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1956
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
Switzerland
"Refrain" performed by Lys Assia. Music Géo Voumard, Lyrics Emile Gardaz
1957
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
Netherlands
"Net Als Toen" performed by Corry Brokken. Music Guus Jansen, Lyrics Willy van Hemert
1958
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
France
"Dors, Mon Amour" performed by André Claveau. Music Hubert Giraud, Lyrics Pierre Delanoe
1959
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
Netherlands
"Een Beetje" performed by Teddy Scholten. Music Dick Schallies, Lyrics Willy van Hemert
1960
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
France
"Tom Pillibi" performed by Jacqueline Boyer. Music André Popp, Lyrics Pierre Cour
1961
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
Luxembourg
"Nous Les Amoureux" performed by Jean-Claude Pascal. Music Jacques Datin, Lyrics Maurice Vidalin
1962
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
France
"Un Premier Amour" performed by Isabelle Aubret. Music Claude Henri Vice, Lyrics Roland Valade
1963
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
Denmark
"Dansevise" performed by Grethe and Jorgen Ingmann. Music Otto Francker, Lyrics Sejr Volmer-Sörensen
1964
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
Italy
"Non Ho L'eta" performed by Gigliola Cinquetti. Music Nicola (Nisa) Salerno, Lyrics Mario Panzeri
1965
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
Luxembourg
"Poupée De Cire, Poupée De Son" performed by France Gall. Music and Lyrics Serge Gainsbourg
1966
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
Austria
"Merci Chérie" performed by Udo Jürgens. Music Udo Jürgens, Lyrics Udo Jürgens and Thomas Hörbiger
1967
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
United Kingdom
"Puppet On A String" performed by Sandie Shaw. Music and Lyrics Phil Coulter and Bill Martin
1968
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
Spain
"La La La" performed by Massiel. Music and Lyrics Ramon Arcusa and Manuel de la Calva
1969
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
France
"Un Jour Un Enfant" performed by Frida Boccara. Music Emile Stern, Lyrics Eddy Marnay
1969
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
Netherlands
"De Troubadour" performed by Lenny Kuhr. Music David Hartsema, Lyrics Lenny Kuhr
1969
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
Spain
"Vivo Cantando" performed by Salome. Music Maria José de Cerato, Lyrics Aniano Alcalde
1969
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
United Kingdom
"Boom Bang A Bang" performed by Lulu. Music Alan Moorhouse, Lyrics Peter Warne
1970
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
Ireland
"All Kinds Of Everything" performed by Dana. Music and Lyrics Derry Lindsay and Jackie Smith
1971
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
Monaco
"Un Banc, Un Arbre, Une Rue" performed by Severine. Music Jean-Pierre Bourtayre, Lyrics Yves Dessca
1972
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
Luxembourg
"Apres Toi" performed by Vicky Leandros. Music Mario Panas and Klaus Munro, Lyrics Klaus Munro and Yves Dessca
1973
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
Luxembourg
"Tu Te Reconnaîtras" performed by Anne-Marie David. Music Claude Morgan, Lyrics Vline Buggy
1974
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
Sweden
"Waterloo" performed by ABBA. Music Benny Andersson and, Björn Ulvaeus, Lyrics Stikkan Anderson
1975
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
Netherlands
"Ding-A-Dong" performed by Teach-In. Music Dick Bakker, Lyrics Will Luikinga and Eddy Ouwens
1976
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
United Kingdom
"Save Your Kisses For Me" performed by Brotherhood Of Man. Music and Lyrics Tony Hiller, Lee Sheridan and Martin Lee
1977
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
France
"L'oiseau Et L'enfant" performed by Marie Myriam. Music and Lyrics Jean-Paul Cara
1978
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
Israel
"A-Ba-Ni-Bi" performed by Izhar Cohen and The Alphabeta. Music Nurit Hirsh, Lyrics Ehud Manor
1979
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
Israel
"Hallelujah" performed by Milk And Honey. Music Kobi Oshrat, Lyrics Shimrit Orr
1980
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
Ireland
"What's Another Year" performed by Johnny Logan. Music and Lyrics Shay Healy
1981
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
United Kingdom
"Making Your Mind Up" performed by Bucks Fizz. Music and Lyrics Andy Hill and John Danter
1982
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
Germany
"Ein Bisschen Frieden" performed by Nicole. Music Ralph Siegel, Lyrics Bernd Meinunger
1983
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
Luxembourg
"Si La Vie Est Cadeau" performed by Corinne Hermès. Music Jean-Pierre Millers, Lyrics Alain Garcia
1984
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
Sweden
"Diggi-Loo Diggi-Ley" performed by Herreys. Music Torgny Söderberg, Lyrics Britt Lindeborg
1985
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
Norway
"La Det Swinge" performed by Bobbysocks, Music and Lyrics : Rolf Lövland
1986
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
Belgium
"J'aime la vie" performed by Sandra Kim
1987
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
Ireland
"Hold Me Now" performed by Johnny Logan
1988
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
Switzerland
"Ne partez pas sans moi" performed by Céline Dion
1989
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
Yugoslavia
"Rock Me" performed by Riva
1990
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
Italy
"Insieme" performed by Toto Cutugno
1991
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
Sweden
"Fångad av en stormvind" performed by Carola
1992
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
Ireland
"Why Me" performed by Linda Martin
1993
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
Ireland
"In Your Eyes" performed by Niamh Kavanagh
1994
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
Ireland
"Rock'n'Roll Kids" performed by Paul Harrington & Charlie McGettigan
1995
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
Norway
"Nocturne" performed by Secret Garden
1996
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
Ireland
"The Voice" performed by Eimear Quinn
1997
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
United Kingdom
"Love Shine a Light" performed by Katrina and the Waves
1998
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
Israel
"Diva" performed by Dana International
1999
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
Sweden
"Take Me to Your Heaven" performed by Charlotte Nilsson
2000
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
Denmark
"Fly On The Wings Of Love" performed by The Olsen Brothers
2001
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
Estonia
"Everybody" performed by Tanel Padar, Dave Benton & 2XL
2002
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
Latvia
"I Wanna" performed by Marie N
2003
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
Turkey
"Everyway That I Can" performed by Sertab Erener
2004
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
Ukraine
"Wild Dand" performed by Ruslana
2005
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
Greece
"My Number One" performed by Helena Paparizou
2006
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
Finland
"Hard Rock Hallelujah" performed by Lordi
2007
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
Serbia
"Molitva" performed by Marija Serifovik
2008
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
Russia
"Believe" performed by Dima Bilan
2009
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
Norway
"Fairytale" performed by Alexander Rybak
2010
   Eurovision Song Contest winner was   
Germany
"Satellite" performed by Lena Meyer-Landrut


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