Cyprus: Evridiki and Korgialas shoot video

by Stella Floras 76 views

Evridiki and Dimitris Korgialas entered the studio yesterday to film the video clip for this year's Cypriot entry in the Eurovision Song Contest. The shooting took place in a warehouse in Athens.

Evridiki and Dimitris Korgialas will be tomorrow Wednesday 7 March in Cyprus for a single appearance at Avlaia in Nicosia ( for further information call +357 2267 5638). Evridiki's new album is expected to be released on March 19 by Virus her new label.

Click here to see the photo gallery of yesterday's shooting.

Lyrics
Tous les Lundis, tu finis
le travail trop tard et puis
la télé et sommeil
quand mon coeur se reveille
tous les mardis tu me dis
le matin et tu l'oublies
on ira au cine
mais le soir " désolé " …
Chorus
Comme ci comme ça, la vie passe
et les beaux moments
nous dépassent
comme ci comme ca, l'amour casse
routine et paresse nous menacent
comme ci comme ça
je n'en peux plus je suis deçue
tu m'as perdue
je reste pas là
comme ci comme ça
la fin voila
comme ci comme ça

Meme les Samedis à minuit
tu me dis déja "bonne nuit"
tu t'en dors quand je sors
en te chantant tres fort …
Chorus (bis)

(Courtesy of Evridiki.gr)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KX1K4Jc4wtQ

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Stella Floras

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