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Cyprus
Cyprus

Capital city Nicosia
Population 788,000
Area 9,251 km²
Internet TLD cy
Member station CyBC
Appearances
Appearances 30
First appearance 1981
Best result 5th: 1982,1997,2004
Worst result Last: 1986

History
Cyprus made its debut in the Eurovision Song Contest in 1981. Cyprus’ best result, fifth place, has been achieved on three occasions: in 1982 with Anna Vissi, 1997 with Hara & Andreas Constantinou, and 2004 with Lisa Andreas.Since its first entry, Cyprus has participated every year except 1988 and 2001. In 1988, Cyprus withdrew its entry after broadcaster CyBC determined that the intended entry was ineligible; the song had been entered (but not selected) in the 1984 national selection process, which was a violation of the Cypriot selection rules. In 2001, the country did not qualify for the contest due to insufficiently high average scores in previous contests, according to the qualification process at the time.
Cyprus is famous for always exchanging 12 points with Greece in the Semi Final and Final, though there have been exceptions. The last time Cyprus gave Greece less than 12 points was in 1996 (10 points), while the last time Greece gave Cyprus less than 12 points was in 1995 (8 points). Since the advent of televoting in 1998, the two countries have consistently given each other the maximum 12 points.
Cyprus and Turkey, another participant, never voted for each other until 2003, a taboo attributed to the ongoing Cyprus dispute.
Since its first entry in 1981, Cyprus has had a mixture of good and bad results. The best result achieved so far is a fifth place, reached by Anna Vissi in 1982, Hara and Andreas Constantinou in 1997 and Lisa Andreas in 2004. The lowest result was a last place in 1986, with the song “Tora Zo” sung by Elpida.
In the 1980s and 1990s, Cyprus had managed to reach the top 10 a number of times, something which made the Contest become popular in the Cypriot public. Since the last best result of the country in 2004, Cyprus’s performance has dropped notably.

1981


“Monika” (Greek script: “Μόνικα”) was the debut entry for Cyprus in the Eurovision Song Contest, performed in Greek at the Eurovision Song Contest 1981 by Island (music group).
The song was performed eighteenth on the night, following Greece’s Yiannis Dimitras with “Fegari Kalokerino” and preceding Switzerland’s Peter, Sue & Marc with “Io senza te”. At the close of voting, it had received 69 points, placing it sixth in a field of 20.
lyrics

Years pass, love and snow find us always together
We weathered storms and hard times, but always our love remains
I never remember me being worried because it was always you
My trusted company, my happy song, my golden love and hope

Moni, Moni, Moni, Moni, Moni, Moni, Moni, Moni, Monica
You live for me, I live for you and everything is in harmony
Moni, Moni, Moni, Moni, Moni, Moni, Moni, Moni, Monica
You live for me, I live for you and everything is in harmony

I never remember me being worried because it was always you
My trusted company, my happy song, my golden love and hope

Moni, Moni, Moni, Moni, Moni, Moni, Moni, Moni, Monica
You live for me, I live for you and everything is in harmony
Moni, Moni, Moni, Moni, Moni, Moni, Moni, Moni, Monica
You live for me, I live for you and everything is in harmony

Moni, Moni, Moni, Moni, Moni, Moni, Moni, Moni, Monica
You live for me, I live for you and everything is in harmony
Moni, Moni, Moni, Moni, Moni, Moni, Moni, Moni, Monica
You live for me, I live for you and everything is in harmony

Monica

1982


“Mono I Agapi” (Greek script: Μόνο η αγάπη, English translation: “Only love”) was the Cypriot entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1982, performed in Greek by Anna Vissi. This was Vissi’s second Eurovision entry; in 1980 she had represented Greece in The Hague with the song “Autostop”, (sung together with the group Epikouri which also featured her sister Lia Vissi), and had then finished 13th.
“Mono I Agapi” was performed eighth on the night, following Switzerland’s Arlette Zola with “Amour on t’aime” and preceding Sweden’s Chips with “Dag efter dag”. At the close of voting, it had received 85 points, placing 5th in a field of 18, Cyprus’ best showing in the Contest to date
lyrics

Nothing stays, nothing lives
Everything is erased, vanished like the sun in the rain
But above me, above you
Above everything there’s

Only love, only love
Only love, and lives at every instant
Only love, only love
Only love, and lives

What’s our life, little if you think of it
You would close your eyes, you wouldn’t want to see
But behind the mistakes, the human torture
Above everything there’s

Only love, only love
Only love, and lives at every instant
Only love, only love
Only love, and lives

Our life passes by, and whatever leaves we’re in pain
It doesn’t come back, but something holds us together

Only love, only love
Only love, and lives at every instant
Only love, only love
Only love, and lives

Only love, only love
Only love, and lives

1983


I Agapi Akoma Zi (Greek script: Η αγάπη ακόμα ζει, English translation: “Love Is Still Alive”), was the Cypriot entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1983, performed in Greek by Stavros & Dina.
The song was performed thirteenth on the night (following Yugoslavia’s Danijel with “Džuli” and preceding Germany’s Hoffmann & Hoffmann with “Rücksicht”). At the close of voting, it had received 26 points, placing 16th in a field of 20.
lyrics

I wish I could establish, a big choir
And write for her a song, with a nice melody
I wish our children could learn it, and make music with it
And that it would be a song for everyone, and would say together

Love is still alive, love is still alive
Love is still alive, love is still alive
Love is still alive, albeit without a sunny day
Love is still alive, I feel it in the air tonight

I wish I could establish, a big choir
And write for her a song, with a nice melody
I wish our children could learn it, and sing it around the world
And the peoples of the earth, could sing together

Love is still alive, love is still alive
Love is still alive, love is still alive
Love is still alive, albeit without a sunny day
Love is still alive, I feel it in the air tonight

Love is still alive, love is still alive
Love is still alive, love is still alive

1984


Andy Paul is a Cypriot singer and songwriter and represented Cyprus with the song “Anna Mari-Elena” in the Eurovision Song Contest 1984 in Luxembourg.
At the Cyprus Eurovision national finals, Paul came in first, winning the spot to represent Cyprus at the international event. Lia Vissi-Piliouri, Anna Vissi’s sister, came in second at the event with the song “Htes”.After the 1984 Eurovision Song Contest, everything changed for Paul – he became a big star in the Greek music industry. He has supported big names such as Demis Roussos at the Royal Festival Hall, and worked with others in Greece and Cyprus.
lyrics

I sing out your name, Anna
I keep you in my throat Anna
You keep my heart warm
From the cold
And you take away the winter from me
And my isolation

