We Don’t Wanna Put in Lyrics – Stephane & 3G – Georgian Entry for Eurovision 2009

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Today I’ve found one more song prepared for Eurovision 2009. It’s Georgian entry this time. The artists are Stephane and 3G. They will sing the song called “We Don’t Wanna Put in“. In the media this song is said to poke fun at former Russian president Vladimir Putin (hinting at last year’s war in South Ossetia). But I’m not going to talk about politics. I can say the following: with this pretty primitive music and these lyrics with a rather obscure meaning they hardly have a chance to win at the Eurovision, considering the fact that the contest will take place in Moscow.


Stephane & 3G – We Don’t Wanna Put in Song Words

Some people tell you the stories
To drag you down to the knees
But let me tell you, don’t worry
No worries, no worries

Another glass of my moonshine
Will kick the hell out of me
But let me focus on good stuff
Some good stuff, just good stuff

We don’t wanna put in the negative move
It’s killing the groove
I’m trying to shoot in some disco tonight
Boogie with you

So many people are whining,
They’re freakin’ all day long,
The bitchin’ will last forever
And ever, and ever

You better change your perspective,
Your life won’t be outta luck,
A groovy sun will be rising,
Be rising, it’s rising.

We don’t wanna put in
The negative move,
It’s killin’ the groove.

I’m a-try to shoot in
Some disco tonight
Boogie with you

I like all Europe contries, and I love Europa
Say: give me sexy yeaah
Give me sexy yeaah

60 COMMENTS

  1. Kalle

    how can u judje if he`s a good debater or not,
    when you personally can write nothing but words like “asshole”.

    You have proved 100% that you are brainless asshole, not him.

  2. Hehe anyone notice the dancing at the end of the song where they sung “We don’t wanna put in” many time in a row? At first they slowly rose their hand like in a Nazi salute and stood like that for a few seconds, then they crouched and put their finger to their lips right after singing “We don’t wanna put it” again…

    If this song isn’t meant to be outright provocative I’m santa claus… I think Georgia shouldn’t participate in Eurovision at all this year if it’s not interested in real songs.

  3. Back to the topic. Humor is the best way to criticize something or somebody. In this case, a band criticizes a chief of state (Vladimir Putin).
    So what’s wrong with with Putin?
    To get an idea, read this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Criticism_of_Vladimir_Putin

    Maybe a song is the only way to critizize a modern tzar who controls the media in his contry, muzzles his critics and leads his successor at the short leash.

  4. Again and again, you can criticize a country, a person, a city, whatever, bud do not do it in a offensive way. So FYI Eurovision guys are not idiots and they denied Georgians song, as a provocation song. Eurovision is not a political arena.
    To Kalle. Man i am happy that u r a real patriot of independence and democracy, which was created by European people hands. Your country is too young to judge others, so focus on history man and try to make yourself smarter. BTW, who was treating black people as slaves less than 100 year ago??? LOL. oops Americans.

  5. to RuskiInCanada
    I saw Saakashvili eating his tie. He is sick, and that is a fact. His behavior is a psycho person’s behavior. BTW, I am not surprised that USA helped him, US is using Georgia as a storage place and as a weak press-weapon against Russia.
    Off top. I loved the moment when Bush told, that fish and people can be friends )))LOL.
    And this person was a president of USA TWICE )))))))) Mama mia…
    Kalle, I know you voted for him. Tell us the true man.

  6. To Mike,
    Yes I have noticed that. You can’t use word WANNA like that. Wanna means “want to” But they were singing the song We don’t wanna Putin!!! many times without adding a verb after “put in”. And I noticed all that you did man, so it is a real nazi song. But no worries, no worries LOL)))) – it was denied by Eurovision committee.
    BTW, they r singing I love all Europe countries, which is a mistake again LOL
    When u r licking someone’s ass, lick it correct! I love all EuropEAN countries is correct. LOL

  7. To Ben. Man i advice u to buy a ticket and go visit Russia. Do not read those links, coz before coming and living here in USA i was reading the same shit about Americans as about non-educated hamburger eaters who pray on Bush’s portrait. Do u like the way that other countries introduce your 300 yo country??? Man all world were laughing at you 8 years, so what was wrong with Mr. Bush? Now world is making fun on Obama, which is reading old books about former presidents of US and doing the same steps as they, as building bridges and speak speeches about bright future (as Lenin)))))) LOL. So Ben, links from wiki r not the way to become smarter/informed.

  8. Ben. Man i advice u to buy a ticket and go visit Russia. Do not read those links, coz before coming and living here in USA i was reading the same shit about Americans as about non-educated hamburger eaters who pray on Bush’s portrait. Do u like the way that other countries introduce your 300 yo country??? Man all world were laughing at you 8 years, so what was wrong with Mr. Bush? Now world is making fun on Obama, which is reading old books about former presidents of US and doing the same steps as they, as building bridges and speak speeches about bright future (as Lenin)))))) LOL. So Ben, links from wiki r not the way to become smarter/informed.

  9. To “Putin-fan who calls himself American”:
    No I understand. You really wanted to say: “I’ll stick with my opionion, don’t try to confuse me with the facts.”
    LOL

  10. To Ben, continue to eat hamburgers man, u r a fool
    your facts r wiki links LOL)))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))
    The End.

