Krisia Todorova: Singing – “I’d Like To Draw A Dream”


— I present to you Mr. Andreev and Ms. Krisia! — Hi, Slavi!
— Hi, Krisia! — Hi! — You are very beautiful.
— Thanks! — Hello, Mr. Andreev!
— Hi! — You are also very handsome.
— Thank you! — Your video is at the first place on the Eurovision’s site. It leads with — with how many, Evgeni — 4 or 5 hundred thousand views? — It’s really very popular. — Excuse me?
— It’s really very popular. — Still, there is a video on YouTube with you and me, which has maybe 6 or 7 million views. — With Beyoncé… — Excuse me?
— With Beyoncé, when Krisia has been singing Beyoncé for the first time… — But I think it’s linked that they watch the video… The best thing is that your video — “Children’s Planet” — is being watched by many foreigners, so… — Yes, I know it. — I just wanted to tell you something nice beside that you’re very pretty.
— Thanks! — Do you rehearse the song?
— Yes, every… — On November 15, it’s drawing near…
— Yeah… — Good, I’ll send…
— I was saying before “I have time, I need to sing every day”, yet now — “when it went so fast?” — Yeah… Malta, it’s just a week before you leave. I’ll send the team with you too. In general, we try to do everything properly. — Do you have any questions to me?
— Nah. — Ah, Slavi, I see a hair on you head!
— What? — I see a hair on you head!
— You see a hair on my head? — Got you! — Did you get worried? — Ah, Krisia, will you go to school on the 31st? — Well, I don’t know, we weren’t told. — Discuss it, discuss it! — Discuss it, if you don’t go to school, you figure something out to meet. — Krisia, will you sing? — Yes, now.
— Which song? — Right now?
— What? — Do I sing it now? Do I step out? — Good, yes, sing it now, if you wish. Which song will you sing for us? — “I’d Like to Draw a Dream”. — Wait, or you’ll hit the camera, beware! “I’d…” what? — “I’d Like to Draw a Dream”. — You’ll sing a Russian song?
— Yes. — Good, put your in-ears in… Good, this headphone in Krisia’s ear is called an “in-ear monitoring system”. They are the monitors that are placed in the ears. We also use them, of course. She now learns [to work] with this monitoring system because of the Eurovision, since there it’s mandatory to sing with such a monitoring system, and she trains at the moment, while listening to the music of “Ku-Ku Band” in her ears, to be able to sing, since let’s not forget that she is just 10 years old. Is your in-ear in place?
— What? — It works…
— It works! Come on, sing! I’d like to draw a dream, the Sun and wind, lightning in-the-strike. I’d like to draw a flight, the wind of freedom carrying me far away. To draw flowers instead of tears, bridges — instead of partings, dreams — instead of losses. But there are no colors to bring back the dawn, so that in the wake of each minute not to say “Farewell!” I’d like to draw time to catch your smile for eternity, so that the light, forever frozen in colors, could leave its[your] silhouette in the window frame. To draw flowers instead of tears, bridges — instead of partings, dreams — instead of losses. But there are no colors to bring back the dawn, so that in the wake of each minute not to say “Farewell!” To draw flowers instead of tears, bridges — instead of partings, dreams — instead of losses. But there are no colors to bring back the dawn, so that in the wake of each minute not to say “Farewell!” Not to say “Farewell!” Not to say “Farewell!” So that in the wake of each minute not to say “Farewell!” — Thank you! — Bravo! — I just wanted to say that with this song I’m greeting a very good friend of mine — Uncle Peycho, who I like and respect very much. — Uncle Peycho?
— Yes. — And Uncle Slavcho, nobody is greeting him. Uncle Slavcho — not even once, Uncle Peycho — all right. Uncle Slavcho — when will you greet me? — You’ll see.
— I’ll see? — Yes.
— Yeah, it sounded a little ominous. — I presented to you Mr. Andreev and Ms. Krisia!

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