1962 national Eurovision finals

Entrants in the 1962 national finals for the Eurovision Song Contest who appear in the Six on Stage database.

Back to Eurovision entries for 1962.

EntryNamed artists
Ton Nom by Fud Leclerc
Carissima by Dario Campeotto
Eventyr by Birthe Wilke
Vuggevise by Ellen Winther
Lumineito by Laila Kinnunen
Pikku rahastaja by Marion Rung
Tipi-tii by Marion Rung
Der eine, der bist du by Siw Malmkvist
Die Wege der Liebe (sind wunderbar) by Siw Malmkvist
Ein Herz, das kann man nicht kaufen by Margot Eskens
Eine Rose aus Santa Monica by Carmela Corren
Hallo hallo hallo by Conny Froboess
Ich habe im Leben nur dich by Jimmy Makulis
Irgendwie geht es immer weiter by Carmela Corren
Jeder braucht jeden tag liebe by Margot Eskens
Keiner weiß, wohin by Jimmy Makulis
Komm ein bißchen näher zu mir her by Pirkko Mannola & Wyn Hoop
Mama will dich sehen by Pirkko Mannola & Wyn Hoop
Zwei Kleine Italiener by Conny Froboess
Addio, addio by Claudio Villa
Addio, addio by Domenico Modugno
Aspettandoti by Tonina Torrielli
Buongiorno amore by Betty Curtis
Il cielo cammina by Betty Curtis
Quando il vento d'aprile by Claudio Villa
Quando quando quando by Emilio Pericoli
Katinka by De Spelbrekers
Zachtjes by Conny van den Bosch
Kom sol, kom regn by Inger Jacobsen
Mormors spilledåse by Anita Thallaug
Våre skal dagene være by Anita Thallaug
Våre skal dagene være by Inger Jacobsen
Llámame by Victor Balaguer
Perdona Otelo by Raphael
Lolo Lolita by Östen Warnerbring
När min vän by Monica Zetterlund
Sagans underbara värld by Inger Berggren
Sol och vår by Inger Berggren
Trollen ska trivsa by Östen Warnerbring
Le Retour by Jean Philippe
United Kingdom
Ring-a-ding Girl by Ronnie Carroll
Lola Novaković
Vice Vukov
Ne Pali Svetlo U Sumrak by Lola Novaković
Volimo se by Sabahudin Kurt
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