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Härliga sommardag

Sweden "Härliga sommardag"
Eurovision Song Contest 1972 entry
Country Sweden
Artist(s) Agneta Munther
Marie Bergman
Berndt Öst
Pierre Isacsson
As Family Four
Language Swedish
Composer(s) Håkan Elmquist
Lyricist(s) Håkan Elmquist
Conductor Mats Olsson
Finals performance
Final result 13th
Final points 75
Appearance chronology
◄ "Vita vidder" (1971)   
"You are summer - you never tell me no" (1973) ►

Härliga sommardag" (English translation: "Lovely summer's day") was the Swedish entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1972, performed in Swedish by Family Four.

The song is about a lovely summer's day, with the band describing a beautiful day of summer which inspires people to make ballads and songs.

The song was performed 14th on the night (following Yugoslavia's Tereza Kesovija with "Muzika i ti" and preceding Monaco's Peter McLane & Anne-Marie Godart with "Comme on s'aime"). At the close of voting, it had received 75 points, placing 13th in a field of 18.

It was succeeded as Swedish representative at the 1973 Contest by Nova with "You are summer - you never tell me no".


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