Anna Maria Lena
One love holds us
Whoa… Anna it’ll only be one
Our dream in life
Anna Maria Lena

Happiness in life is dear, Anna
With a purpose I’ll tell it to you, Anna
Now I found the truth
An open road
Take the hand I’m giving you
We’ll both reach there

Anna Maria Lena
One love holds us
Anna it’ll only be one
Our dream in life
Anna Maria Lena

Oh… Anna Maria Lena
One love holds us
Whoa… Anna it’ll only be one
Our dream in life

Whoa… Anna Maria Lena
One love holds us
Whoa… Anna it’ll only be one
Our dream in life
Anna Maria Lena

1985


Olympia (Lia) Vissi (born 20 December 1955) is a Greek Cypriot singer, songwriter, composer and politician, most notable for her two participations in the Eurovision Song Contest and being older sister of Greek Cypriot singer Anna Vissi.Vissi participated in the Eurovision Song Contest twice. In 1979, she was a supporting singer for Elpida, representing Greece and 1984 saw Vissi participate in the Cypriot national song contest with the song Chtes, which came second.
Finally, in 1985 she represented Cyprus in the contest as a solo singer, singing her own composition To Katalava Arga, to which she also penned the lyrics. The Cypriot entry came 16th out of 19 songs, receiving 15 points, including 8 (rather than the usual maximum 12) from Greece. Interestingly, Cyprus also gave Greece only 8 points this year and total score of the Greek entry also totalled 15, but due to different score composition, the Eurovision scoring rules determined the Greek entry was eventually place higher.
Vissi took part in the 1991 Greek final for Eurovision, singing the anthem Agapi ti Gi. She was placed second behind Sophia Vossou. In 1992, Greek television decided not to televise the national final. Vissi submitted a song for consideration, Kapios, and found herself voted into second place yet again.
lyrics

Another day gone without a purpose
I’m alone in empty time in this world
In my bedroom looking down again
Only happiness when thinking of the past

You finished like a melodious song
You were a small musical piece
Your scent stayed like a note on paper
A living stamp of a loving moment

I loved you in my life, I was holding you
But you’ve gone and loneliness breaks me
I had a desire of locking you in my heart
But it was wrong I realised it too late

I’ll always remember you as a celebration
A loving and eternal icon
A sweet memory you won’t vanish
A secret hope you’ll be back

I loved you in my life, I was holding you
But you’ve gone and loneliness breaks me
I had a desire of locking you in my heart
But it was wrong I realised it too late

I had a desire of locking you in my heart
But it was wrong I realised it too late

1986


Cyprus was present at the Eurovision Song Contest 1986, held in Bergen, Norway.
For 1986, the Cypriot broadcaster, the Cyprus Broadcasting Corporation, selected their candidate for the Eurovision Song Contest internally. They chose Elpida, then a very popular singer in Greece and the Greek diaspora, who already had experience at Eurovision, representing Greece in 1979. The song chosen to go with her was “Tora Zo,” (Now I Live), composed by Peter Yiannakis, with lyrics by Yiannakis and Fivos Gavris.
At the Contest in Bergen, Elpida was the fifteenth performer on stage, following Germany and preceding Austria. At the end of judging that evening, the song received a total of 4 points, placing Cyprus last out of a field of 20 competing countries. It was the first, and so far only, occasion in which Cyprus placed last.
lyrics

A blue sky, and golden sand is in my heart
And in my dreams, everything becomes a dance

A far away exotic island, you have as a hidden flower
In every one of your songs, a purpose full of rhythm and melody

Now, now I live, only now I live
I live what I was living in my dreams
Now, now I live, only now I live
Now I live and have you in my heart

A thousand birds sing, the world becomes a feast
Look at the stars now, they becomes hot kisses

The moon plays hide and seek and dances on the seawave
Everything goes right, like a sweet smile

Now, now I live, only now I live
I live what I was living in my dreams
Now, now I live, only now I live
Now I live and have you in my heart

All all all for dance, music song and rhythm
Na na na na na…
All all all for dance, music song and rhythm
Na na na na na…

Now, now I live, only now I live
I live what I was living in my dreams
Now, now I live, only now I live
Now I live and have you in my heart

Now, now I live, only now I live
I live what I was living in my dreams
Now, now I live, only now I live
Now I live and have you in my heart

1987


Alexia Vassiliou (born February 5, 1964), better known as Alexia, is a Cypriot singer, vocalist, musician, performer, composer, lyricist, and activist, associated with Jazz music and Voice Improvisation.Alexia represented Cyprus twice in the Eurovision Song Contest, first with the song Monika with the musical band Island in 1981,[2] and then as a solo artist in 1987 with the song Aspro Mavro.
In 2012, Alexia was awarded with “Performer of the Year” at the Madame Figaro – Women of the Year Awards in Cyprus.
lyrics

I remember seeing you on the train
And you said that you wanted me to wait for you
Then you just vanished
I look for something to bring us together
But only a picture is left for me, yeah

White, black, I dream you are coming back to me
White, black, I play the piano and you smile
And as I touch the key I feel like flying
White, black, I dream I’ll see you again

I see your face in the mirror
As a star falls in the night
A wish we’ll be together
My dream always comes true
With a song, a sweet ballad, yeah

White, black, I dream you are coming back to me
White, black, I play the piano and you smile
And as I touch the key I feel like flying
White, black, I dream I’ll see you again

I close my eyes I want to find myself by your side
And as I wake up my dream comes true

White, black, I dream you are coming back to me
White, black, I play the piano and you smile
And as I touch the key I feel like flying
White, black, I dream I’ll see you again

1989


“Apopse as vrethume” (Greek script: “Απόψε ας βρεθούμε”, English translation: “Let’s Meet Tonight”) was the Cypriot entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1989, performed in Greek by Fani Polymeri and Yiannis Savvidakis.
The song was performed seventeenth on the night (following Spain’s Nina with “Nacida para amar” and preceding Switzerland’s Furbaz with “Viver senza tei”). At the close of voting, it had received 51 points, placing 11th in a field of 22.
lyrics

Me and you together, without any second thoughts
Let’s fly far away
And turn this night into a celebration

Let’s meet tonight, and go to strange distant world
Let’s enjoy tonight, the time that passes, and ever comes back

Let’s meet tonight, and go to strange distant world
Let’s enjoy tonight, the time that passes, and ever comes back

Me and you together, before the sun rises
Let’s live the night
And leave the problems for tomorrow morning

Let’s meet tonight, and go to strange distant world
Let’s enjoy tonight, the time that passes, and ever comes back

Our life passes so quickly
Let’s enjoy it together before it’s too late

Let’s meet tonight, and go to strange distant world
Let’s enjoy tonight, the time that passes, and ever comes back

Let’s meet tonight, and go to strange distant world
Let’s enjoy tonight, the time that passes, and ever comes back

1990


“Milas Poli” (Greek script: Μιλάς πολύ, English translation: “You Talk Too Much”) was the Cypriot entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1990, performed in Greek by Haris Anastasiou.
The song was performed twenty-first on the night (following Austria’s Simone with “Keine Mauern mehr” and preceding Finland’s Beat with “Fri?”). At the close of voting, it had received 36 points, placing 14th in a field of 22.
lyrics

I don’t know how to love you
I don’t know how to say it to you
I don’t know what present to give you
Which street should I walk along
Where will my history with you lead me
While I follow you?

