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Singing This Song

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Singing This Song

"Singing This Song"
Eurovision Song Contest 1975 entry
Renato Micallef
Sammy Galea
M. Iris Mifsud
Finals performance
Final result
Final points
Appearance chronology
◄ "L-imħabba" (1972)   
"Could It Be" (1991) ►

"Singing This Song" was the Maltese entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1975, performed in English (the first occasion on which the Maltese entry had not featured any lyrics in Maltese) by Renato.

The song is an up-tempo number, with Renato urging his listeners not to worry if bad things happen to them, but rather to "Join in singing this song". The final line of the song appeared in a medley of "attractive male performers" at the Congratulations special in late 2005.

The song was performed tenth on the night (following the United Kingdom's The Shadows with "Let Me Be the One" and preceding Belgium's Ann Christy with "Gelukkig zijn"). At the close of voting, it had received 32 points, placing 12th in a field of 19.

After three entries, and having experienced only modest success, Malta withdrew from the Could It Be".

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