Belgian singer Eliot is ready to fight with other recording artists to represent his country at Eurovision Song Contest 2019.
Born in Mons, the 18-year-old appeared on season 7 of The Voice Belgique. Sadly he was the first candidate to be eliminated during the first live show. A brief but lucky appearance because Pierre Dumoulin, composer and leader of the Belgian group Roscoe, noticed him. He wrote for Eliot the dark ballad “Wake up” under the production of Tim Bran. Dumoulin, previously wrote “City lights” for singer Blanche, which placed 4th in Eurovision Song Contest 2017
About Eliot, Pierre said: “The moment I saw Eliot’s blind audition, I felt he had that little something extra that I look for in an artist, the sensitivity and fragility which are so necessary to convey emotion.”

Lyrics:

I wake up every night
I can’t find anyone to pray
Somewhere in the light
Changing all up

I’m afraid, on the side
Looking out for the lines to say
Someone has the light
Feeding our fire

I came to fight
I came to fight over you
Don’t want your lies
Don’t want your lies, I need truth

I came to fight
I came to fight over you
No one will cry
No one will cry if it’s true

I’ll wait for the sign
I can’t find anyone to stay
But there’s something in the light
Saving our lives

I came to fight
I came to fight over you
Don’t want your lies
Don’t want your lies, I need truth

I came to fight
I came to fight over you
No one will cry
No one will cry if it’s true

And I can’t face you now
No, I won’t break you down
If I can’t find you
I won’t hide you
It’s not what I do

I came to fight
I came to fight over you
Don’t want your lies
Don’t want your lies, I need truth

I came to fight
I came to fight over you
No one will cry
No one will cry if it’s true


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