You talk too much, you ask for too much
For once find a way
To stop your talking
You talk too much, you ask for too much

I don’t know what I should remind you of
Which melody, which rhythm
With music I should make my words alive
Where will my history with you lead me
While I follow you?

You talk too much, you ask for too much
For once find a way
To stop your talking
You talk too much, you ask for too much

Well we’d better be early an hour sooner
Let’s finish once and for all
It wasn’t right to continue
We made lots of mistakes

You talk too much, you ask for too much
For once find a way
To stop your talking
You talk too much, you ask for too much

You talk too much, you ask for too much
For once find a way
To stop your talking
You talk too much, you ask for too much

1991


Elena Patroklou was born in Nicosia in 1968. She began her musical career studying guitar and piano when she was just ten years old. She completed her musical studies in Vienna and Cyprus and received her music diploma in 1989. She represented Cyprus at the Eurovision Song Contest 1991 with a Kypros Charalambous composition entitled SOS finishing 9th place with 60 points.
lyrics

Here on the third planet
The fires have never died out
How it looks like a mad comet
Full of nuclears

We made the sun our enemy
We have hurt the earth everywhere
We have polluted our sky
And acid rain is falling

Planet earth calling, planet earth calling
S.O.S. S.O.S. S.O.S.
Planet earth calling, planet earth calling
S.O.S. S.O.S. S.O.S.

The birds die around us
The fish get out on land
All people stay silent
I don’t know what to do anymore

Planet earth calling, planet earth calling
S.O.S. S.O.S. S.O.S.
Planet earth calling, planet earth calling
S.O.S. S.O.S. S.O.S.

Planet earth calling, planet earth calling
S.O.S. S.O.S. S.O.S.
S.O.S.

1992


Cyprus entered the Eurovision Song Contest 1992 with “Teriazoume” by Evridiki, after she won the Cypriot national final.The Cypriot broadcaster, CyBC, held a national final to select the Cypriot entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 1992, held in Malmö, Sweden. The contest was held on 13 March at the International Conference Centre in Nicosia, hosted by Eirini Charalambidou. The winner selected from the eight songs that competed was chosen through the votes of a 24-person jury.
The winner was Evridiki with the song “Teriazoume” (We’re alike), composed by Giorgos Theophanous and Leonidas Malenis.
Evridiki performed 9th on the night of the contest, following Portugal and preceding Malta. “Teriazoume” received 57 points, placing 11th of 23 countries competing.
lyrics

I give you my lips, and into my existence
With every cell of mine I wrap you

You get lost in me, you play and get stuck
And I under my skin I hide you

We’re alike, you want like I do
A night with no tomorrow
We look alike, like two pieces of sky
Which mix to become water
And vanish
We’re alike, we’re alike

Scattered signs, bodies surrendering
And me begging for your touch

In a complete picture, a mad minefield
I become an explosion in front of you

We’re alike, you want like I do
A night with no tomorrow
We look alike, like two pieces of sky
Which mix to become water
And vanish
We’re alike, we’re alike

We’re alike, you want like I do
A night with no tomorrow
We look alike, like two pieces of sky
Which mix to become water
And vanish
We’re alike, we’re alike

1993


“Mi Stamatas” (Greek script: “Μη σταματάς”, English translation: “Don’t Stop”) was the Cypriot entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1993, performed in Greek by Kyriakos Zimboulakis and Dimos van Beke.
The song was performed twenty-third on the night (following Spain’s Eva Santamaría with “Hombres” and preceding Israel’s Sarah’le Sharon & The Shiru Group with “Shiru”). At the close of voting, it had received 17 points, placing 19th in a field of 25.
The song is a plea for global unity.
lyrics

In our life we enter naked
The same end and beginning define us
But there are some of us, the beggars of happiness

Don’t stop helping people
Don’t overtake don’t fear seeing the wrecks
And if life is occasionally hurt by the truth
Don’t stop, don’t stop

Whatever you own I own as well brother
But there are others who never laughed
Their sight is unclear, and they carry a cross

Don’t stop helping people
Don’t overtake don’t fear seeing the wrecks
And if life is occasionally hurt by the truth
Don’t stop, don’t stop

And if life is occasionally hurt by the truth
Don’t stop, don’t stop
And if life is occasionally hurt by the truth
Don’t stop, don’t stop

Don’t stop, don’t stop, don’t stop

1994


Íme ánthropos ki egó (Greek script: “Είμαι άνθρωπος κι εγώ”, English translation: “I’m Human Too”) was the Cypriot entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1994, performed in Greek by Evridiki. This was Evridiki’s second Eurovision entry, she had previously represented Cyprus in 1992 with “Teriazoume” which finished in 11th position.
It received 51 points and ranked 11th among 25.
The song is a plea for worldwide peace.
lyrics

I don’t wait for a special day
Like a sunday which doesn’t
Fit my awful silence
To wake up with an inmortal kiss

A shiny night, you’ll get hidden again
You shake as a boy in case they discover
You put on the uniform so that
No ‘hows’ and ‘whys’ can touch you

I’m a person too and I will shout tonight
I’m a person too, I’m fed up, I’ll change
You’re a person too, you’ve got my own life in your hands
And before I manage to tell you that
I love you, you kill me but I’m a person too

And when in morning in the mirror
I’ll be afraid to look at me in case I call myself a liar
The sings I’ll be asking if I did all
I had in mind

I’m a person too and I will shout tonight
I’m a person too, I’m fed up, I’ll change
You’re a person too, you’ve got my own life in your hands
And before I manage to tell you that
I’m a person too
A piece of the same God of yours
And I’m entitled to cry, to laugh, to feel pain
Below the same sky where others fly, I’ll fly
But I’m a person too
And I have your own life in my hands
And before you manage to tell me you love me
I kill you!
Because I’m a person too
I’m a person too

