Estonia

Hello Estonia! I might just be here for 10 hours to watch Kazaky perform, but I’ll take in as much of your beautiful country as I can. While I’m here for such a short period of time I’ll try and do justice to your entry into Eurovision this year.

Estonia get’s the random words award! Mainly because of all the random words in the music video that kept firecrackling away. I don’t know what many of the words were, but they sounded like the lyrics from the song which makes this a confusing lyric video, but whatever. Estonia brings us a nice song about breakup just like Germany did. Why Germany is expected to do better? Cause Germany is cuter, simple as that. If you don’t know the audience in Eurovision it’s staright females and gay men. I think they’re more likely to find Roman attractive to Ott. I can’t be positive, but that is my guess. And since Germany would thus have a better chance, I’ll go with them instead. Sorry Estonia. You do have amazing taste at least.

Performer: Ott Lepland
Song title: Kuula
Song writer(s): Aapo Ilves
Song composer(s): Ott Lepland

Listen to the horizon
Listen to how far it takes you
Listen to what the wind has to say
Listen
Watch as darkness approaches
Wait – the light remains within us
Listen to how your land breathes
Listen now
Listen to what has fallen silent
Just listen to these simple moments
Listen – my heart has a voice

The path has passed into shadow
I look and keep on looking
Silence has the power to resound
I wait for you here, halfway there
Listen to my voice calling you
Listen to what has fallen silent
Just listen to these simple moments
Listen – my heart has a voice

Listen me now