1982 national Eurovision finals

Entrants in the 1982 national finals for the Eurovision Song Contest who appear in the Six on Stage database.

Back to Eurovision entries for 1982.

EntryNamed artists
Austria
Du by Lizzi
Sonntag by Mess
Sonntag by Träumen
Belgium
Si Tu Aimes Ma Musique by Stella
Denmark
Det' løgn by Fenders
Hip hurra - det' min fødselsda' by Tommy Seebach Band
Video video by Brixx
Finland
Isä by Ami Aspelund
Mitt äppelträd by Ami Aspelund
Nuku pommiin by Kojo
Sambanja by Ami Aspelund
Videovenus by Kojo
Germany
Ein bisschen frieden by Nicole
Ich glaub' an meine Träume by Séverine
Ich würde gerne bei dir sein by Jürgen Marcus
Lady by Mary Roos & David Hanselmann
Peter Pan by Paola
Ireland
Go raibh maith agat by Sheeba
Here Today Gone Tomorrow by The Duskeys
Tissue of Lies by Chips
Israel
El ha'or by Izhar Cohen
Hora by Avi Toledano
Musica nisheret by Yardena Arazi
Netherlands
Jij en ik by Bill van Dijk
Norway
Adieu by Jahn Teigen & Anita Skorgan
Det er deg jeg skal ha by Dollie
Portugal
Bem bom by Doce
Em segredo by Dina
Gosto do teu gosto by Dina
Sweden
Dag efter dag by Chips
Dag efter dag by Chpis
Switzerland
Amour On T'aime by Arlette Zola
El dorado by Rainy Day
Turkey
Bir yasam öyküsü by Neco
Gramafon by Neco
Hani by Neco
Rönesans by Neco
Zannetme ki by Cantekin & Nilgün Onatkut
United Kingdom
Different Worlds and Different People by Lovin' Feeling
Every Day of My Life by Good Looks
Every Step of the Way by The Touring Company
No Matter How I Try by Paul Curtis
One Step Further by Bardo
Yugoslavia
Halo, Halo by Aska
Julija i Romeo by Srebrna Krila
Ne zaboravi me by Seid Memic-Vajta
To se trazi by Indeksi
Vikend tata, vikend mama by Novi Fosili
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