1995 national Eurovision finals

Entrants in the 1995 national finals for the Eurovision Song Contest who appear in the Six on Stage database.

Back to Eurovision entries for 1995.

EntryNamed artists
Belgium
La Voix Est Libre by Frédéric Etherlinck
Si je m'envole by Nathalie Lavigne
Croatia
Ljubav je za ljude sve by Srebrna Krila
Nostalgija by Magazin & Lidija
Odlazis zauvijek by Nina Badric
Pjesma moja to si ti by Boris Novkovic & Moonlight Cats
Ti i ja by Ivan Mikulic
Cyprus
Filise me by Michalis Hadjiyiannis
Gramma by Michalis Hadjiyiannis
Sti Fotia by Alex Panayi
Denmark
Fra Mols til Skagen by Aud Wilken
Vi ses en dag by Jacob Launbjerg
Ireland
Dreamin' by Eddie Friel
Israel
Amen by Liora
Ha'aretz hamuvtachat by Lea Lupatin & Ofer Levi
Laila tov Eropa by Dana International
Tfila by Yulia
Malta
Just One Love by Mary Spiteri
Keep Me In Mind by Mike Spiteri
Midnight Blues by Phyllisienne Brincat
Our Love Could Never Be by Claudette Pace
Shelter Me by Incorvaja Sisters & Philip Vella
That Little Bit of Heaven by Georgina
The Way You Are by Miriam Christine Borg
Norway
Nocturne by Secret Garden
Uten lyst, uten tro by Geir Rønning
Portugal
Baunilha e chocolate by Tó Cruz
Tanto amor, tanto mar by Ana Isabel
Slovenia
Oda ljubezni by Irena Vrckovnik & Oto Pestner
Prisluhni Mi by Darja Švajger
Sweden
Bo Diddley by Arvingarna
Följ dina drömmar by Lindbom, Bark, Ådahl & Stolt
Se på mig by Jan Johansen
Turkey
Sev by Arzu Ece
Sevda by Arzu Ece & Fatih Erkoç
United Kingdom
Go for the Heart by Sox
Love City Groove by Love City Groove
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