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Bernd Meinunger

Bernd Meinunger
Also known as John O'Flynn
Born (1944-09-30) 30 September 1944 (age 69)
Meiningen, Germany
Occupations lyricist, record producer
Years active 1970s–present
Associated acts Ralph Siegel, Hanne Haller, E-Rotic

Bernd Meinunger (born 30 September 1944 in Meiningen) is a German lyricist and record producer (with Hanne Haller) who frequently works with Ralph Siegel and David Brandes. Several of his songs have represented Germany in the Eurovision Song Contest.

Selection of Works

Eurovision Song Contest participations

Year Song Artist Country Position
1979 "Dschinghis Khan" Dschinghis Khan  Germany 4th
1980 "Theater" Katja Ebstein  Germany 2nd
1980 "Papa Pingouin" Sophie & Magaly  Luxembourg 9th
1981 "Johnny Blue" Lena Valaitis  Germany 2nd
1982 "Ein bißchen Frieden" Nicole  Germany 1st
1985 "Children, Kinder, Enfants" Ireen Sheer, C. & M. Roberts, Olivier, Solomon  Luxembourg 13th
1987 "Laß die Sonne in dein Herz" Wind  Germany 2nd
1988 "Lied für einen Freund" Maxi & Chris Garden  Germany 14th
1992 "Träume sind für alle da" Wind  Germany 16th
1994 "Wir geben 'ne Party" Mekado  Germany 3rd
1997 "Zeit" Bianca Shomburg  Germany 18th
1999 "Reise nach Jerusalem – Kudüs'e seyahat" Sürpriz  Germany 3rd
2002 "I Can't Live Without Music" Corinna May  Germany 21st
2003 "Let's Get Happy" Lou  Germany 11th
2005 "Cool Vibes" Vanilla Ninja   Switzerland 8th
2005 "Run & Hide" Gracia  Germany 24th
2006 "If We All Give a Little" six4one   Switzerland 17th
2009 "Just Get Out of My Life" Andrea Demirović  Montenegro 11th (semifinal)

External links

  • Discogs


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