As we prepare to say goodbye to the Eurovision class of 2021, we present the TES Awards! 136 people voted across 12 categories, and it now brings us great pleasure to announce our winners.
In this category, we recognize the lyrics of the songs. Whether they were telling a personal story or sending a message of love love peace peace, regardless of what language(s!) they were delivered in, we asked you to choose your favorite lyrics of Eurovision 2021.
And now for the winners…
In third place… Voilà by Barbara Pravi!
“Voilà, voilà, voilà, voilà qui je suis
Me voilà même si mise à nue c’est fini
C’est ma gueule c’est mon cri, me voilà tant pis
Voilà, voilà, voilà, voilà juste ici
Moi mon rêve mon envie, comme j’en crève comme j’en ris
Me voilà dans le bruit et dans le silence“
Here, here, here, here is who I am, Here I am
even if stripped bare it’s over
It’s my mouth, it’s my cry, here I am too bad
Here, here, here, here
I am my dream, my desire, like I’m dying, like I laugh at it
Here I am in the noise and in the silence
In second place… Birth of a New Age by Jeangu Macrooy!
“We are the fruit, adorning the legacy
Of every forgotten revolutionary
Born in resilience, proud like a lion
We are the birth of a new age”
And the winner of the Best Lyrics category is… Growing Up Is Getting Old by VICTORIA!
“If your world is breaking
And growing up is getting old
Know that you’re worth saving
And getting up is all you’ve got”
Find out who won in the other categories, by listening to the latest episode of “That Eurovision Podcast”
You have been voting for your winners in various categories, and we will be individually revealing them in the lead-up to Eurovision New Year. If, however, you can’t wait to find out the rest of the results, take a listen to the latest episode of “That Eurovision Podcast” right here:
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Photo Source: EBU / Thomas Hanses