How To Win TISC

Guest columnist and Lithuanian national jury president Werloc took some time to explain in a nutshell what one needs to do to win the prestige TISC title. It’s rather simple actually, as you are about to see…


We‘ll take you on a music venture

It‘s full of all sorts of neat adventures

It‘s famous all around the globe

The stage is lit with hundred strobes


The spring is starting, great time to chill

So let us gather in Brazil

Let‘s have some tea, the drink‘s on me

We‘ll celebrate the Jubilee


We have some new faces in our family

Some things might seem uncertain, I‘ll explain to thee

I‘ll share some ideas, I‘ll show you some perks

I‘ll explain how TISC participation works


Let‘s start with explaining how we have to vote

The points go from twelve to one on a note

It might feel really tempting, but remember what I wrote

Slovenia and Slovakia are not on the same boat


There‘s three weeks of voting, there‘s still time to play

The hosts love it when you vote on the very last day

Simply listen to the songs and go with the flow

Two hours till deadline, the Dutch said “Hello”


The first time you enter, you can only guess

If your place in the ranking will be a success?

And if by chance your song is not in the first row

You try again next year and Let It All Go


The next time you enter, you want to perform

Whilst picking your song you’re “Brewing Up A Storm

And if lady luck is not kind on the day

I’ll tell you some tricks, so do not “Runaway


If you‘re feeling the need to score all the good points

An emotional lady will not disappoint

Try to bring them to tears, go beyond and above

It‘s always better to try with a Song About Love


If your song about love did not make you the leader

Try your national language and choose the song “Lieder

Some users might say that you have to play smart

But I advise you to “Listen To Your Heart


If you‘re still wondering what‘s the key

To your first contest victory

TISC tends to love diversity

When one winner is Human”, the other – “Zombie


If you followed instructions, but it’s not going as planned

You entered this contest as solo and band

And the choices of songs can’t get anymore grand

Then tough luck mate, you’re just not from Ireland


The most important thing is that no one ends in zeros

Let’s face it, we’re not all “Superheroes

Let’s celebrate that the penguins are no longer mean

With a giant feast of tangerines



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