Dare to Dream

14, 16 & 18 May 2019

ESC2018
Alexander Rybak

Alexander Rybak

That's How You Write A Song

Alexander Rybak

That's How You Write A Song

Alexander Rybak will represent Norway in the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest with the song 'That’s How You Write A Song'.

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Alexander was born in Minsk, Belarus. At the age of 5, he and his family moved to Oslo. He learned to play violin at an early age, and it was not long before he started performing on stage. In 2006, he won Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation’s talent competition Kjempesjansen (The Big Break) with his own jazz inspired composition, Foolin'.
Alexander Rybak became a household name across Europe after winning the Grand Final of the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest for Norway with the song Fairytale. With a total of 387 points, his victory marked the highest recorded score in the history of the Contest at that time. Fairytale went on to top the charts in many European countries, and the follow-up album, Fairytales, was released in 25 countries.
Since his Eurovision victory, Alexander has been touring both at home and abroad and has been involved in a series of different musical projects. He appeared at the Grand Final of the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest participating as part of the interval act in Stockholm. He wrote and composed That’s How You Write A Song, his entry for the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest.

The entry

Title
That's How You Write A Song
Performed by
Alexander Rybak
Written by
Alexander Rybak
Composed by
Alexander Rybak
Broadcaster
NRK

Lyrics of That's How You Write A Song

English (Original)

If you got a minute Get down your idea It might do wonders Maybe disappear Who knows Just get it down and nothing can go wrongGo find your rhythm That’s how you write a song
Enjoy the small things with time they will get bigGotta find your mission A mission to pursue You know you got a talent, what ever it may beSo work your magic And sing along with me
Step one Believe in it and sing it all day long Step two Just roll with it That’s how you write a song
Sing Shubidubi-dab-dab Shubidubi-dab-dabShubaduba-hey Shubaduba-hey Say All day long All day long And That’s how you write a song Sing, scubidubi-dab-dab scubidubi-dab-dabBoogie-boogie-woogie! Boogie-boogie-woogie! Say All Day Long All Day Long See that’s how you write a song
Step one Believe in it and sing it all day long Step two Just roll with it That’s how you write a song
Step one Believe in it and sing it all day long Step two Just roll with it.That’s how you write a song
Step one Believe in it and sing it all day long Step two Just roll with it. That’s how you write a song
Step one Believe in it and sing it all day longStep two Just roll with it That’s how you write a song
Step one Believe in it and sing it all day long Step two Just roll with it and that’s how you write a song See that`s how you write a song and That’s how you write a song

The entry

Title
That's How You Write A Song
Performed by
Alexander Rybak
Written by
Alexander Rybak
Composed by
Alexander Rybak
Broadcaster
NRK

Alexander Rybak will represent Norway in the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest with the song 'That’s How You Write A Song'.

Performance video

Preview video

? Download or stream this song via your favourite platform.
Alexander was born in Minsk, Belarus. At the age of 5, he and his family moved to Oslo. He learned to play violin at an early age, and it was not long before he started performing on stage. In 2006, he won Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation’s talent competition Kjempesjansen (The Big Break) with his own jazz inspired composition, Foolin'.
Alexander Rybak became a household name across Europe after winning the Grand Final of the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest for Norway with the song Fairytale. With a total of 387 points, his victory marked the highest recorded score in the history of the Contest at that time. Fairytale went on to top the charts in many European countries, and the follow-up album, Fairytales, was released in 25 countries.
Since his Eurovision victory, Alexander has been touring both at home and abroad and has been involved in a series of different musical projects. He appeared at the Grand Final of the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest participating as part of the interval act in Stockholm. He wrote and composed That’s How You Write A Song, his entry for the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest.

Lyrics of That's How You Write A Song

English (Original)

If you got a minute Get down your idea It might do wonders Maybe disappear Who knows Just get it down and nothing can go wrongGo find your rhythm That’s how you write a song
Enjoy the small things with time they will get bigGotta find your mission A mission to pursue You know you got a talent, what ever it may beSo work your magic And sing along with me
Step one Believe in it and sing it all day long Step two Just roll with it That’s how you write a song
Sing Shubidubi-dab-dab Shubidubi-dab-dabShubaduba-hey Shubaduba-hey Say All day long All day long And That’s how you write a song Sing, scubidubi-dab-dab scubidubi-dab-dabBoogie-boogie-woogie! Boogie-boogie-woogie! Say All Day Long All Day Long See that’s how you write a song
Step one Believe in it and sing it all day long Step two Just roll with it That’s how you write a song
Step one Believe in it and sing it all day long Step two Just roll with it.That’s how you write a song
Step one Believe in it and sing it all day long Step two Just roll with it. That’s how you write a song
Step one Believe in it and sing it all day longStep two Just roll with it That’s how you write a song
Step one Believe in it and sing it all day long Step two Just roll with it and that’s how you write a song See that`s how you write a song and That’s how you write a song

The entry

Title
That's How You Write A Song
Performed by
Alexander Rybak
Written by
Alexander Rybak
Composed by
Alexander Rybak
Broadcaster
NRK

Alexander Rybak will represent Norway in the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest with the song 'That’s How You Write A Song'.

Performance video

Preview video

? Download or stream this song via your favourite platform.
Alexander was born in Minsk, Belarus. At the age of 5, he and his family moved to Oslo. He learned to play violin at an early age, and it was not long before he started performing on stage. In 2006, he won Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation’s talent competition Kjempesjansen (The Big Break) with his own jazz inspired composition, Foolin'.
Alexander Rybak became a household name across Europe after winning the Grand Final of the 2009 Eurovision Song Contest for Norway with the song Fairytale. With a total of 387 points, his victory marked the highest recorded score in the history of the Contest at that time. Fairytale went on to top the charts in many European countries, and the follow-up album, Fairytales, was released in 25 countries.
Since his Eurovision victory, Alexander has been touring both at home and abroad and has been involved in a series of different musical projects. He appeared at the Grand Final of the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest participating as part of the interval act in Stockholm. He wrote and composed That’s How You Write A Song, his entry for the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest.

Lyrics of That's How You Write A Song

English (Original)

If you got a minute Get down your idea It might do wonders Maybe disappear Who knows Just get it down and nothing can go wrongGo find your rhythm That’s how you write a song
Enjoy the small things with time they will get bigGotta find your mission A mission to pursue You know you got a talent, what ever it may beSo work your magic And sing along with me
Step one Believe in it and sing it all day long Step two Just roll with it That’s how you write a song
Sing Shubidubi-dab-dab Shubidubi-dab-dabShubaduba-hey Shubaduba-hey Say All day long All day long And That’s how you write a song Sing, scubidubi-dab-dab scubidubi-dab-dabBoogie-boogie-woogie! Boogie-boogie-woogie! Say All Day Long All Day Long See that’s how you write a song
Step one Believe in it and sing it all day long Step two Just roll with it That’s how you write a song
Step one Believe in it and sing it all day long Step two Just roll with it.That’s how you write a song
Step one Believe in it and sing it all day long Step two Just roll with it. That’s how you write a song
Step one Believe in it and sing it all day longStep two Just roll with it That’s how you write a song
Step one Believe in it and sing it all day long Step two Just roll with it and that’s how you write a song See that`s how you write a song and That’s how you write a song