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Playing with Numbers

"Playing with Numbers"
Single by Molly Sterling
Released 3 April 2015
Format Digital download
Length 3:05
"Playing with Numbers"
Eurovision Song Contest 2015 entry
Molly Sterling, Greg French
Molly Sterling, Greg French
Finals performance
Semi-final result
Failed to qualify
Semi-final points
Appearance chronology
◄ "Heartbeat" (2014)   
Music video
"Playing with Numbers" on YouTube

"Playing with Numbers" is a song performed by Irish singer-songwriter Molly Sterling. It was released as a digital download in Ireland on 3 April 2015. The song represented Ireland in the second semi-final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2015, but finished 12th and did not proceed to the final. The song was written and produced by Molly Sterling and Greg French.


  • Music video 1
  • Track listing 2
  • Chart performance 3
    • Weekly charts 3.1
  • Release history 4
  • References 5

Music video

A music video to accompany the release of "Playing with Numbers" was first released onto YouTube on 16 March 2015 at a total length of three minutes and four seconds.[1]

Track listing

Digital download
No. Title Length
1. "Playing With Numbers" (Single) 3:00
2. "Playing With Numbers" (Karaoke) 2:59

Chart performance

Weekly charts

Chart (2015) Peak
Ireland (IRMA)[2] 77

Release history

Country Date Format Label
Ireland 3 April 2015[3] Digital download Lunar Records


  1. ^ Molly Sterling - Playing With Numbers (Ireland) 2015 Eurovision Song Contest - YouTube
  2. ^ "Chart Track: Week 22, 2015". Irish Singles Chart.
  3. ^ iTunes - Music - Playing With Numbers (Single) by Molly Sterling
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