Coralie Clément~La Mer Opale

This is “La Mer Opale” by Coralie Clement
The song was included in Putumayo’s collection “French Cafe” (2000)

Coralie Clément (born in 1982 in Villefranche-sur-Saône, France) is a French singer.
She was born into a family of musicians (her father was a clarinettist) and studied the violin from age six but later quit. Her brother, Benjamin Biolay, also a singer, has written for Henri Salvador and wrote and produced her own debut, as well as its follow-up. Among her claimed inspirations are Françoise Hardy, Jane Birkin and Serge Gainsbourg.

Lyrics

L’amour nomade
Est vagabond
Ce n’est qu’un dirigeable
Vers l’horizon
L’amour bohème
S’en fout au fond
De ces impondérables
Désillusions
Déçues
Des pactes scellés
Qu’on croyait rompus
Des idées qu’on croyait reçues
La lune est pâle
Et son reflet dans la mer opale
Brille au loin
On est bien
Brille au loin
On est bien
L’amour frivole
N’est pas frileux
Il vit dans un atoll
Béni des dieux
L’amour suprême
Est vaniteux
C’est une tarte à la crème
Un double jeu de dupe
Un acte manqué
Au coin d’une rue
Un regard qu’on aurait pas vu
La lune est pâle
Et son reflet dans la mer opale
Brille au loin
On est bien
Brille au loin
On est bien

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