1995


Alexandros Panayi (Αλέξανδρος Παναγή in Greek characters, also known as Alex Panayi), was born in Nicosia, Cyprus. Alex is a Cypriot singer, composer, lyricist, producer, vocal coach and vocal arranger, best known for having represented his country twice at the Eurovision Song Contest in 1995 & 2000.
Alex’s involvement with the Eurovision Song Contest includes:
backing vocals for the 1989 Cypriot entry “Apopse As Vrethoume”;
Performing the song “Pistevo” in the first Cypriot national Final in 1990. (3rd place);
backing vocals for Elena Patroklou in the 1991 Cypriot entry “SOS”;
Performing the song “Gia Sena Tragoudo” in the Cypriot National Final 1993 (3rd place);
soloist and composer for the Cypriot entry “Sti Fotia” in 1995;
performing the duet, “Fterougisma” with Marlen Angelidou in the Cypriot preselection of 1998 (2nd place);
performing in the vocal duo Voice with Christina Argyri for the 2000 Cypiot entry “Nomiza”;
vocal director and backing vocalist for Helena Paparizou in the song, “My Number One” which won the 2005 contest.
stage director for Fabrizio Faniello, Malta, with the song “I do” – vocal coach for the greek entry “Everything” Anna Vissi in 2006 Eurovision Song Contest held in Athens, Greece
Performing the song “There Is Love” in the Cypriot National Final 2009 (6th place);
Vocal director and backing vocalist for Sakis Rouvas in the 2009 Greek entry “This Is Our Night”
producer for the song “Hamogela” by the group “triimitonio” in the Greek National Final 2011 (2nd place);
vocal director and backing vocalist for the song “We Are The Heroes” by LITESOUND for Belarus in ESC2012;
lyrics

I start my path with a shout
And I take my hand to the fire
Wise men prophety
Told me that I would be pierced with pins

With my grey uniform I learnt
To love the Holy God
I change the truth
And I walk ahead strongly

And I don’t believe yet
I changed the rules
I’m the Greek who fights
They said I lost my way
They opened me paths
I remained alone
But I lived again
I lived in the fire

The fire which burns my soul
It’s always about to be extinguished
By a bitter honey
Which falls like rain

But I went ahead
I didn’t listen to their words
I’m the Greek who goes ahead
They told me not to ask
The told me not to look for reasons
I lived alone in the fire

And I don’t believe yet
I changed the rules
I’m the Greek who fights
They said I lost my way
They opened me paths
I remained alone
But I lived again
I lived in the fire

I’m the Greek who fights
They said I lost my way
They opened me paths
I remained alone
But I lived again
I lived in the fire

In the fire

1996


“Mono Yia Mas” (Greek script: “Μόνο Για Μας”, English translation: “Only For Us”) was the Cypriot entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1996, performed in Greek by Constantinos.
The song was performed fifth on the night, following Portugal’s Lúcia Moniz with “O meu coração não tem cor” and preceding Malta’s Miriam Christine with “In A Woman’s Heart”. At the close of voting, it had received 72 points, placing 9th in a field of 23.
The song features Christoforou telling his lover that the night exists “only for us”.
Christoforou would later appear (at the 2002 Contest) as part of One with “Gimme” and at the 2005 Contest performing Ela Ela (Come Baby) solo. Thus, this performance was the first “leg” in the rare sequence of a contestant making a solo appearance, an appearance as a member of a group and a further solo appearance.
lyrics

Tonight my sweetheart
The half moon
A cradle taking us
To the sky
Let’s leave the earth
And every wound of it
Let it wait till the dawn
This night my darling
It’s a night of love

Only for us
All the stars of the sky
Turn into boats and fall into the ocean
So, make as many wishes you want
There’s no room for guilts in our night
Live the thrills of joy
They’re only for us

Only for us

Only for us
All the stars of the sky
Turn into boats and fall into the ocean
So, make as many wishes you want
There’s no room for guilts in our night
Live the thrills of joy
They’re only for us
Only for us
Only for us

1997


“Mana Mou” (Greek script: “Μάνα μου”, English translation: “My mother”) was the Cypriot entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1997, performed in Greek by Hara & Andreas Konstantinou.
The song was performed first on the night preceding Turkey’s Şebnem Paker and Grup Etnic with “Dinle”. At the close of voting, it had received 98 points, placing 5th in a field of 25.
The song is an ode to Cyprus itself, with the singers likening the country’s beauty to that of Aphrodite.
lyrics

What should I call you, my joy, grieving joy
An island in the sun is waiting for us
A wide door that opens in my soul
I sing to you and you shine, my Sunrise

Motherland
My sweet homeland
Lead your dreams to me, ah motherland
Into the depths of my heart

Show me
Your beauty my Aphrodite
The wave rolls into my house
I bend my head in worship

You are a sequin in the day, the eye of the sun
A nightingale on slumber’s path way
A honey and fairy tales spring
You are a longing wanting and telling the truth

Motherland
My sweet homeland
Lead your dreams to me, ah motherland
Into the depths of my heart

Show me
Your beauty my Aphrodite
The wave rolls into my house
I bend my head in worship

Tam tabadababam pabababadam…
Tabadam tabadam tabadam tabadabadabadam…
Pam pabadabadam pabababadam…
Tabadam tabadam tabadam tabadabadabadam…

Tam tabadabadam tabadabadam…
Tabadam tabadam tabadam tabadabadaba…
Tabadabada, tabadabada…
Tabadabadabadabadabadabadam…

Motherland
My sweet homeland
Lead your dreams to me, ah motherland
I bend my head in worship

1998


For the 1998 Eurovision Song Contest, Cyprus entered “Genesis”, performed by Michalis Hatzigiannis. It received 37 points and 11th place.
The Cypriot selection heat was held on 1 March 1998 and was hosted by Marina Meleni and Loukas Hamatsos.
lyrics

Strange, peculiar love
Hope on the dance of the wind
Beautiful goddess at the crossroads
Of ancient, all-powerful races

In the mouths of your people, little homeland
You have placed a formidable word
I know, holding firm somewhere inside you
Is that boundless, global virtue

Genesis
Universal truth
Resurrection of light
Spring’s dance of freedom

Genesis
On the prehistoric Earth
The primordial cry
The celebration of youth and freedom
Genesis, Genesis

At the sunset of the century, an illusion
Arises, separates and divides
But another truth unites us
Belief in peace, resistance

Genesis
Universal truth
Resurrection of light
Spring’s dance of freedom

Genesis
On the prehistoric Earth
The primordial cry
The celebration of youth and freedom

