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The Eurovision Song Contest 2019 — What do the songs mean?

The Eurovision Song Contest’s 2019 final airs on Saturday 18th May, so let’s have a look at what some of the song titles mean.

This year’s Eurovision Song Contest takes place in Tel Aviv on Saturday 18th May. A lot of the artists in Eurovision sing their songs in English, regardless of what their own language is, but in this article, we’ll have a look at some of those singing in their native tongue.




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