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Fångad i en dröm

Sweden "Fångad i en dröm"
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Eurovision Song Contest 1981 entry
Country Sweden
Artist(s) Björn Skifs
Language Swedish
Composer(s) Björn Skifs and Bengt Palmers
Lyricist(s) Björn Skifs and Bengt Palmers
Conductor Anders Berglund
Finals performance
Final result 10th
Final points 50
Appearance chronology
◄ "Just nu!" (1980)   
"Dag efter dag" (1982) ►

"Fångad i en dröm" ("Captured in a dream") is a song by Björn Skifs performed in Swedish, which represented Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest 1981.

This was the second time that Björn Skifs had represented Sweden in the contest, having previously entered the contest for Sweden in 1978 with the song Det blir alltid värre framåt natten, curiosly also in 1978 Skifs was the last performer of the night. The song was written by Björn Skifs and Bengt Palmers. It was performed 20th and last on the night of the contest (last), following Switzerland Peter, Sue & Marc with "Io senza te" ), placing 10th ( in a field of 20) and has received 50 points.

The song was succeeded as Swedish representative at the 1982 contest by Chips (band) with "Dag efter dag".


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