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Even If (Andy Abraham song)

"Even If"
Andy Abraham
from the album Even If
Released 19 May 2008
Format CD
Digital Download
Recorded 2008
Genre Pop
Label B-line
Andy Abraham singles chronology

"December Brings Me Back To You"
(2006)
"Even If"
(2008)

United Kingdom "Even If"
Eurovision Song Contest 2008 entry
Country United Kingdom
Artist(s) Andy Abraham
Language English
Composer(s) Andy Abraham, Paul Wilson, Andy Watkins
Finals performance
Final result 23rd (joint last)
Final points 14
Appearance chronology
◄ "Flying the Flag (For You)" (2007)   
"It's My Time" (2009) ►

"Even If" sung by Andy Abraham, was the United Kingdom's entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2008, Belgrade, Serbia. It was released on 19 May 2008, stated by his official website.

The song is an up-tempo soul type song written by Andy Abraham, Paul Wilson and Andy Watkins.

According to betting site PaddyPower.com, the odds for the song to win the Eurovision Song Contest 2008 were 100/1.[1] In the end, the song reached joint last place at 23rd, with 14 points.

The single reached #67 on the UK Singles Chart.

The song was succeeded as United Kingdom representative at the 2009 contest by Jade Ewen with "It's My Time". The UK's 2009 performance was a significant improvement on 2008's last-place finish, with Jade Ewen coming 5th in Moscow.

Charts

Chart (2008) Peak
position
UK Singles Chart[2] 67

Track listing

  • Even If (Radio Edit)
  • Even If (Album Version)
  • Even If (Manhattan Clique Remix, Radio Edit)
  • Even If (Karaoke Version)
  • BONUS - Even If (Videoclip)

References

External links

  • BBC Online
  • Even If - Diggiloo Thrush
  • Even If Performed Live at Eurovision:Your Decision on the Official BBC Youtube Channel
  • Even If Video From Andy Abraham's Official Youtube Channel
Preceded by
Flying the Flag (For You)
United Kingdom in the Eurovision Song Contest
2008
Succeeded by
It's My Time

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