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Stay Forever (song)

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Stay Forever (song)

Slovenia "Stay Forever"
Eurovision Song Contest 2004 entry
Country Slovenia
Artist(s) Diana Lečnik,
Simon Gomilšek
As Platin
Language English
Composer(s) Simon Gomilšek
Lyricist(s) Diana Lečnik
Finals performance
Semi-final result 21st
Semi-final points 5
Appearance chronology
◄ "Nanana" (2003)   
"Stop" (2005) ►

"Stay Forever" was the Slovene entry to the Eurovision Song Contest 2004, sung by the duo Platin and performed in English.

On the night of the semi-final, the song performed sixteenth (following Macedonia's Toše Proeski with "Life" and preceding Estonia's Neiokõsõ and "Tii"). At the close of voting, it had received 5 points, placing twenty-first in a field of twenty two, failing to reach the final, and relegating Slovenia to the semi-final in the next contest.

It was succeeded as Slovene representative at the 2005 contest by Omar Naber with "Stop".

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