Dreamer (Alisa Kozhikina song)

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Single by Alisa Kozhikina
Released28 September 2014
RecordedSummer 2014
Songwriter(s)Maxim Fadeev, Alisa Kozhikina, Olga Seryabkina
Music video
"Dreamer" on YouTube
Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2014 entry
Finals performance
Final result
Final points
Entry chronology

"Dreamer" (Russian: Белые ангелы, romanizedBelyye angely) is a song by Russian child singer Alisa Kozhikina, who won the first season of The Voice Kids of Russia. It represented Russia at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2014 in Marsa, Malta, placing 5th with 96 points.[1] The song is a ballad where Alisa sings about being free like a bird and she dreams away during the music video.

Music video[]

There are two existing versions for the music video. The first one is filmed in black-and-white and features Alisa singing at a park and taking balloons from a woman passing by at the second chorus and in the end, she is seen singing with violinists in the background. This version is the official version that was released in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest YouTube channel on September 28, 2014.[2] The second version of the music video was aired on Russia's Karusel TV and was uploaded to Alisa Kozhikina's official page on Facebook on November 8, 2014 [3] and this version features Kozhikina singing against a black backdrop which later turns into a backdrop with stars and going up on a small flight of stairs for the second stanza of the song, still singing against a backdrop with stars and towards the last chorus, Kozhikina now sings against a backdrop of a white cloth that was unveiled with a projection of clouds and the music video ends with her going back to singing against a black backdrop as in the beginning of the video. The second version of the music video also comes with karaoke-style lyrics displayed at the bottom on the video.


Junior Eurovision 2014[]

Alisa performed "Dreamer" at JESC 2014 in Marsa, Malta on 15 November 2014. Russia performed 13th on the evening, after Armenia and before Serbia. At the close of the voting, Dreamer placed 5th with 96 points.[4]


Chart (2014) Peak
CIS (Top Hit Weekly General)[5] 313
CIS (Top Hit Weekly Audience Choice)[5] 188
Russia (Top Hit Weekly Russia)[5] 1765


  1. ^ Fisher, Luke James (28 September 2014). "Watch Alisa Kozhikina's song "Dreamer"". EBU. Retrieved 28 September 2014.
  2. ^ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QcHz8aAJ-6s
  3. ^ https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=728950033854445
  4. ^ Melvan, Mario (9 November 2014). "Junior Eurovision 2014: Running order draw determines first half, second half acts". wiwibloggs. Malta.
  5. ^ Jump up to: a b c "Алиса Кожикина - Dreamer" (in Russian). TopHit. Retrieved 2016-05-26.

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