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Liubi, Liubi, I Love You

Romania "Liubi, Liubi, I Love You"
Eurovision Song Contest 2007 entry
Country Romania
Artist(s) Todomondo
Languages English, Italian, Spanish,
Russian, French, Romanian
Composer(s) Mister M
Lyricist(s) Mister M,
Vlad Creţu,
Ghedi Kamara
Finals performance
Final result 13th
Final points 84
Appearance chronology
◄ "Tornerò" (2006)   
"Pe-o margine de lume" (2008) ►

"Liubi, Liubi, I Love You" (Love, Love, I Love You) is a song performed by Todomondo. It represented Romania at the Eurovision Song Contest 2007 in Helsinki, Finland.

The text

The song is sung in six different languages: First English, then Italian, then Spanish, then Russian, then French, then Romanian and the last verses are sung in all six languages, switching after every line.

Throughout the whole song, the same verse is basically repeated in six different languages. At the end of each verse a new country name is stated to introduce that language, and consequently a new verse.

See also

External links

  • Lyrics (with translation)

Template:Eurovision Song Contest 2007

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