1965 national Eurovision finals

Entrants in the 1965 national finals for the Eurovision Song Contest who appear in the Six on Stage database.

Back to Eurovision entries for 1965.

EntryNamed artists
Finland
Aurinko laskee länteen by Viktor Klimenko
Minne tuuli kuljettaa by Katri Helena
Germany
Paradies, wo bist du by Ulla Wiesner
Ireland
I Still Love You by Dickie Rock
I'm Walking the Streets in the Rain by Butch Moore
Italy
Abbracciami forte by Udo Jürgens
Amici miei by Nicola Di Bari
Ho bisogno di vederti by Gigliola Cinquetti
Se piangi, se ridi by Bobby Solo
Netherlands
Een lied wordt oud by Ronnie Tober
Geweldig by Ronnie Tober
Het is genoeg by Conny van den Bosch
Kip in het water by Ronnie Tober
Laat me alleen by Conny van den Bosch
Van de week by Conny van den Bosch
Norway
Bare det aller, aller beste by Nora Brockstedt
Karusell by Kirsti Sparboe
Med lokk og lur by Nora Brockstedt
Portugal
Bom dia by António Calvário
Por causa do mar by António Calvário
Silêncio entre nós by Madalena Iglésias
Silhuetas ao luar by Simone de Oliveira
Sol de inverno by Simone de Oliveira
Você não vê by António Calvário
Spain
Esos ojitos negros by El Dúo Dinámico
Feriantes by Raphael
La bailoara by Jaime Morey
Qué bueno, qué bueno by Conchita Bautista
Switzerland
Ay ay lachende sonne by Carmela Corren
Non (à Jamais Sans Toi) by Yovanna
Yugoslavia
Ceznja by Vice Vukov
Leni by Vice Vukov
O, drugar moj by Vice Vukov
Putuji dani i reke by Vice Vukov
Sonata by Lado Leskovar
Vetar s planine by Lado Leskovar
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