"Eastern European Funk" is a ska-styled song performed by InCulto which represented Lithuania at the Eurovision Song Contest 2010. The song was selected on 4 March from twelve songs. It earned most points from both the jury and televoters.
The meaning of the song is basically compressed in these two sentences: "Yes Sir we are legal we are, though we are not as legal as you/No Sir we're not equal no, though we are both from the EU". The ska rhythm hides a protest at the Western World for neglecting Eastern Europe, Lithuania included.
The song placed 12 in the second semifinal, with 12 points from Ireland and 8 from Georgia, and did not advance to the final.
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