1970 national Eurovision finals

Entrants in the 1970 national finals for the Eurovision Song Contest who appear in the Six on Stage database.

Back to Eurovision entries for 1970.

EntryNamed artists
Belgium
Nicole Josy
Lai lai lai by Serge & Christine Ghisoland
Le temps, le vent by Ann Christy
Nous serons toi et moi by Serge & Christine Ghisoland
Viens L'oublier by Jean Vallée
France
Comme on pourrait s'aimer by Noëlle Cordier
De l'autre côté de la colline by Franca & Les Troubadours
Est-ce mon coeur ou le printemps by Michèle Torr
L'enfant et le vieux marin by Guy Bonnet
Marie Blanche by Guy Bonnet
Olivier, Olivia by Isabelle Aubret & Daniel Béretta
On s'aimera un peu, beaucoup by Michèle Torr
Viens dans la ronde de la vie by Jean-Paul Cara
Germany
Bei jedem Kuss by Mary Roos
Pierre, der Clochard by Kirsti Sparboe
Wunder Gibt Es Immer Wieder by Katja Ebstein
Ireland
All Kinds Of Everything by Dana
Things You Hear About Me by Maxi, Dick & Twink
Netherlands
Het spinnewiel by Saskia & Serge
Julia by Ben Cramer
Voorbij is de winter by Sandra Reemer
Waterman by Hearts of Soul
Spain
De pronto, tú by Jaime Morey
Fiesta by Los Valldemosa
Gwendolyne by Julio Igelsias
Un mundo mejor by Mocedades
Viejo marino by Mocedades
Yugoslavia
Andela, cekaj me by Krunoslav Slabinac
Hvala ti by Bele Vrane
Pridi, Dala Ti Bom Cvet by Eva Sršen
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