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Just Get Out of My Life

Montenegro "Just Get Out of My Life"
Eurovision Song Contest 2009 entry
Country Montenegro
Artist(s) Andrea Demirović
Language English
Composer(s) Ralph Siegel
Lyricist(s) Bernd Meinunger,
José Juan Santana Rodriguez
Finals performance
Semi-final result 11th
Semi-final points 44
Appearance chronology
◄ "Zauvijek volim te" (2008)   
"Euro Neuro" (2012) ►

"Just Get Out of My Life" is a song by Andrea Demirović and was the Montenegrin entry to the Eurovision Song Contest 2009, held in Moscow, Russia. This was the first English language Montenegrin entry at Eurovision, as well as the first time the country was represented by a female soloist.[1][2][3] The song however failed to reach the final.

In the first days, the names of the song's authors were held as a secret by RTCG. They were later revealed to be veteran German Eurovision composers Ralph Siegel and Bernd Meinunger, along with José Juan Santana Rodriguez.[4] The song contains a sample from "Innocent Heart" sung by Ruth Portelli, which was also written by the same author and composer.[5][6]

Music video

The music video for the entry was filmed in a studio in Skopje, Macedonia. It was directed by famous Balkan video director Dejan Miličević, and it stars Andrea and a Serbian male model called Vasa Nestorović. The video premiered on RTCG's website on 10 March.

Track listing

  1. Eurovision Version – 3:01
  2. Moscow Club Mix Version – 4:53
  3. Energy Radio Mix – 3:07
  4. Dance Version – 4:25
  5. Finger N Kadel Radio Mix – 3:42
  6. Finger N Kadel House Mix – 5:55

External links

  • Eurovision Song Contest devoted page on RTCG's site

References

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