Bunica Bate Toba
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|"Boonika Bate Doba"|
|Eurovision Song Contest 2005 entry|
|"Loca" (2006) ►|
The song was performed fourth in the semi-final of that year's Contest (following Portugal's 2B performing "Amar" and preceding Latvia's Walters & Kazha with "The War Is Not Over") and qualified in second place with 207 points. In the final, it was performed seventh, following Turkey's Gülseren singing "Rimi Rimi Ley" and preceding Albania's Ledina Çelo with "Tomorrow I Go". Here, the song scored 148 points to qualify 6th, thus ensuring debutants Moldova an automatic final berth for the 2006 Contest.
The video was filmed and released in Moldova in 2005. The video shows the band playing on a background of flags of different countries. Grandmothers from different countries are seen playing the drum in different parts of the world. The song is written in English and Romanian. At the end of the video in the bottom corner is written "Au revoir".
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