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Las Vegas (song)

Sweden "Las Vegas"
Eurovision Song Contest 2005 entry
Country Sweden
Artist(s) Martin Stenmarck
Language English
Composer(s) Tim Larsson,
Tobias Lundgren,
Johan Fransson,
Niklas Edberger
Lyricist(s) Tim Larsson,
Tobias Lundgren,
Johan Fransson,
Niklas Edberger
Finals performance
Final result 19th
Final points 30
Appearance chronology
◄ "It Hurts" (2004)   
"Invincible" (2006) ►

"Las Vegas" performed by Martin Stenmarck, was the winning song for the Swedish Melodifestivalen 2005. The song managed to finish 2nd as the best result at Svensktoppen and 1st at the Swedish singles chart. At the Eurovision Song Contest 2005 in Kiev, Ukraine the song finished 19th of the 24 competing songs in the final. Because the song only got 30 points, Sweden had to first compete in the semifinal at the Eurovision Song Contest 2006. It is not to be confused with the Tony Christie song of the same name.

External links

  • "Las Vegas" at the Swedish singles chart
Preceded by
"Det gör ont" by Lena Philipsson
Melodifestivalen winners
Succeeded by
"Evighet" by Carola Häggkvist
Preceded by
"Vi kan gunga" by Jimmy Jansson
Swedish Singles Chart number-one single
24 March 2005
Succeeded by
"Håll om mig" by Nanne Grönvall

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