Eurovision Song Contest 2017: Sweden – “I Can’t Go On” By Robin Bengtsson

Eurovision Song Contest 2017: Sweden -

Eurovision 2017 – Sweden

The Sweden song is called “I Can’t Go On” and performed by Robin Bengtsson.

ARTIST

Robin Bengtsson is a singer and songwriter, among other things. He loves music, travelling, family, cars, motorcycles.

At the age of 13, Robin started playing the guitar, after having played trumpet for years. In 2008, at 17, he entered Swedish Idol and literally blew the judges away with his soulful and mature voice. Everyone agreed that there was something very special about his voice and personality! Since then he has toured with his band, written music, released a couple of singles and not least gained lots of experience.

In 2016 Robin achieved huge success with Constellation Prize through Melodifestivalen, placing 5th, selling double platinum and gaining massive airplay. This year he participated once again in the Swedish national selection TV shows with the song I Can’t Go On, which took him directly to the final and now to the ultimate goal: Winning the whole thing.

SONG

Robin Stjernberg won the Swedish national selection and participated in Eurovision in 2013 with the song You and since then he’s been busy releasing music on his own as well as writing and producing for others. Robin is acknowledged as one of Sweden’s most interesting up and coming songwriters.

David Kreuger is an international established Swedish songwriter and producer. He was one of the producers in Cheiron Studios and delivered songs at that time to Backstreet Boys and Britney Spears. Successes with Westlife, Il Divo, Boyzone and more. David is also one of the writers behind Undo with Sanna Nielsen.

Hamed K-One Pirouzpanah is a Swedish songwriter and producer with Iranian background. He has co-written three contributions to Melodifestivalen in 2014; Undo (Sanna Nielsen), Yes We Can (Oscar Zia) and Blame it on the Disco (Alcazar). All three grants went straight to the final and the former won the whole contest and represented Sweden at the Eurovision Song Contest in 2014 in Copenhagen, finishing third.

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OPINION

Having followed all the Melodifestivalen semi finals this year and then attended the grand final in Stockholm I think that any of the entries put forward to Kyiv would be one of my 2017 favourites! I loved them all! This one is a cracking Eurovision song with a cool performance from a good looking guy with good looking backing singers. What else can we ask for, right?

PREDICTION

Qualify for sure and at least top 5!

LYRICS

‘I can’t go on
I can’t go on
gotta keep it together

Don’t get me wrong
don’t get me wrong
cause baby you make me better

Hey

With just one look you make me shiver
I just wanna take you home
Wanna go
aaaah
Yeah I wanna go
aaaah

Now girl you make me a believer
I wanna take off all my clothes
Wanna go
aaaah
you make me wanna go
aaaah

I just can’t go on no more
when you look this freakin’ beautiful

Ooh hands down to the floor my love
and I’m doing whatever you want

I can’t go on
I can’t go on
when you look this freakin’ beautiful

I can’t go on
I can’t go on
when you look this freakin’ beautiful

You’ve got me good
you’ve got me good
and I’m not going nowhere

Right in your hook
that’s understood
but I’mma take you somewhere

I just can’t go on no more
when you look this freakin’ beautiful

Ooh hands down to the floor my love
and I’m doing whatever you want

I can’t go on
I can’t go on
when you look this freakin’ beautiful

I can’t go on
I can’t go on
when you look this freakin’ beautiful

So freakin’ beautiful
baby I’m just can’t go on

I can’t go on
I can’t go on
I can’t go on
I can’t go on
when you look this freakin’ beautiful

I can’t go on
I can’t go on
I can’t go on
I can’t go on
when you look this freakin’ beautiful

So freakin’ beautiful
baby I’m just can’t go on’

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