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Words for Love

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Words for Love

"Words for Love"
Eurovision Song Contest 2003 entry
Country
Artist(s)
Languages
Composer(s)
Yoni Roehe
Lyricist(s)
Yossi Gispan
Finals performance
Final result
19th
Final points
17
Appearance chronology
◄ "Nadlik Beyakhad Ner" (2002)   
"Leha'amin" (2004) ►

"Words for Love" (Hebrew: "Milim La'Ahava" Hebrew script: מילים לאהבה) was the Israeli entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 2003, performed in Hebrew and English (with some lyrics in Greek, French and Spanish) by Lior Narkis.

The song is an up-tempo number, in which Narkis tells his lover that he can't find the right way to tell her about his feelings. Thus, he pledges to "study languages, beautiful words" in order to find the words in every language. He then proceeds to relate his feelings in five languages, ending with the Hebrew equivalent - which is prefaced by "or simply", implying that perhaps a really detailed attempt at finding the words was pointless to begin with.

The song was performed thirteenth on the night (following Spain's [[Beth Rodergas

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