Genesis
On the prehistoric Earth
The primordial cry
The celebration of youth and freedom
Genesis, Genesis

1999


Cyprus and the Cyprus Broadcasting Corporation (CyBC) chose to host a National Final to select their entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 1999 with the winner being chosen an “expert” jury. Marlen Angelidou was chosen with “Tha ‘Nai Erotas” and placed 22nd at Eurovision.
Marlain performed 14th on the night of the contest, held in Jerusalem, Israel on 29 May 1999. Cyprus followed Iceland’s entry, Selma with “All Out Of Luck”, and preceded Sweden’s entry, Charlotte Nilsson with “Take Me to Your Heaven”. Despite being a favourite to win it only received 2 points, all from the United Kingdom, placing 22nd in a field of 23, beating only Spain.
lyrics

The moon lights dimly in the city
And if you can bear with the scene
Your eyes have taken two drops
From the morning rain

Take the stars of the sky
Ornament his sight
Touch the flower of the lotus
Call his name and it will be love

Some star lights dimly in the city
And you remained to live, yes to live
To the first of your heart’s summer
Into the hugs of Sunday

Take the stars of the sky
Ornament his sight
Touch the flower of the lotus
Call his name and it will be love

(But don’t ask), it will be love
But don’t ask, it will be love

(Take the stars of the sky)
Ornament his sight
Touch the flower of the lotus
Call his name and it will be love
It will be love
(It will be love, it will be love, it will be love)

2000


Cyprus and CyBC chose to host a National Selection with the winner being chosen an “expert” jury. Alexandros Panayi & Christina Argyri were chosen with “Nomiza” and placed 21st at Eurovision.The National Final took place on February 16, 2000 at the Nea Leoforos Nightclub in Limassol and was hosted by Loukas Hamatsos. There were 11 songs in the final with the winning song chosen solely by an “expert” jury.”Nomiza” was performed eleventh on the night (following Belgium’s Nathalie Sorce with “Envie de vivre” and preceding Iceland’s August & Telma with “Tell Me!”). At the close of voting, it had received 8 points, placing 21st in a field of 24.
lyrics

Ha perduto tutto quanto, ho ferito e dopo ho pianto, tanto
Infiammato dal tuo amore, io dimentico l’onore, brucio

But with all that touches us, so much still keeps us apart
Life expects us to be different, but for how long

I believed that I would find a way
To bring together all that kept us apart

Rosso vivo lo sai è la fiamma che è in noi
Non si spegnerà mai, causerà tanti guai

Ho cercato di smorzare emozioni da ignorare, lievi

I’m all right the way I am, and time won’t change – you

Ah… I believed that I would find a way
To bring together all that kept us apart
I believed that my heart came first
Yet I’m leaving, though I still love you (love you)
No, yeah…
I believed that I would find a way

(Na na na…) I believed… (na na na…) I believed…
Na na na… na na na… na na na… ah ah ah…

I believed that my heart came first
Yet I’m leaving, though I still love you

2002


Cyprus was represented by the group One with the song “Gimme”. The group was selected internally, so a Cypriot National Final was not held. At the Eurovision Song Contest, the group had a solid result and they qualified Cyprus for 2003 Eurovision Song Contest.
lyrics
Say yeah, gimme your lovin’
(Gimme, gimme, gimme, gimme)
(Gimme, gimme, gimme your lovin’)

Thought that it would be so easy
Thought that I could be alone
But when I’m close to you, I lose my mind
I lose control
(Gimme your lovin’)

I want you so, I won’t let go
Please give me now a sign to move on, oh…

Gimme, gimme, gimme your lovin’
Far away from you seems like dyin’
Don’t you leave me standing in the dark
Oh… gimme, gimme, gimme your lovin’
Gimme, gimme a chance to make you my girl
Let me be the one to win your heart
Gimme your lovin’

Thought that everything would be okay
I could live just on my own
(Gimme your lovin’)

But I want you so, I won’t let go
Please give me now a sign to move on, oh…

Gimme, gimme, gimme your lovin’
Far away from you seems like dyin’
Don’t you leave me standing in the dark
Oh… gimme, gimme, gimme your lovin’
Gimme, gimme a chance to make you my girl
Let me be the one to win your heart
Gimme your lovin’

(Gimme, gimme,) gimme, gimme
Gimme, gimme, (gimme, gimme, gimme, gimme)
Gimme you lovin’

(Na na na na na na na na na…) Na…
(Na na na na na na na na na…)
Na na na na na na na na na…

(Oh…) gimme, gimme, gimme your lovin’
Far away from you seems like dyin’
(Don’t you leave me standing in the dark)
Don’t you leave me standing in the dark

(Oh… gimme, gimme, gimme your lovin’) Gimme your lovin’
(Gimme, gimme a chance to make you my girl) My girl
Let me be the one to win your heart
Gimme your lovin’

Gimme, gimme

2003


“Feeling Alive” was the Cypriot entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 2003, performed in English by Stelios Konstantas.
The song was performed ninth on the night (following Croatia’s Claudia Beni with Više nisam tvoja and preceding Germany’s Lou with “Let’s Get Happy”). At the close of voting, it had received 15 points, placing 20th in a field of 26. For his Eurovision appearance, Stelios appeared dressed in a white suit and shirt. His backing performers, which included two girls in sleeveless, white, floor-length gowns, were also dressed in white.

lyrics

Give me your hand
Give me your smile
Give me your kiss, baby
Please, just be mine

I need your love
I need you tonight
I’ve waited for you, baby
All of my life, all of my life

I’m feeling alive when you’re looking at me
I’m feeling alive when you stand close to me
I’m feeling alive when you call out my name
Oh please, tell me, baby, that you feel the same

You make me feel so alive, I feel so alive

Give me a chance
Give me some time
To prove to you, baby
I’m telling no lies

Don’t play with my heart
Don’t play with my mind
I’ve waited for you, baby
All of my life, all of my life

I’m feeling alive when you’re looking at me
I’m feeling alive when you stand close to me
I’m feeling alive when you call out my name
Oh please, tell me, baby, that you feel the same

You make me feel so alive, I feel so alive

I swear I’m telling no lies
I need you tonight

I’m feeling alive when you’re looking at me
I’m feeling alive when you stand close to me
I’m feeling alive when you call out my name
So please, tell me, baby, that you feel the same

I’m feeling alive when you’re looking at me
I’m feeling alive when you stand close to me
I’m feeling alive when you call out my name
So please, tell me, baby, that you feel the same

