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The Finnish song for the Eurovision song contest





jajarvin
PKN, short for Pertti Kurikan Nimipäivät (Pertti Kurikka’s Nameday), comprises four men with an average age over 40. Their explosive Eurovision entry, Always I Have To, is about having to do things you might not enjoy , such as washing up or eating properly.

Barely 90 seconds long, it has an anthemic quality and its refrain, “aina mun pitää” (always I have to), is much easier to sing along with than the double umlaut may suggest.

fuzzkaizer
seems like the finnish contributors try to strike at the song contest with some sort of "punk attitude" Very Happy again!
certainly they will catch eye among the crowd of high-gloss teens and twens singing corny love songs - maybe even more than Lordi did before!
Peterssidan
I don't think it will win but it will probably get a few votes because it's different. Are they going to "sing" in Finish or English in the big contest?
fuzzkaizer
40 + guys that complain about the boring shit every day routine? - that is me! now i have some role models, at last! Very Happy Very Happy
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