Eurovision 2017 – Estonia

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Artist: Koit Toome & Laura
Song: Verona
Composer(s): Sven Lõhmus
Writer(s): Sven Lõhmus
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From Estonia comes the Power Duo of the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest. This is what happens when the highest performing male singer meets the decade’s most played radio artist and they team up with the country’s number one hit maker! As teenagers both Laura and Koit represented Estonia at the Eurovision Song Contest in 2005 and 1998 respectively. Now they make their long awaited return.

The two singers have become among the hardest working artists in the Estonian music scene. Laura is the current head of the Estonian Jazz Union while Koit has flourished in the world of musical theatre. This modern take on Romeo and Juliet was inspired by the author’s recent trip to Verona. He has worked successfully with both singers before, but this is the first time that the ambitious duo will unite for a project.

Despite their solo successes, they work amazingly as a team and always make each other laugh. Now this impressive collaboration will bring its grand drama to the Eurovision Stage.

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Sleeping all alone

you wake up with a bottle in your hands

no sound of serenade cause we both know we lost our game


I was always high on loving you

before the romance turned to drama

like Romeo and Juliet once before

we are lost in Verona


Learning through the scars

will make you stronger time is the proof

I ´m not a loner kind

I know I just cant get over you


I was always trying to tell the truth

before the romance turned to drama

I hope the best in me was always you

before we lost our Verona


We are lost

lost in the crowd of the street

we are lost

like two sailing boats in the sea

we are lost

`cause sometimes we building and burning down love

we are lost our Verona


We lost and we found our Verona


We are lost in Verona


Reckless type of love,reckless type of love

we never said I`m sorry

we never said enough

this western type of woman; western type of man

disappeared in Verona