Feeling, feeling alive

2004


Cyprus was represented by Lisa Andreas and the song “Stronger Every Minute”, with music and English lyric by Mike Connaris, and Greek lyric by Matheson Bayley and Andrew Adams. The Cypriot National Final was held on February 17, 2004, hosted by Loukas Hamatsos who participated in the 1990 and 1993 Cypriot finals,with the winner being chosen by an “expert” jury (40%) and televoting (60%).On January 25, an internal jury selected 10 songs that made it to the final.
At Eurovision, Lisa Andreas came in 5th place in the semi-final,behind Serbia & Montenegro, Ukraine, Greece and Albania. Andreas repeated this success in the final, coming in equal 5th with Sweden, behind Ukraine, Serbia & Montenegro, Greece and Turkey, its equal highest placing ever to date in the Eurovision Song Contest (the other times being in 1982 with Anna Vissi and 1997 with Hara&Andreas Constantinou). Cyprus also received its most ever points in one contest (170 points from 32 countries).
Cyprus also won a Marcel Bezençon Award. Mike Connaris (lyricist and composer) walked away with the first ever Composer Award for his composition of Cyprus’ entry.
lyrics

No matter where I am
I’m always thinking of you
It may be hard, but I need you to understand
That I don’t often say what I feel
But now this is straight from my heart

My love grows stronger every minute
And it won’t ever die
I want you to stay with me
Not just this day, but for all my life

Now when I look into your eyes
I can tell there’s something wrong
You’re holding back the tears
Couldn’t bare to lose you now
So I will make my feelings clear

My love grows stronger every minute
And it won’t ever die
You must believe I’ll always be there
For you all my life

Oh, please stay
Mmm…

My love grows stronger every minute
And it won’t ever die
I want you to stay with me
Not just this day, but for all my life

Oh please, stay

2005


Cyprus was represented at the Eurovision Song Contest 2005 by Constantinos Christoforou and the song “Ela Ela (Come Baby)”. The Cypriot National Final was held on February 1, in Limassol hosted by Tasos Trifonos and Eleni Manousaki.
Constantinos was born in the town of Limassol, Cyprus. At the age of seventeen, he became the first Cypriot artist to achieve triple platinum sales, with an album that was recorded in Cyprus and not in Athens where the core of the music industry is located. Constantinos has already represented Cyprus twice – solo in 1996 with ‘Mono Gia Mas” and as lead singer of the group ONE with “Gimme” in 2002. In 2003, Constantinos started his solo career with the album I Agapi Sou Paei (‘Love Becomes You’). He immediately reached No. 1 in the Greek airplay charts and the album reached gold sales in Cyprus. Constantinos is also a very successful songwriter and lyricist and he has composed songs for the most famous Greek singers. In September 2004 he released his second solo album ‘Idiotiki Parastasi’ (‘Private Show’). The album became gold in Cyprus immediately and is a huge radio hit in Greece.
At Eurovision, Constantinos had an elaborate performance with four huge mirrors on stage rotating through the presentation. Along with the stage props, Constantinos had backup dancers who eventually broke out the barrels and played them as drums. Backing vocals were provided by Elina Konstantopoulou who reprented Greece at the Eurovision Song Contest 1995.
lyrics

(Ela la… ela la… ela la…)
(Ela la… ela la… ela la…)

You’re there, I’m here
No need to fear
Feel around me the desire
Search my body, reach the fire

Just cross the line
You have no time
My persistence is outrageous
You’ll be mine ’cause I’m contagious

Come baby, come baby
Get the feeling
Come baby, come baby
Get the meaning
Ela, ela, ela, la
I’ll make your heart go bang, bang

Come baby, come baby
Get the feeling
Come baby, come baby
Get the meaning
Ela, ela, ela, la
I’m the king of the night
Let me show you tonight who I am
Ela, ela… ela, ela

(Ela la… ela la… ela la…)
(Ela la… ela la… ela la…)

Mysterious, delirious
Let me be the key to passion
“Ela” is the word for action

Come baby, come baby
Get the feeling
Come baby, come baby
Get the meaning
Ela, ela, ela, la
I’ll make your heart go bang, bang

Come baby, come baby
Get the feeling
Come baby, come baby
Get the meaning
Ela, ela, ela, la
I’m the king of the night
Let me show you tonight who I am

(Ela…)

(Come baby, come baby)
(Come baby, come baby)
(Come baby, come baby)
(Come baby)

Come baby, come baby
Get the feeling
Yeah, come baby, come baby
Get the meaning
Ela, ela, ela, la
I’ll make your heart go bang, bang

Come baby, come baby
Get the feeling
Yeah, come baby, come baby, yeah
Ela, ela, ela, la
I’m the king of the night
Let me show you tonight who I am

Ela, ela, ela, la
I’m the king of the night
Let me show you tonight who I am
Come baby, come baby

2006


Cyprus participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2006 with “Why Angels Cry” performed by Annet Artani. The song placed 15th in the semi-final with 57 points and therefore did not qualify for the final.At the Eurovision semi-final, she came 15th in the semifinal with 57 points, and therefore failed to reach the final.
lyrics

When I’m feeling down
In this world of madness
You comfort all my sadness
You soothe away my pain
‘Cause these are trying times
Filled with so much sorrow
I wonder if tomorrow
Will bring a brighter day

Why do the angels cry?
Why does their love survive?
Why do we all just pretend?
Why do the angels cry?
Innocent children die
When will it all ever end?
Ever end?

Close your eyes and dream
And visualize a rainbow
Oh, a place where you can pray for peace and harmony
Search your heart and find the higher meaning
Let this be the start, a brand new beginning

Oh… talking ’bout peace and harmony
(Talking ’bout peace and harmony)

Why do the angels cry? (Why do they cry?)
Why does their love survive?
Why do we all just pretend?
Why do the angels cry? (Why do they cry?)
Innocent children die
When will it all ever end?
Ever end?

