"SOS (Abba Cover)" as written by Polina Griffith and Ralph Good....
Where are those happy days they seem to hard to find?
I try to reach for you. but you have closed my mind
Whatever happened to our love? I wish I understood
It used to be so nice. It used to be so good

So when you're near me, darling, can't you hear me S.O.S.?
The love you gave me. nothing else can save me, S.O.S.
When you're gone, how can I even try to go on?
When you're gone though I try how can I carry on?

You seem so far away though you are standing near
You made me feel alive but something died I fear
I really tried to make it out. I wish I understood
What happened to our love? It used to be so good

So when you're near me, darling, can't you hear me S.O.S.?
The love you gave me. nothing else can save me, S.O.S.
When you're gone, how can I even try to go on?
When you're gone though I try how can I carry on?

When you're gone, how can I even try to go on?
When you're gone though I try how can I carry on?


Lyrics submitted by crow_heart

"S.O.S." as written by Daniel Dalmady Christopher Le Friant

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General CommentAwesome cover :)
    gothic_hobbiton July 22, 2008   Link
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    General Commentyay! i'm first (not that important anyway)

    some couple that their relationship somehow changed, they are together but separated in essence (?) like their feelings and stuff but now they got separated and now he is kinda sad about it

    from the moment i heard it i liked it instantaneously
    and just discovered it when i was seeing some of their music videos and saw "SOS" (i thought,'what is that?')
    oh and that song is original from ABBA

    :P:)
    linxon January 11, 2007   Link

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