3/12/2011 · Audio version by Alexey Vorobyov performing "Get You" Lyrics by Jack Lucien, RedOne Music by Jack Lucien, RedOne Russian entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2011.
3/24/2012 · Mix - Alexey Vorobyov - Get You lyrics ♥ YouTube Alexey Vorobyov is recording the track Get you in studio with RedOne - Duration: 15:00. Алексей Воробьев 87,976 views
Lyrics to 'Get you' by ALEXEY VOROBYOV : I choose my words like wise men do / And tonight Ill get you right / I rule my world like great men do / And I fight, I fight for mine / And you look so good on the floor /
Lyrics to 'Get You' by Alexej Vorobjov. I choose my words like wise men do / And tonight / I'll get you right / I rule my world, like great men do / And i fight
Alexey Vorobyov - Russia: Get You Lyrics. I choose my words like wise men do And tonight I'll get you right I rule my world , like great men do And i fight I fight for mine And you
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Alexey Vladimirovich Vorobyov (Russian: Алексей Владимирович Воробьёв; 19 January 1988) is a Russian singer and actor who performs both in Russian and English. For international purposes Vorobyov is also credited as Alex Sparrow, a translation of …
Alexey Vorobyov is a singer from Russia who will represent his country at the Eurovision 2011 Song Contest with the song called Get You.. It is Alexey Vorobyov’s third attempt to win at the selection to the Eurovision Song Contest, and this year he has finally succeeded.
"Get You" by Alexej Vorobjov from Russia at Eurovision Song Contest 2011. Video of the performance and lyrics of the song. Russia finished 16th at Eurovision 2011 with 77 points
"Get You" is a song performed by Russian pop singer Alexey Vorobyov who represented his country at the first semi-final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2011 held in Düsseldorf, Germany on May 10, 2011. He qualified through to the final that took place on May 14, 2011, finishing at the 16th place.
Today we’re deviating from our alphabetical order to talk about everyone’s favorite country to hate, Russia. Putting questionable politics aside, Russia at Eurovision is a relative success story.