Albania: Hersiana Matmuja reveals One Night’s Anger 47

Hersiana Matmuja, the Albanian representative for the Eurovision Song Contest 2014, has released the official video of her entry “One Night’s Anger”. Hersi will be singing in English. She previously hinted that she would in our interview after the Albanian national selection. “I think I will sing it in English, but we’re still considering all the options,” she told me.

There were other clues in recent weeks. As we reported previously, her song was listed with an English-language title on the Eurovision.tv web site.

The videoclip was produced and filmed in Albania and showcases some beautiful Albanian scenery. Petrit Bozo directed the official video. Hersi has told me that she’s very pleased with the revamp and cannot wait to fly the Albanian flag in Copenhagen.

“One Night’s Anger” 

Lyrics

So say say say say you’ll be there when the words are done
Don’t give in your pride,
Keep calm and think twice

Free your mind from the doubts that are tickling
Free your heart, and let the peace enlighten your feelings
Sun will rise, and the light will be clearing
The tides of the night
keep calm and think twice

Say no, let go, night will fade and the day will glow
I know, you know, that the morning is brighter so
Please say say say say you’ll be there when the words are done
Don’t give in your pride
Let go and don’t cry

Free your mind from the doubts that are tickling
Free your heart, and let the peace enlighten your feelings
Sun will rise, and the light will be clearing
The tides of the night
Keep calm and think twice

Wait a tick tiny tick, you’ll forget it (just wanna make it right)
Wait a tick tiny tick, you’ll regret it (I want to let it out)
Anything isn’t it you want to get it,
Maybe tomorrow, will be late to get by

What do you think of ‘One Night’s Anger’? Please comment down below!

You can follow Hersiana Matmuja on Twitter @hersjanamatmuja and by liking her official Eurovision Facebook page here.

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Ramadan is an Albanian-Australian correspondent for WiwiBloggs.com. You can follow him on Twitter @ESCRamadanYou can also keep up-to-date with the latest Eurovision news and gossip by following the team on Twitter @wiwibloggs and by liking our Facebook page.