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Believe Me (Yulia Savicheva song)

Russia "Believe Me"
Eurovision Song Contest 2004 entry
Country Russia
Artist(s) Yulia Savicheva
As Julia Savicheva
Language English
Composer(s) Maxim Fadeev
Lyricist(s) Brenda Loring
Finals performance
Final result 11th
Final points 67
Appearance chronology
◄ "Ne Ver', Ne Boysia" (2003)   
"Nobody Hurt No One" (2005) ►

"Believe Me" was the Russian entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 2004, performed in English by Julia Savicheva. Composed by Maxim Fadeev and with lyrics by Brenda Loring.

In the final, it was performed fourteenth, following Belgium's Xandee with "1 Life" and preceding the Republic of Macedonia's Toše Proeski with "Life". At the close of voting, it had received 67 points, placing 11th in a field of 24.

The song was succeeded as Russian representative by Natalia Podolskaya with "Nobody Hurt No One".

References

External links

  • "Believe Me" at the Diggiloo Trush

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