Read the lyrics to Gaitana’s “Be My Guest”—Ukraine’s 2012 Eurovision contestant!


Welcome, girl and boy
Take my hand
Let’s enjoy
From the bottom of my heart
I wish you the best
Now you can be my guest

Yeah
You can be my guest
You can be my guest

Now you can be my guest
Now you can be my guest
Oh
Yeah
Now you can be my guest
Oh
Yeah

Welcome
Stay with me
Be my friend
You are free
To live your life
To share your love with the world

Hey
So now you can count on me
Tell me I’m your friend
I’ll do anything for you
From the bottom of my heart
I wish you
I wish you the best

Yes, people
Be my guest
Now you can be my guest
Whoa!
Ow you can be my guest
Yeah
Welcome people!

I’m always here for you
And you know I care for ya
Just remember
I love forever you
Yeah!

Hey ooooooo Yeah yeah!
I love ya!
Halleluhjah!

Now you can be my guest
Whoa!
Now be my guest!
Now you can be my guest

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