all time rank: the position that the country and the song have between all the eurovision songs
chart from the game vote for the best eurovision song.
|Eurovision Song Contest 1969|
|Final date||29 March 1969|
|Interval act||“La España diferente” film|
|Number of entries||16|
The Eurovision Song Contest 1969 was the 14th in the series. It was the first time that the contest resulted in a tie for first place, with four countries each gaining 18 votes. Since there was at the time no rule to cover such an eventuality, all four countries were declared joint winners.France’s win was their fourth. France became the first country to win the contest four times. The Netherlands’ win was their third. Spain and the United Kingdom each won for the second time. And it was the first time that any country (Spain, in this case) had a winning ESC entry two years in a row.
Austria was absent from the contest, refusing to participate in a contest staged in Franco-ruled Spain.
|#||Representing country||Performer(s)||Song title, writer(s) and composer(s)||Points||Place|
||Muriel Day and the Lindsays||The Wages Of Love||010||07|
||Iva Zanicchi||Due Grosse Lacrime Bianche||005||13|
||Lenny Kuhr||De Troubadour||018||01|
||Tommy Körberg||Judy, Min Vän||008||09|
||Louis Neefs||Jennifer Jennings||010||07|
||Paola del Medico||Bonjour, Bonjour||013||05|
||Kirsti Sparboe||Oj, Oj, Oj, Så Glad, Jeg Skal Bli||001||16|
||Frida Boccara||Un Jour, Un Enfant||018||01|
||Simone de Oliveira||Desfolhada Portuguesa||004||15|
||Jarkko and Laura||Kuin Silloin Ennen||006||12|
|Siw Malmkvist||Germany||1960 (for Sweden)|
|Romuald||Luxembourg||1964 (for Monaco)|
|Simone de Oliveira||Portugal||1965|