  11. Ben (and the others), don’be fooled. The so-called “West” needs so much the energetic resources which are found in Russia and Central Asia. And Russia doesn’t want to hand them over. That’s all the problem. Forget about “democracy” or any other similar cliche used by your media to fool you. When the president was Boris Yeltsin, Russia was sinking in the chaos (inflation, disemployment, ramping mafia, etc.). However, in the western media, the drunkard Yeltsin was portrayed as a “good, democratic” president, because he was transformating Russia into an extremely week and “West”-depending country. Now there’s a different situation altogether. Putin may have many faults, but he have put Russia back into stability and into the role of a big power which is able to put conditions on the “West”‘s thirst for global domination. He have stopped American military expansion in Central Asia (Kirgizia is a good example: read the news about it) and in the Caucasus. And this is why many wanted to portray him as some kind of “authoritarian dictator”, while the fact is that the country is ruled by a completely legal and democratic government. Now it seems that the new Obama’s administration is looking for more conciliatory relations with Russia. I hope they are for real.

  12. By the way, about the idea of the “evil Russia who wants to grap the independence of the good former soviet republics” LOL! How can you be fooled that way? Former soviet republics like Ukraine, Latvia, Lithuania, Armenia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kirgizia, etc., they all are completely independent countries for more than 15 years, and every one of them has pursued its own way. Some countries like Belarus, Armenia or Uzbekistan stay in very good relations with Russia. Other countries came to be ruled by puppets like Saakashvili or Yuschenko who fooled part of their people with promises that the “West” would lead them all to some kind of Coca-Cola-sponsored paradise. But people can’t be fooled forever. In Latvia they have seen the results and changed the government. The same is going to happen to Yuschenko soon. You can’t talk about “Russia grasping their independence” when these very same countries (Latvia, Ukraine, Kirgizia, etc.) are asking Russia for help and economical credits.

  13. I like disco music, so I like this song. It is little foolish, but that is OK for Eurosong 🙂

    Is it political? Maybe little, but who cares?

    I have to go now, to put this song as my cellphone ringtone!

    We Don’t Wanna Put In, yeaaaaah! 🙂

  14. This so-called “American” sounds like typical brainwashed Russian. Patriot-Urla, not capable of proper argumentation, just agressive replication of official Russian mass media produced thesis absorbed during many years since childhood. I recognize that type of people too well, as most of ex-CCCP residents do.

  15. Same goes for “Svarog”. Absolute bullshit (for example, Latvia asking Russia for help and credits, – WTF), but unfortunately many people in Russia really believe in facts they are fed with by russian media.

  16. Yeah, “fx”, the fact that Latvia and Ukraine are at the border of economical collapse must be an invention of Russian media. Or, if these facts become too overwhelming, you can always blame Putin for everything. Anyway, the facts remain the facts. Former pro-“western” (in fact, pro-USA) governments and policies have failed in these countries. Latvia elected a new government last month. In Ukraine, Yushenko’s party disintegrated only yesterday. Russian firms are beginning to make good inversions in Latvia, but hey, if you don’t like such investors they can go to another place. Ukraine already asked Russia for a loan, but this matter will not be solved until the politically dead Yushenko leaves power. But the way, I hope this source is enough “russian-free” for you:
    http://www.wrightconsulting.biz/finance-news/ukraine-asks-russia-for-5-bln-dollar-loan-finance-min-itar-tass/

  17. Good song, and in the right time. The beauty of it is that the girsl offer a subtlest possible hint that you may – or may not – care to see. Russians can only rub their noses in themselves without any chance of pestering others.
    To American, Svarog & Co.: hey guys, you seem to be to every web page where there’s a chance of saying smth. about how good Russia is and how bad are all the rest are. Just wondering, do they still produce brigades of such ‘information warfare paramilitaries’ like you as it was in Soviet times? Regarding Nazi musings: ‘Russia uber alles, if there’s someone not liking that, too bad for him’-like messages seem to be on the rise all over Russia these days. Going back in history is nice and correct – but better check with who and what YOU are today. You’ll never succeed in shaping the whole world to Kremlin style 🙂

  18. To Snakeeye: Yes, you’ve catched us, we belong to an information brigade which owns sites like wrightconsulting.biz and even the BBC. Well, I see there is still some people who is unable to use other concepts apart from “soviet”, “communist”, etc. when they try to critizice the Russians. Perhaps this kind of people (like you) didn’t actually realize that the Soviet Union ceased to exist more than 15 years ago. While your case could be interesting for a social pathologist, I only find in it a huge display of ignorance.

  19. And about the “Russia uber alles” bullshit… Man, I’m sure my English is not the best, but if all you got from all I wrote was “how good Russia is and how bad are all the rest”, then you also have a problem with reading. I said there is a clash of geopolitical / economic interests between Russia and EEUU. If you don’t think that the media are controlled by the economic powers, then you can also add “naive” to the list of adjectives that describe you. Have you ever heard about the pipelines projects “North Stream”, “South Stream” and “Nabucco”? It was a rhetorical question, of course. The EEUU-sponsored project “Nabucco” was supposed to transport oil from Central Asia by crossing the Caucasus. And Georgia is… in the Caucasus! What an amazing coincidence. Now you can take a look at the webs owned by our evil soviet – tsarist – oil capitalist – whateveryoulikeit organization: http://georgienblogspotcom.wordpress.com/category/nabucco/ And this one about the Ossetian victims of the attack launched by Georgian forces on Aug 08, yes, the attack that started the war: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/in_pictures/7559270.stm

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