"S.O.S. in Bel Air" as written by and Christian Mazzalai Laurent Mazzalai....
Well I really got to go now
Phony eyes and you're not just anyone
Even though we're not supposed to
I would rather be close to anything
Is it a false alarm then I'll go on

You can't cross the line
But you can't stop trying
You can't cross the line
But you can't stop trying
You can't cross the line
But you can't stop trying
You can't cross the line
But you can't stop trying

Alone, alone, alone
Alone, alone, alone
Alone, alone, alone
Alone, alone, alone

Crystal bamboo
White azure canoe
Crystal bamboo
Do you need an idol or need someone to talk to?

Put my name on your list
S.O.S. in Bel Air

When tired, you're no fun
When idols are boredom to everyone
When every piece of every costume
Are stolen missing I recall the pretty things
Is it the last of me or lesson one?

You can't cross the line
But you can't stop trying
You can't cross the line
But you can't stop trying
You can't cross the line
But you can't stop trying
You can't cross the line
But you can't stop trying

Alone, alone, alone
Alone, alone, alone
Alone, alone, alone
Alone, alone, alone

Crystal bamboo
White azure canoe
Crystal bamboo
Do you need an idol or need someone to talk to?

Put my name on your list
S.O.S. in Bel Air


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"S-O-S In Bel Air" as written by Frederic Moulin Christian Mazzalai

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    My InterpretationHope my interpretation is way off, but the lyrics of this one sound like a marriage in trouble, specifically a marriage to someone living a glamorous Hollywood type life that is too busy with important people and rubbing elbows leaving the spouse alone.

    The chorus sounds like someone who never actually cheats but can't stop "trying" aka flirting, roving eye, etc.

    I think "why you have a canoe" is actually something being sung in French.
    librarystegon April 17, 2013   Link
  • +1
    My InterpretationCould SOS in Bel-Air be a synonym for the saying, "trouble in paradise"?
    mattieeeeon November 23, 2013   Link
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    General CommentSome sort of expensive male gigolo??
    carcrashkisson May 03, 2013   Link
  • 0
    My OpinionIt sounds like he don't love her, just want to be a friend.
    eyal91on March 24, 2014   Link
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    My InterpretationI think it's sort of like he's at the end of his relationship but still holding onto hope. "Can't cross the line" like he can't end it but wants to so he feels alone. "Crystal or bamboo" the contrast between what the relationship looks from the outside to what it really is. And like the other person said "SOS in bel air" trouble in paradise- - people think it looks good but it's far from good.
    Pokesteron July 10, 2014   Link

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