Eurovision 2015 is almost upon us and now that all the countries have chosen their singers and song let’s give them the once-over. The Finland

song is called “Aina Mun Pitää” and is performed by Pertti Kurikan Nimipäivät.

According to the band – they are “four middle-aged, mentally handicapped men. The music is, of course, Finnish punk.”

Popular both within Finland and outside – do they have what it takes to win Eurovision?

The thing is, I’m scared to say that this is possibly the worst song I’ve heard at Eurovision for a long time simply because I might get backlash from all the politically correct brigade. However, judging on the music alone I think it’s terrible and hope it doesn’t make it to the final!


Performer: Pertti Kurikan Nimipäivät
Song title: Aina Mun Pitää
Song writer(s): Pertti Kurikan Nimipäivät
Song composer(s): Pertti Kurikan Nimipäivät

By the Band:


I’m do it race
I’m do it handscap
I’m do it hostels
I’m do it furging

No coming machine
No it’s television
I’m not see you my friend

I’m do it home
I’m do it asking
I’m do it to food is i’m ready
I’m ready to the drinking

No nothing in the caramellos
No do it coke
No drinking alcohol

I’m do it easy
I’m do it morning
I’m do it in the my eyes
I’m do it the costel’s lousch

By the translator:

I always have to clean up
I always have to wash up
I always have to see the doc
I always have to go to work

Can’t go to my PC
Can’t watch my TV
Can’t even see my mates

I always have to stay at home
I always have to do things
I always have to eat properly
I always have to drink properly

So no candy for me
No soft drinks for me
Not even alcohol

I always have to rest
I always have to sleep
I always have to wake up
I always have to take a shower

Good luck guys!

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Written by Steve

I’m Steve and live in a village called Alford (home of Emeli Sande & birthplace of the Aberdeen Angus cow) in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. I currently work in the IT industry (yawn) I just want to share my ideas, findings and general reflections with whoever wants to listen.