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Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest 1989

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Country  Sweden
Selection date(s)  11 March 1989
Selected song  "En dag"
Selection process  Melodifestivalen 1989
Selected entrant  Tommy Nilsson
Final result  4th, 110 points

Sweden chose their song and singer for the Eurovision Song Contest 1989 in the national preselection Melodifestivalen 1989. With a small mariginal, the winner was Tommy Nilsson with the power ballad En dag, written by Tim Norell, Ola HÃ¥kansson and Alexander Bard.

The song was drawn #10 at the contest in Lausanne, Switzerland. It scored very well, receiving a total of 110 points, making Sweden finish 4th, only 1 point behind their 3rd-placed neighbour Denmark.

References

Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest 1989 Wikipedia


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