2007


Cyprus and Cyprus Broadcasting Corporation (CyBC) chose Evridiki as the Eurovision Song Contest 2007 participant using an internal selection.The composer of the song is Dimitris Korgialas, with Posidonas Giannopoulos as the lyricist. The song is an Electro-pop dance song titled “Comme Ci, Comme Ça”, meaning “So-So”.Currently, the song is recorded in the Greek, French, and English language. This is the first Cypriot entry to be sung completely in French.
The song was officially revealed at a special show on February 23, 2007. At the show, titled Cyprus 12 points, the entrants from Poland, Malta, and Belarus performed their songs.
Evridiki performed as third in the semi-final on May 10, 2007, but did not manage to qualify for the final.
lyrics

Every Monday, you finish work too late
And then TV and sleep, just as my heart wakes up
And every Tuesday, you tell me in the morning – and you forget it
“We’ll go to the movies”, and in the evening – “sorry”

Like this, like that, life passes by
And the good times pass us over
Like this, like that, love breaks
Routine and laziness threaten us

Like this, like that, I can’t take it anymore
I’m disappointed, you’ve lost me
I’m not sticking around, like this, like that
That’s the end, like this, like that

Even on Saturday at midnight, you already tell me good night
You fall asleep just as I go out, singing to yourself very loudly:

Like this, like that, life passes by
And the good times pass us over
Like this, like that, love breaks
Routine and laziness threaten us

Like this, like that, I can’t take it anymore
I’m disappointed, you’ve lost me
I’m not sticking around, like this, like that
That’s the end, like this, like that

Like this, like that, life passes by
And the good times pass us over
Like this, like that, love breaks
Routine and laziness threaten us

Like this, like that, I can’t take it anymore
I’m disappointed, you’ve lost me
I’m not sticking around, like this, like that
That’s the end, like this, like that

I’m not sticking around, like this, like that
Here’s the end, like this, like that
I’m not sticking around, like this, like that
That’s the end

2008


Evdokia Kadi was chosen as the Cypriot representative at the Eurovision Song Contest 2008. The song selection took place in the form of a national final organized by CyBC. “Femme Fatale” is a traditional Greek Laïkó song with a French title.Evdokia Kadi won with the song “Femme Fatale”, winning the televoting and coming third in the jury vote. Former Eurovision entrant Marlain Angelidou won the jury vote
Cyprus took part in the second semi-final on 22 May 2008 and scored 36 points, of which the maximum 12 points were awarded by the United Kingdom, 8 by Bulgaria, 5 by Hungary, 4 by Turkey, 2 by each of Georgia, Albania and Switzerland, and 1 by Serbia, with the other fourteen voting countries all failing to award the song any points at all. This tally placed the Cypriot entry only 15th out of the 19 competitors in the semi-final, so it comfortably failed to qualify for the final. It did not have the regular European promotional tour as in previous years.
lyrics

Hello tough guy, I’m a woman
And I belong to the gender that you call weak
Delicate, thinner and weaker
Than any male hanging around in the café

The good God felt sorry for me
And gave me a weapon that makes me strong
He told me: “Don’t be afraid, girl”
“You’ll always have the man under your command”

Bam and down, I caught you in my net
And with one look, I blur your sight
Bam and I found my way into your dreams
And I saw you coming, ’cause I’m a goddess

(Bam and down, you caught me in your net)
(And with one look, you blur my sight)
(Femme fatale, you found your way into my dreams)
(And you saw me coming, ’cause you’re a goddess)

And you’re talking to me all the time, staring full of passion
Like a sweet loyal guard, you follow me again

(Femme fatale and my mind was captured again)
(By the spells your brilliance performed to me)
(Bam and down, you caught me, girl)
(And the weak gender is enslaving my heart)

Bam and your mind was captured again
By the spells that my brilliance performed to you
Bam and down, you fell, boy
And the weak gender is enslaving your heart

(And you’re talking to me all the time, staring full of passion)
(Like a sweet loyal guard, I follow you again and…)

Bam and down, you fell in my net
And with one shake, I rock your world (Hey)
Femme fatale, I found my way into your dreams
And nothing can save you, ’cause I’m a goddess (Hey)

Bam and your mind was captured again
By the spells that my brilliance performed to you (Hey)
Bam, dear people, you all fell for me
‘Cause I’m a woman who rules over men (Hey)
‘Cause I’m a woman who rules over men
(Femme fatale, femme fatale, femme fatale)

2009


Cyprus participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2009. CyBC announced that Cyprus’s 2009 Eurovision entry would be selected through a national final where the general public will be the one to decide the winner via 100% televoting.The national final was held on February 7, 2009.
As Cyprus is not one of the “Big Four”, nor the host of the Eurovision Song Contest 2009, after Evdokia Kadi placed 15th in the second semi-final in 2008, Cyprus had to compete in the second semi-final to proceed onto the final in Moscow. Christina performed seventh in the semi-final on 14 May, following Norway and preceding Slovakia, however she failed to qualify Cyprus to the final for the fourth consecutive year.
lyrics
It’s the question that drives us
Where we must go
It’s the unknown that drives from us
What we want most
But the firefly sits in the corner and rests

And it won’t care if you stare
But believe me, it’s best to let go
Don’t just go with the flow

And the firefly comes to you
Sits on your finger
It shudders and shakes
But she wants you to go with her now
Follow her out there

The firefly, spreading her wings open wide
Thinks the sky will come crashing down, fall to her side
She’s afraid, but her fears slowly fade

So fly with the firefly
Fly side by side
Escaping the chains that held you from life
Don’t look down
You’re over the edge

Jump, take the leap of faith
Jump, take the leap of faith

It’s the question that drives us
To where we must go
It’s the unknown that drives from us
What we want most
But the firefly sits in the corner and rests

(It’s the question that drives us)
(To where we must go)
(It’s the unknown that drives from us)
(What we want most) Don’t just go with the flow
(But the firefly sits in the corner and rests)

It’s the question that drives us
To where we must go
It’s the unknown that drives from us
What we want most
But the firefly sits in the corner and rests

(It’s the question that drives us)
(To where we must go)
(It’s the unknown that drives from us)
(What we want most) Don’t just go with the flow
(But the firefly sits in the corner and rests)

2010


Cyprus will participate in the Eurovision Song Contest 2010 and selected their entry through a national final, organised by Cypriot broadcaster Cyprus Broadcasting Corporation (CyBC). After an open call to performers to submit proposals, ten entries were shortlisted for the 7 February national final. Deep Zone and their song “Play” were disqualified after the song was found to have been unofficially released before the final, breaching the contest’s rules and leaving nine to compete in the final. Welsh singer Jon Lilygreen & The Islanders were chosen as the Cypriot entry on 7 February with their song “Life Looks Better in Spring” and will compete in the second half of the second semi-final of the Eurovision Song Contest 2010.
Jon Lilygreen and The Islanders will perform “Life Looks Better in Spring” in the second semi-final on 27 May. Cyprus was amongst the ten qualifiers in the semi-final evening proceeding to the final on 29 May, making it the first appearance of Cyprus in the final since 2005.
lyrics

Time changes everything, even you and I have changed
The rain the winters bring has made us fade away
I still remember everything, that old December, the fears, the cold
I really wonder how you feel on these nights, all alone

