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Alla andra får varann

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Alla andra får varann

Sweden "Alla andra får varann"
Eurovision Song Contest 1960 entry
Country Sweden
Artist(s) Siw Malmkvist
Language Swedish
Composer(s) Ulf Kjellqvist
Lyricist(s) Åke Gerhard
Conductor Thore Ehrling
Finals performance
Final result 10th
Final points 4
Appearance chronology
◄ "Augustin" (1959)   
"April, April" (1961) ►

"Alla andra får varann" (All the others get each other) is a song by Swedish singer Siw Malmkvist, that represented Sweden at the Eurovision Song Contest 1960, performed in Swedish.

The song was the winner of Melodifestivalen 1960, performed by both Östen Warnerbring and Inger Berggren. However it was decided by Sveriges Radio that Siw Malmkvist would perform the song at Eurovision.

The song was performed second on the night of the contest, held on 29 March 1960, following the United Kingdom's Bryan Johnson with "Looking High, High, High" and preceding Luxembourg's Camillo Felgen with "So laang we's du do bast". The song received 4 points, placing 10th in a field of 13.

The song was succeeded as Swedish representative at the 1961 Contest by Lill-Babs with "April, April".

Preceded by
"Augustin" by Siw Malmkvist
Melodifestivalen winners
1960, performed by Östen Warnerbring and Inger Berggren
Succeeded by
"April, April" by Siw Malmkvist and Gunnar Wiklund

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