16. ITALY: Cassidy Civet -“Greek Fire”

“Greek Fire”

Performed by: Cassidy Civet
Music by: Cassidy Civet
Lyrics by: Cassidy Civet

Cassidy Civet is a performer and musician currently based out of Canada with dual Canadian-Italian citizenship. She’s been writing music for about a decade, publishing demos to Patreon and releasing her debut album “Double Take” on February 29 th , 2020 which was entirely self written. Her entry for this edition of HCSC is the song “Greek Fire”, which was in the running to represent Greece at the Eurovision Song Contest in 2020, but unfortunately was passed up when larger record labels approached the broadcaster.

“I have performed this song twice before, and wrote it fully on my own while on a set for a Canadian TV show,” says Cassidy. She will continue writing and sending songs to Eurovision until she finally wins the contest (hopefully one day). She’s also a furry if you care about that.

Cassidy competed in this contest for the first time last year. So welcome back to the contest and good luck!

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Lyrics:

A recipe from the past,
Know it’ll last.
And burn for eternity.

So you are faced with a task.
Remove the mask.
And set my love,

Free.
Balkan to Baltic sea.
Just set me free.
Mediterranean Sea!!

Come on baby,
Stay with me,
Don’t get crazy,
Just cause you’re my desire.

Oh hold on baby,
Dance with me,
You feel that heat?
It’s my Greek fire.

Roman to Byzantine,
It’s in my genes.
To be a goddess.

The clock is stopped,
So get in line,
Don’t waste my time,
The final test is,

Me.
Balkan to Baltic Sea.
Yes it is me.
Mediterranean Sea!!!

Come on baby,
Stay with me,
Don’t get crazy,
Just cause you’re my desire.

Oh hold on baby,
Dance with me,
You feel that heat?
It’s my Greek fire.

(Instrumental)

Hey baby, Ela Ela.
Hey baby, Ela Ela.
Hey baby, Ela Ela.
Hey baby, Ela Ela.

Come on baby,
Stay with me,
Don’t get crazy,
Cause you’re my desire.

Hey come on baby,
Stay with me,
Don’t get crazy,
Just cause you’re my desire.

Oh hold on baby,
Dance with me,
You feel that heat?
It’s my Greek fire.