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Sanomi was the Belgian entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 2003, performed in an imaginary language by Urban Trad. Eurovision Song Contest 2003 logo. ... Urban Trad is a Belgian folk music group, consisting of both Dutch and French speaking people. ...


The song was performed twenty-second on the night (following Latvia's F.L.Y. with Hello From Mars and preceding Estonia's Ruffus with Eighties Coming Back). At the close of voting, it had received 165 points, placing second in a field of 26. This article needs to be cleaned up to conform to a higher standard of quality. ... Ruffus are Three-man rock band form Ireland formed in early 2000 from the ashes of a duo called Shade 20, described by Jackie Hayden (Hot Press) as having a natural ability to craft songs that bridge the gap between cred and commercial, with a heavy bias towards the American... Eighties Coming Back was the Estonian entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 2003, performed in English by Ruffus. ...


The song is remarkable for a number of reasons. Perhaps the most readily apparent is that it was the first occasion that a song in a made-up language had been performed at the Contest (prompting the famous remark of BBC commentator Terry Wogan "Three languages to choose from and they had to make up their own"). The language itself, while entirely artificial, is clearly inspired by the sounds of Finnish. Sir Terry Wogan Sir Michael Terence Wogan, KBE (born 3 August 1938), generally known as Terry Wogan, is an Irish-British radio and television broadcaster who works for the BBC in the United Kingdom. ...


Further, the song is remarkable for having featured in one of the closest finishes in Contest history, ultimately finishing with just two fewer points than the eventual winner (Sertab Erener with Everyway That I Can for Turkey) and only one point above third-placed Russia (t.A.T.u. with Ne Ver', Ne Bojsia). This was also Belgium's most successful entry in many years. Sertab Erener (born 1964) is a Turkish pop star, best known for winning the Eurovision Song Contest 2003 with Every Way That I Can. ... Everyway That I Can is the winning song of the 2003 Eurovision Song Contest, by Sertab Erener. ... t. ... Ne Ver, Ne Boisya (via Russian: Не верь, не бойся (Dont believe, dont fear); also known as Ne Ver, Ne Boisya, Ne Prosi (Dont believe, dont fear, dont ask)) is the song performed by pop duo t. ...


It was succeeded as Belgian representative at the 2004 Contest by Xandee with 1 Life. Because Belgium is a nation where both Flemish and French are spoken, Belgium used to alternate the languages of its entries each year. ... Ruslana , the winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2004 The Eurovision Song Contest 2004 was the forty-ninth Eurovision Song Contest and took place on May 12, 2004 and May 15, 2004, in Istanbul, Turkey. ... Cover for Xandees single Cuts Both Ways Xandee is a stage name of Sandy Boets (b. ... 1 Life was the Belgian entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 2004, performed in English by Xandee. ...


And it has a lyrics also


Sanomi helé Manilla keranu Aliya irema nia lago Ture madilé


Sanomi helé Manilla keranu Aliya irema nia madilé


Kenatu narilé Lakenatu narilé Pasema niamo ture saro Delamaoré


Kenatu narilé Lakenatu narilé Pasema niamo ture sanisi


Sanomi helé Manilla keranu Aliya irema nia lago Ture madilé


Sanomi helé Manilla keranu Aliya irema nia madilé


Kenatu narilé Lakenatu narilé Pasema niamo ture saro Delamaoré


Kenatu narilé Lakenatu narilé Pasema niamo ture sanisi


Léala léala sorimana sorimana Léala léala sorimanao Léala léala sorimana sorimana Léala léala sorimana soléo


Sanomi helé Manilla keranu Aliya irema nia madilé


Léala léala sorimana sorimana Léala léala sorimanao Léala léala sorimana sorimana Léala léala sorimana soléo


 
 

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