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Sweden: Måns Zelmerlöw releases ''Glorious''

New release from Måns Zelmerlöw: "Glorious". Listen to his new song here

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Måns Zelmerlöw has been busy after winning Eurovision 2015 in Vienna touring across Europe and in Asia.

Last summer, he released ''Hanging on to Nothing''. On the 24th of Novemeber, the artist released his third single called ''Glorious'' from his upcoming album ''Chameleon'' which is going to be released on next week.

Zelmerlöw says that the new song is either about love or a sexual intercourse.


Lyrics: ''Glorious''



We shoot our arrows in the dark
They light the skies, standing guard
Your castle walls are made of hurt
I'll break them down with fearless love
No regrets, no defeat
Just two hearts in victory
Lay it bare, lay with me

We will be glorious
In this moment nothing matters
Glorious
Stars colliding all around us
Love me, don't let me go
Hold on to the afterglow
We will be glorious
Glorious

We tear, we climb into the sky
We won't fall back to Earth tonight
Your skin, your eyes, your every breath

No sin, no fear, no secrets left

No regrets, no defeat
Just two hearts in victory
Lay it bare, lay with me

We will be glorious
In this moment nothing matters
Glorious
Stars colliding all around us
Love me, don't let me go
Hold on to the afterglow
We will be glorious
Glorious

Oh, oh, oh, oh
Oh, oh, oh, oh
Yeaaaaah
Oh, oh, oh, oh
Oh, oh, oh, oh

We will be glorious
In this moment nothing matters
Glorious
Stars colliding all around us
We will be glorious
In this moment nothing matters
Glorious
Stars colliding all around us


About the author: Neville Spiteri (Malta)
Neville is our correspondent from Malta. He has been following Eurovision since 1999, and has Hero by Charlotte Perrelli as his favorite ESC song





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