Greece’s Eurovision 2019 entry, Katerine Duska, is in the competition with the song “Better love”.
Born in Montreal, Canada, Katerine moved to Greece as a teenager. During those years, she started to experimenting with songwriting and singing before enrolling at the Kapodistrian University of Athens to study law.
The indie pop-soul artist broke through as a performer in 2013 with the song “One in a million”. Two years further she released her first, acclaimed, album “Embodiment”.
Compared to Amy Winehouse, Lykke Li and Jessie Ware, Duska has collaborated and shared the stage with LP, Tom Baxter, Yasmine Hamdan and many others.
Contest entry is an alternative-pop ballad. It was written by Katerine herself with Greek singer-songwriter Leon of Athens, and Scottish singer-songwriter David Sneddon.
“I wanted to write a song that would sound like an invitation, feel like an embrace” she explained. “A tender song with a fighting spirit about a word we profusely use, but rarely actually mean. It really is the way to love, whomever you love”.

Lyrics:

Live for the mess
Make me feel ageless
No pain, no gain
Teach me carelessness

And I’m about to see all that’s made up
And everything they want from us
No pain, no gain
Once bitten, make way

And I can’t hide it
I won’t fight this
Yearning feeling inside

Gotta get

Better love, better love
All that we’re after
Way to love, who you love

There’s nothing more to say to back it up when I’m
unafraid, I‘ve lost enough
Go on, hold on for dear life

‘Cause I can’t hide it
I won’t fight this
Burning feeling inside

Gotta get

Better love, better love
All that we’re after
Way to love, who you love

Won’t you lean on me
You can lean on me

Let them look, don’t know, don’t care
Go deep with me
Go deep with me
Go deep with me

Better love, better love
All that we’re after
Way to love, who you love
What you waiting for, what you waiting fo-or, what you waiting for?
Better love, who you love


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