Shiri Maimon Releases Her New Music Video “Neshima”

Israeli pop singer Shiri Maimon releases today her new single “Neshima” (Eng: Breath).

Shiri won the 4th place in Eurovision 2005 with her unforgettable ballad “Hasheket Shenish’ar” held in Kyiv.  she also joined the judge’s panel of “Hakochav Haba” chooses Kobi Marimi for this year 64th edition of the contest.

Earlier this year, Shiri stepped into the role of Roxie Hart in the musical “Chicago” on Broadway’s stage, just before the show arrives Israel and in the middle of her busiest career, she releases “Neshima” to maintain her status as one of the biggest singers in Israel’s music industry.

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“Neshima” was written by Hadas Cohen and Moran David and followed with the beautiful video clip directed by Kobi Felshman. Shiri reveals she worked on this song for more than a year and it is now ready to be released to the world

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You can find the song together with all March releases of our fav Eurovision stars at escbeat’s Eurovision related March 2019 #playlist 

Listen Here

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LYRICS:

סוף
התקרה מסתובבת
הזירה מהבהבת
זה מה שיש בי
רק כמה כוחות לאסוף

האבק בעיניים
המחנק בינתיים
זה מה שיש בי
רק עד שהפחד יטרוף

נשימה, נשימה
את עכשיו במקומי – מה
מה אני מבקשת?
רק ללכת, ללכת
איך נפלתי בבום
לא הרגשתי כמעט כלום
רק כאב לא רגוע
כשמתחיל געגוע
מסמן לי לקום

שוב
אני לא מתכוונת
והכוס מתרוקנת
כמה רציתי
לשפוך את הלב מהגוף

ואולי יש ידיים
אחרות ועדיין
רק הוא מכיר בי
כל שבר, כל חדר חשוך

 

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I've started to follow Eurovision back in 1987 while I was only 4 years old. Ever since that night, Eurovision became my biggest passion. I created ESCBEAT to make sure that Eurovision music will stay forever and built the biggest Eurovision archive exist on streaming platforms

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