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A-Ba-Ni-Bi
also called A Ba Ni Bi and has one more synonym

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  1. the winning song in the Eurovision Song Contest 1978, performed for Israel by Izhar Cohen and Alphabeta

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  2. Hebrew script: א-ב-ני-בי, English translation (approximate): "I Love You"

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  3. The song is generally translated as "I Love You", but the chorus is in "Bet language", a Hebrew language game similar to Pig Latin, in which each syllable is followed by the letter Bet and the relevant vowel

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  4. Thus, a more faithful English translation might in fact be "Ibi Lobove Youbou", or, according to pig Latin, ""I-ay Ove-Lay Ou-yay." According to the Bet language, in the song, the term "Ani ohev otakh", or, "I love you" becomes 'A-ba-ni-bi o-bo-e-bev

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  5. This was Israel's first Contest win, which meant under the rules of the Contest that they would host the next year's Contest — marking the first time that the Eurovision Song Contest would take place outside of geographical Europe

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  6. According to author and historian John Kennedy O'Connor in The Eurovision Song Contest - The Official History, broadcasters in many of the non-participating Arab countries in North Africa and Asia who had been transmitting the contest, had to cut the

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