1985 national Eurovision finals

Entrants in the 1985 national finals for the Eurovision Song Contest who appear in the Six on Stage database.

Back to Eurovision entries for 1985.

EntryNamed artists
Denmark
Det' det jeg altid har sagt by Tommy Seebach
Piano by Hanne Boel, Lise Dandanell & Tommy Kenter
Sku' du spør' fra no'n by Kirsten & Søren
Ved du hva' du sku' by Trax
Vi ska' leve by Gry & Vivian Johansen
Finland
Ei tarvii sympatiaa by Jokke Seppälä
Eläköön elämä by Sonja Lumme
Haaveissa vainko oot mun? by Riki Sorsa
Huomenna by Bianca Morales & Jokke Seppälä
Jossain by Jokke Seppälä
Lapset maailman by Ami Aspelund & Riki Sorsa
Mandy by Ami Aspelund
Mulle rakkauden kevät toi by Sonja Lumme
Musiikin syke by Sonja Lumme
Sången om vårt hus by Ami Aspelund
France
Femme dans ses rêves aussi by Roger Bens
Germany
Für alle by Wind
Ireland
Only a Fantasy by Marion Fossett
Wait Until The Weekend Comes by Maria Christian
Israel
Od nagi'a by Yardena Arazi
Olé olé by Izhar Cohen
Shir amelim by Lea Lupatin
Norway
II & II by Rolf Graf
Karma by Anita Skorgan
La det swinge by Bobbysocks!
Love, amour og kjærlighet by Kai Eide
Nattergal by Mia Gundersen & Olav Stedje
Ring, Ring, Ring! by Pastel
Portugal
Penso em ti, eu sei by Adelaide Ferreira
Sweden
Bra vibrationer by Kikki Danielsson
Nu har det hänt igen by Ritz
Switzerland
Aime-moi by Arlette Zola
Gioventù by Rainy Day
Piano, piano by Pino Gasparini & Mariella Farré
Pierrot by Mariella Farré
Repars à zéro by Daniela Simons
Turkey
Asik oldum by Mazhar-Fuat-Özkan
Bir sevgi yeter by Neco & Nükhet Duru
Bosver by Neco & Nükhet Duru
Sev by Neco & Nükhet Duru
Yillardan sonra by Neco & Nükhet Duru
United Kingdom
Energy by Des Dyer
I'm Crying by Peter Beckett
Love Is by Vikki
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