Moldova 2014 | ESC Reporter
Cristina Scarlat started her music career by competing in competition in and around Moldova.
Cristina became a notable name in the Moldovan music scene after she competed in “Slavianski Bazaar,” a singing competition held annually in Belarus.Soon after, Cristina was named as the lead singer of the prestigious Presidential Bazaar. Cristina also graduated from the Moldovan music conservatory.
While managing her singing career, Cristina became a wife and mother of two children.
Cristina Scarlat began her Eurovision quest in 2010 when she submitted her song “Every day will be my day.” to Moldova’s selection show “O Melodi Pentru Europa.” She eventually ended up at 12th place.
Returning in 2013, Cristina submitted her entry “I Pray,” ending at a 3rd place.Cristina didn’t give up though. In 2014, Cristina submitted her song “Wild Soul” to “O Melodi Pentru Europa 2014.” The song, written by Cristina’s niece Lidia, was chosen as a semi-finalist, and later qualified for the final.
Despite getting 2nd place with the televote, Cristina received the top points from the jury, winning the show and making her Moldova’s artist for Eurovision 2014.
What am I?
Am I human?
What am I?
Time and space can lie to us while we sleep
Lovers cry, parents tremble
While you and I show our devils
The world can play a joke on each of us anytime
I have no feelings of mercy
Destiny left me so empty
Empty in my heart and my spirit
Fighting with our indifference
Fighting to win over everything that we are and can be
Takes the trophies
Wins the glories
All the masks we have are meant to make us free
Wounded pride kills our feeling
While you and I need the dreaming
The world can throw a dice for each of us anytime
Is rushing through my body
Is meant to keep me trying