I hope someday you’ll see me
I hope someday you’ll spot me in the crowd
Take my hand and kiss me
I hope someday you’ll say my name out loud

(Tell me) Tell me about your feelings, tell me about your stories
Look into my eyes and come on closer, make me immortal with a kiss
(Tell me) Tell me about your feelings, tell me about your stories
We know it’s over, so tell me it’s over and life will be better in spring

Time changes everything, but this feeling, it still remains
The sweetness of the lips I kissed will always be the same

I hope someday you’ll see me
I hope someday you’ll spot me in the crowd
Smile and say you miss me
I hope someday you’ll say my name out loud

(Tell me) Tell me about your feelings, tell me about your stories
Look into my eyes and come on closer, make me immortal with a kiss
(Tell me) Tell me about your feelings, tell me about your stories
We know it’s over, so tell me it’s over and life will be better in spring

(Tell me) Tell me about your feelings, tell me about your stories
Look into my eyes and come on closer, make me immortal with a kiss
(Tell me) Tell me about your feelings, tell me about your stories
We know it’s over, so tell me it’s over and life will be better in spring

2011


Cyprus participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2011 in Düsseldorf, Germany. The winner of the talent show Performance, broadcasted by the Cyprus Broadcasting Corporation (CyBC), was the Cypriot entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2011, which was decided on 10 September 2010.
CyBC accepted applications from anyone between 16 and 30 years old. 13 weekly shows were held from 19 March 2010, with 39 contestants being selected by a jury consisting of Lia Vissi, Costas Kakoyiannis, Neoclis Neocleous and Fotis Nikolaou (60% of the vote) and a public televote (the remaining 40%) to progress to the next stage.
Cyprus competed ninth in the second semi-final of the contest, on 12 May. Cyprus placed eighteenth with 16 points and failed to qualify for the final.
lyrics

I walk alone at my lonely galleries
The road is long and wherever you guide me, I will go
You crucified me, you made me bleed even when I was dying for you
My tears flowed like blood, forgotten words

I used to believe that angels live in our dreams
But I used to believe in lies, they live among us
A desolate heart when you went away from me
Come back, I’m waiting for you, my star and my happiness

In the garden of our love I tried to find you
But you hid in the crowd and I could not cry
The crossroads of the soul, and our secret supper
Lost on our path, the circle has been closed now

I loved you like an angel, come back to my embrace
Tell me one more time that you love me, redeem my heart
I loved you like an angel, come back to my embrace
Come again and guide my wilderness to the light

I loved you like an angel
I loved you like an angel

2012


Cyprus will participate in the Eurovision Song Contest 2012 in Baku, Azerbaijan. Ivi Adamou was revealed to be representing Cyprus on 3 August (officially 8 August).In the running order draw, it was revealed that Cyprus were to perform 12th in the first-semi final.[7] After qualifying, they were then drew position 8 in the final.[8] They finished in 16th place with 65 points, one point ahead of Greece.
lyrics

Lala… lala lala lalala… lala lala lala love
Lala… lala lala lalala… lala lalala love

Love the way you fill me up with life
Baby, we can break the speed of light
Nothing to fear when you are near
Just gimme more

Reaching for the sky, I’m aiming high
Close my eyes and then it’s almost like you fly
Up in the air, let’s take it there
Never let go

Oh… feel the energy between you and me, baby it’s so right
Oh… I feel the energy just taking over me, over me

How I’ve been waiting for this
Lala… lala lala lalala… lala lala lala love
Oh I’ve been waiting for this
Lala… lala lala lalala… lala lala lala love

From Paris to LA over the night
All around the world, just you and I
Nothing to fear, when you are near
We’re on a roll

And we do it again
No stop, no end
Out of control

Oh… feel the energy between you and me, baby it’s so right
Oh… I feel the energy just taking over me, over me

How I’ve been waiting for this
Lala… lala lala lalala… lala lala lala love
Oh I’ve been waiting for this
Lala… lala lala lalala… lala lala lala love

Nothing to fear, when you are near

Oh… I feel the energy between you and me, baby it’s so right
Oh… I feel the energy just taking over me, over me

How I’ve been waiting for this
Lala… lala lala lalala… lala lala lala love
Lala… lala lala lalala… lala lala lala love
Oh I’ve been waiting for this
Lala… lala lala lalala… lala lala lala love

Cyprusthe real results

country year singer song    pts position
Cyprus 1981 Island Monica 69 6
Cyprus 1982 Anna Vissi Mono I Agapi 85 5
Cyprus 1983 Stavros & Constantina I Agapi Akoma Zi 26 16
Cyprus 1984 Andy Paul Anna Mari-Elena 31 15
Cyprus 1985 Lia Vissi To Katalava Arga 15 16
Cyprus 1986 Elpida Tora Zo 4 20
Cyprus 1987 Alexia Aspro Mavro 80 7
Cyprus 1989 Yiannis Savidakis & Fanny Polymeri Apopse As Vrethoume 51 11
Cyprus 1990 Anastasio Milas Poli 36 14
Cyprus 1991 Elena Patroklou SOS 60 9
Cyprus 1992 Evridiki Tairiazoume 57 11
Cyprus 1993 Zymboulakis & Van Beke Mi Stamatas 17 19
Cyprus 1994 Evridiki Eimai Anthropos Ki Ego 51 11
Cyprus 1995 Alex Panayi Sti Fotia 79 9
Cyprus 1996 Constantinos Mono Gia Mas 72 9
Cyprus 1997 Hara & Andros Konstantinou Mana Mou 98 5
Cyprus 1998 Michael Hajiyanni Yenesis 37 11
Cyprus 1999 Marlain Tha ‘Ne Erotas 2 22
Cyprus 2000 Voice Nomiza 8 21
Cyprus 2002 One Gimme 85 6
Cyprus 2003 Stelios Konstantas Feeling Alive 15 20
Cyprus 2004 Lisa Andreas Stronger Every Minute 170 5
Cyprus 2005 Constantinos Christoforou Ela Ela 46 18
Cyprus 2006 Annet Artani Why Angels Cry 57 29
Cyprus 2007 Evridiki comme ci,comme ca 65 29
Cyprus 2008 Evdokia Kadi Femme Fatale 36 30
Cyprus 2009 Christina Metaxa Firefly 32 31
Cyprus 2010 Jon Lilygreen & The Islanders Life looks better in spring 27 21
Cyprus 2011 Christos Mylordos San aggelos s’agapisa 16 42
Cyprus 2012 Ivi Adamou La la love 65 15

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