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Tomorrow I Go

"Tomorrow I Go"
Eurovision Song Contest 2005 entry
Country
Artist(s)
Language
Composer(s)
Adrian Hila
Lyricist(s)
Pandi Laço, Sidorela Risto
Finals performance
Final result
16th
Final points
53
Appearance chronology
◄ "The Image of You" (2004)   
"Zjarr e ftohtë" (2006) ►

"Tomorrow I Go" was the Albanian entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2005, performed in English by Ledina Çelo.

As Albania had finished 7th in the final of the 2004 contest, the song was automatically qualified for the final. Here it was performed 8th in the running order, following Moldova's Zdob şi Zdub with "Boonika bate doba" and following Cyprus' Constantinos Christoforou singing "Ela Ela (Come Baby)". At the close of voting the song had received 53 points, placing 16th in a field of 24 and returning Albania to the semi-final for the 2006 contest.

The song is sung from the point of view of a young woman on the eve of her wedding. She tells her mother not to be sad about losing her, because it should be a happy occasion of celebration.

An Albanian version of the song was also produced, entitled "Nesër shkoj" ("Tomorrow I will leave").

The song was succeeded as Albanian entry at the 2006 contest by Luiz Ejlli singing "Zjarr e ftohtë".


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