1972 national Eurovision finals

Entrants in the 1972 national finals for the Eurovision Song Contest who appear in the Six on Stage database.

Back to Eurovision entries for 1972.

EntryNamed artists
Kaikkea on by Kirka
Kaukainen laulu by Seija Simola
Muistathan by Päivi Paunu & Kim Floor
Romantique by Viktor Klimenko
Sua rakastan by Katri Helena
Geh' die Straße by Cindy & Bert
Meine Liebe will ich dir geben by Edina Pop
Nur die Liebe lässt uns leben by Mary Roos
Wann kommt der Morgen by Peter Horton
Ceol an ghrá by Sandie Jones
Don't Need Your Sympathy by Tina
Gira l'amore (Caro bebè) by Gigliola Cinquetti
I giorni dell'arcobaleno by Nicola Di Bari
Rimpianto by Bobby Solo
Un calcio alla città by Domenico Modugno
Un diadema di ciliegie by Ricchi e Poveri
Ghasfur tac-comb by Helen Micallef
Imhabba u paci by Renato
L-Imhabba by Joe Cutajar
Håp by Anne-Karine Strøm
Håp by Ellen Nikolaysen
Lillebror by Kirsti Sparboe
Småting by Grethe Kausland & Benny Borg
Småting by Hanne Krogh
A festa da vida by Carlos Mendes
Cidade alheia by Duarte Mendes
Dentro da manhã by Fernando Tordo
Se quiseres ouvir cantar by Tozé Brito
Andra kan väl också se by Björn Skifs
Då ska jag spela by Tomas Ledin
Härliga sommardag by Family Four
Krama mig och dansa by Monica Zetterlund
Så'n e' du, så'n e' jag by Östen Warnerbring
C'est La Chanson De Mon Amour by Véronique Müller
La rose et le tambour by Véronique Müller
Muzika I Ti by Tereza Kesovija
Tik tika taka by Jadranka Stojaković
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