The Eurovision Song Contest version for the Lithuanian entry Love by Sasha Son was presented today. When Sasha Son won the Lithuanian preselection for the Eurovision Song Contest with Pasiklydes zmogus back in February, the song was longer than the contest's rules allow. Now it is three minutes long and recorded in English.
Although the Lithuanian entry for Moscow is presented in English under title Love, it was not yet confirmed by Sasha Son's management in which language the song's going to be sung in May. This is because both English and Lithuanian versions of the song exist. There are rumours spreaded in Lithuanian media that Sasha Son might even sing a part of his song in Russian. It might be highly plausible because Sasha Son (born Dima Shavrov) is a Russian speaking Lithuanian citizen.
Hear the three minutes version of Love here:
Lithuania will take part in the second semi final of the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest on 14th May.