the other. Da Kurlzz plays the percussion and keyboards while the band's touring member, Daren Pfeifer, plays the drums in the video without any mask. J-Dog raps the first verse, Johnny 3 Tears raps the second, and Charlie Scene raps the third. The choruses are sung by Danny with Charlie Scene doing background vocals. When the band is performing, a few shots of the member performing has every other member in the background shown to be frozen in motion, even if there is a part for their instrument at the time.The Story was written by Jeff Janke and Directed by Jeff Janke and Corey Soria. The two Directors have been friends since high school and played in bands together for many years.In the parts that the band isn't performing, clips of various people and places are shown. Places shown around Los Angeles include: La Brea Avenue, Santa Monica Pier, The Los Angeles Metro system, Hollywood Boulevard, and The Los Angeles Train Station. A few characters an Actress, Model and a Musician are shown as they journey to Los Angeles to gain fame through various professions. One girl (played by pornographic actress Brittany Beth aka BiBi Jones) comes to the city and tries for a model shoot but then is pushed to pose nude and sacrifice her morals to become a model. She is shown later to have become a stripper, then a porn star, and had lost her chance at modeling. The next character is a man (played by Jake Terrell, the brother of Charlie Scene) who flew to L.A. with a guitar and tries out for several bands but is unsuccessful. He resorts to open mic nights at a club then panhandling on the side of the road. He eventually becomes a roadie for Hollywood Undead, as it says on the backstage pass he has, and is seen putting and tuning instruments on the stage where Hollywood Undead is singing their song Been To Hell. The last character is a brunette girl (played by Amber Goetz) who comes happily to L.A. and is taken in by the sights. She visits the Hollywood Walk of Fame and later tries to become an actress. Throughout the video she is seen frustrated at auditions and panic-struck crossing out days in her audition schedule. She also fails and eventually becomes a waitress. Later she finds one of her audition photos stained with coffee in the diner she works at. The video ends with the brunette Amber Goetz becoming depressed and jumping off of at the Hollywood Sign, committing suicide. The 3 characters stories are mixed together with clips of dilapidated areas and other people like homeless people, symbolizing the failure of the dream of fame, which is the main idea presented in the song's lyrics.