Liubi, Liubi, I Love You
Tue, 2018-Apr-10 00:04 UTC
Length - 2:01
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"Liubi, Liubi, I Love You" (English: "Love, Love, I Love You") is a song recorded by Romanian group Todomondo, consisting of Andrei Ștefănescu, Ciro de Luca, Kamara Ghedi, Bogdan Taşcău, Valeriu Răileanu and Vlad Creţu. It was released as a CD single in 2007 by the Romanian Television (TVR) in Romania. The track is multilingual and is performed in six languages: English, Romanian, Spanish, Italian, French and Russian. Written by Taşcău, Creţu and Ghedi, and solely produced by Taşcău, its lyrics deal with the theme of love and European clichés.
"Liubi, Liubi, I Love You" represented Romania in the 2007 Eurovision Song Contest in Helsinki, Finland after winning the pre-selection show Selecția Națională. In Helsinki, Romania automatically qualified to the final due to their top ten placement in the previous year and finished in 13th place with 84 points. "Liubi, Liubi, I Love You" was promoted by endeavours in Belarus and by an accompanying music video shot in Romania by Dan Manoliu. It charted on the Romanian Top 100.
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