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Give Me Your Love

For other uses of "Give Me Your Love", see Give Me Your Love (disambiguation).
Sweden "Give Me Your Love"
Eurovision Song Contest 2003 entry
Country Sweden
Artist(s) Jessica Andersson,
Magnus Bäcklund
As Fame
Language English
Composer(s) Carl Lösnitz, Calle Kindbom
Lyricist(s) Carl Lösnitz, Calle Kindbom
Finals performance
Final result 5th
Final points 107
Appearance chronology
◄ "Never Let It Go" (2002)   
"It Hurts" (2004) ►

"Give Me Your Love" was the Swedish entry at the Eurovision Song Contest 2003. The song was performed by Jessica Andersson and Magnus Bäcklund as 'Fame' and was composed by Carl Lösnitz and Calle Kindbom.

The song was performed 25th on the night of the contest, following Romania's Nicola with "Don't Break My Heart" and preceding Slovenia's Karmen Stavec with "Nanana". At the close of the voting the song had received 107 points, placing 5th out of 26 countries competing.

This song was succeeded as the Swedish Eurovision representative by Lena Philipsson with "It Hurts".

Preceded by
"Never Let It Go" by Afro-dite
Melodifestivalen winners
2003
Succeeded by
"Det gör ont" by Lena Philipsson
Preceded by
"I Drove All Night" by Céline Dion
Swedish Singles Chart number-one single (first run)
27 March –3 April 2003
Succeeded by
"Not a Sinner Nor a Saint" by Alcazar
Preceded by
"Anyone Of Us" by Gareth Gates
Swedish Singles Chart number-one single (second run)
1 May 2003
Succeeded by
"Alive" by Da Buzz

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