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Tú volverás

"Tú volverás"
Eurovision Song Contest 1975 entry
Country Spain
Artist(s) Sergio Blanco Rivas
Estíbaliz Uranga Améraza
As Sergio & Estíbaliz
Language Spanish
Composer(s) Juan Carlos Calderón
Lyricist(s) Juan Carlos Calderón
Conductor Juan Carlos Calderón López De Arroyabe
Finals performance
Final result 10th
Final points 53
Appearance chronology
◄ "Canta y sé feliz" (1974)   
"Sobran las palabras" (1976) ►

"Tú volverás" ("You'll return") was the Spanish entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1975, performed in Spanish by the duo Sergio y Estíbaliz.

Sergio Blanco Rivas and Estíbaliz Uranga Améraza were both former members of Mocedades, the group which represented Spain at the 1973 Contest with "Eres tú", Estíbaliz is in fact the sister of lead singer Amaya Uranga, and both "Eres tú" and "Tu volverás" were written by prolific Spanish composer and lyricist Juan Carlos Calderón. Sergio and Estíbaliz also recorded an English language version of their entry, then entitled "Love Come Home".

The song was performed seventeenth on the night, following Portugal's Duarte Mendes with "Madrugada" and preceding Sweden's Lasse Berghagen with "Jennie, Jennie". At the close of voting, it had received 53 points, placing 10th in a field of 19.

It was succeeded as Spanish representative at the 1976 contest by Braulio with "Sobran las palabras".

Sources and external links

  • Official Eurovision Song Contest site, history by year, 1975.
  • Detailed info and lyrics, The Diggiloo Thrush, "Tú volverás".


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