xuso jones

Xuso Jones is one of the six artists competing in Objetivo Eurovisión — Spain’s national selection for Eurovision 2016. His song “Victorious” is written by Andreas Öhrn, Peter Boström and Chris Wahle. The Victorious lyrics carry an empowering message of reconciliation and perseverance, and could be applied to personal relationships or even a divided Europe. In any event, you can read the lyrics below and draw your own conclusions!

Listen to Xuso Jones’ “Victorious”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Z882Lu8Gfk

VICTORIOUS lyrics – Xuso Jones

We’re falling into pieces

I wish we could delete and push rewind

Who said it would be easy

There’s gotta be a way back into life

We used to be on fire

But every little spark seems dead and gone

Forgotten in the quiet

We’re drifting all apart when we should be one one one

Victorious

Should be one one one

Victorious

But what if we run

Baby what if we run

And leave the world behind us

We will stay ey ey ey

Victorious

Together as one

Together as one

Nothing could ever stop us

We will stay ey ey ey

Victorious

We’re caught up in a circle

Just another cog in the machine

Reality got hurtful

It’s time to break away and leave the scene

Podemos conseguirlo, soñar hasta el final

But what if we run

Baby what if we run

And leave the world behind us

We will stay ey ey ey

Together as one

Together as one

Nothing could ever stop us

We will stay ey ey ey

Victorious

oh, oh, oh, oh… Victorious

oh, oh, oh, oh… Victorious

But what if we run

Baby what if we run

And leave the world behind us

We will stay ey ey ey

Victorious

oh, oh, oh, oh… Victorious

oh, oh, oh, oh… Victorious

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Zach
Zach
5 years ago

I like the song, and I feel like this will represent Spain but I wish it had more Spanish that is one of the great things about countries like Spain, Portugal, France and Italy they don’t play into the all in English, this makes me hope that maybe he will make a more bilingual version. I remember when some RAE complained about Ruth Lorenzo singing in English and this when it was the pre-Eurovision edit that had more Spanish so I wonder if there would be something said about this one-liner.