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Hungary: Meet Boggie


BoggieHungary – Hungary have been high flyers since their come back in 2011 and Boggie hopes to keep the trend going. Boggie will be singing her entry “Wars For Nothing” and will perform in the first semi final on May 19th. Can she make Top 5 like András Kállay-Saunders?

Song: “Wars For Nothing”
Composers: Áron Sebestyén, Boglárka Csemer, Sára Hélène Bori

About Boggie:
Twenty-Eight year old Boggie (Boglárka Csemer) was born in Budapest, Hungary. She made a name for herself after the release of her first single “Parfüm” which gained world wide media recognition because of the songs music video which shows Boggie being photo shopped as she sings the song. The song went to #1 in Hungary and came from her first album, released 2013, which was self titled. In 2014 a second album “All Is One Is All” was released. Boggie also sings in French as well as Hungarian

Boggie

Boggie won the right to represent Hungary in Vienna by winning the Hungarian National Selection Show A Dal. She beat off seven other acts in the final including 2011 entrant Kati Wolf. The public are to thank for Boggie’s win as the four member jury preferred Ádám Szabó. Hungary are currently 23rd favourite to win in Vienna.

Lyrics:
(Taken from eurovision.tv)

Do you know our earth is a mess
All the wars for nothing, it never ends
Everybody deserves a chance
All the souls, all the souls, can you hear them cry?

That you live in peace does not mean
It’s okey to ignore all the pain
I see children joining the stars
Soldiers walk towards the dark, let me ask

Can you justify all the eyes
That will never see daylight
Give me one good reason to hurt
A helpless soul, break a heart, kill a mind.

Do you know how many innocents
Are hiding from punishment
For crimes they’d never commit
All alone, all alone, do they deserve

To die for believing something else,
For having a face someone can’t stand
Do you know our earth is a mess
All the wars for nothing, it never ends
All the souls, all alone, hold them tight
All the souls, deserve a chance at life

Boggie on Social Media:
Twitter: @boggieofficial
Facebook: Link
YouTube: csemerboglarka

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4 comments on “Hungary: Meet Boggie

  1. “Can she make Top 5 like András Kállay-Saunders?”
    For the moment I will say that I doubt she will even qualify but there are moments I am not ruling out qualification either as it ticks certain boxes for a one night event like semi final. However this is not a song I would ever include in a playlist of mine
    5/10
    #36/40
    #13/16 simply because Finland, Moldova and Belarus are offensively weak!

  2. I like Boggie … and her song has nice harmonies and a pleasant melody. However, the lyrics are too abstract and generic for me to enjoy. In fact, they pretty much damage the pleasure the song could give me with more personal lyrics.

  3. This is basically a rehash of “Kinek mondjam el vétkeimet” but without the talent of Friderika Bayer.

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