1997 national Eurovision finals

Entrants in the 1997 national finals for the Eurovision Song Contest who appear in the Six on Stage database.

Back to Eurovision entries for 1997.

EntryNamed artists
Opium by Magazin
Probudi Me by E.N.I.
Proljece by Ivan Mikulic
Za nas by Maja Blagdan
I grammi tis ntropis by Stelios Constantas
Mana Mou by Hara & Andreas Constantinou
Mia zografia by Charalambos Brountzos
Pote by Christina Lazarou
Ta trena by Dalida Mitzi
Stemmen i mit liv by Thomas Lægård
Vejen til paradis by Lei Moe
Aeg by Maarja-Liis Ilus, Hanna-Liina Vosa & Anne Värvimann
Keelatud maa by Maarja-Liis Ilus
Liiga noor, et armuda by Hanna-Liina Vosa & Pearu Paulus
Meeletu soov by Pearu Paulus
Tantsupalavik by Code One
Im Auge des Orkans by Michelle
Zeit by Bianca Shomburg
Miért kell hogy elmenj by V.I.P.
Love and Understanding by Gary O'Shaughnessy
Mysterious Woman by Marc Roberts
Faccia pulita by Toto Cutugno
Fiumi di parole by Jalisse
Storie by Anna Oxa
Ti parlerò d'amore by Massimo Ranieri
Alone by Renato
Don't Look Back by Leontine
Falling (For You Love) by Olivia & Marvic Lewis
Let Me Fly by Debbie Scerri
Love Can Do Miracles by Claudette Pace
Love Is by Alwyn, Nadine & Elisa
Lovers Play with Words by Mary Spiteri
Make Me Your Girl by Georgina & June May
San Francisco by Tor Endresen
Venter på deg by Geir Rønning
Antes do adeus by Célia Lawson
Canção urgente by Os Meninos da Sacristia
Madrigal de Lianor by Telmo Miranda
Quadro sonhador by Filipa Lourenço
Jagode in cokolada by Rok n' Band
Kadar bos ob njej zaspal by Irena Vrčkovnik
Ti in jaz by Vili Resnik
Veter z juga by Tinkara Kovac
Vsakdanji cudezi by Darja Švajger
Zbudi Se by Tanja Ribič
Bara hon älskar mig by Blond
Där en ängel hälsat på by N-Mix
Jag saknar dig, jag saknar dig by Andreas Lundstedt
Dinle by Sebnem Paker
Sarki by Tüzmen & Elcin Engin
Sen nerede ben orada by Pinar Karakoc
Sevda by Ece Sandalli
Sevda bu dostum by Tüba Önal
United Kingdom
Can't You See I'm Crying by Paul Varney
For the Life You Don't Yet Know by Sam Blue
Love Shine A Light by Katrina & the Waves
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