1968 national Eurovision finals

Entrants in the 1968 national finals for the Eurovision Song Contest who appear in the Six on Stage database.

Back to Eurovision entries for 1968.

EntryNamed artists
Belgium
À la Nouvelle-Orleans by Nicole Josy
Il y avait by Tonia
Quand Tu Reviendras by Claude Lombard
Finland
Kun kello käy by Kristiina Hautala
Pois kuihtuu ruusu kaunein by Irina Milan
Ireland
Ballad to a Boy by Anne Bushnell
Chance of a Lifetime by Pat McGeegan
Give Me All Your Love by Alma Carroll
One Love Two by Tina
Netherlands
Morgen by Ronnie Tober
Norway
Jeg har aldri vært så glad i noen som deg by Kirsti Sparboe
Jeg har aldri vært så glad i noen som deg by Odd Børre
Nordlys by Nora Brockstedt
Nysgjerrig-Per by Nora Brockstedt
Stress by Kirsti Sparboe
Stress by Odd Børre
Portugal
Balada para Dona Inês by José Cid
Calendário by Tonicha
Canção ao meu piano velho by Simone de Oliveira
Dentro do outro mundo by Simone de Oliveira
Fui ter com a madrugada by Tonicha
O nosso mundo by António Calvário
Verão by Carlos Mendes
Sweden
Det börjar verka kärlek, banne mej by Claes-Göran Hederström
Du är en vårvind i April by Svante Thuresson
Här kommer pojkar by Östen Warnebring & Svante Thuresson
Switzerland
Für alle Zeiten by Paola del Medico
Guardando Il Sole by Gianni Mascolo
Yugoslavia
Jedan Dan by Dubrovacki Trubaduri
Pesnik mira by Lola Jovanovic
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