2007 national Eurovision finals

Entrants in the 2007 national finals for the Eurovision Song Contest who appear in the Six on Stage database.

Back to Eurovision entries for 2007.

EntryNamed artists
Albania
Ah jetë, o jetë! by Hersiana Matmuja
Balada e gurit by Frederik Ndoci
Në fund të botës by Arbër Arapi
Pa identitet by Jonida Maliqi
Pa ty, pa mua by Rosela Gjylbegu
Armenia
Anytime You Need by Hayko
You've Done It by Emmy
Belarus
How Long by Diana Gurtskaya
Summer Trip by Litesound
Work Your Magic by Dmitry Koldun
Bulgaria
Fool For you by Karizma
Voda by Elitsa Todorova & Stoyan Yankulov
Ya tvoya by Sofi Marinova & Ustata
Croatia
Još sam uvijek tvoj by Ayra
Navika by Feminnem
Pjesma za novcic by Kraljevi Ulice & Sandra Bagaric
Rijeci dvije by Vivien Galletta & Voljen Grbac
Vjerujem U Ljubav by Dragonfly feat. Dado Topic
Czech Republic
Muloland by Gipsy.cz
Denmark
Drama Queen by Peter Andersen (DQ)
Husker du by Aud Wilken
Two Are Stronger Than One by Me & My
Vi elsker bare danske piger by Jørgen Olsen
Estonia
Birds of Peace by Vanilla Ninja
In Good and Bad by Ines
My Place by Soul Militia
Partners In Crime by Gerli Padar
Sunflowers by Laura
Veidi veel by Koit Toome
Finland
Face in the Mirror by Thunderstone
Forevermore by Thunderstone
Kosketa mua by Laura
Leave Me Alone by Hanna Pakarinen
See the Signs by Beats and Styles feat. Anorah
Take a Chance by Laura
Take It Back by Beats and Styles
Tell Me What To Do by Hanna Pakarinen
France
L'amour à la française by Les Fatals Picards
Germany
Frauen regier'n die Welt by Roger Cicero
Greece
No Madonna by Dantis
With Love by Tamta
Yassou Maria by Sarbel
Iceland
Áfram by Sigurjón Brink
Dásamleg raun by Richard Scobie
Ég les í lófa þínum by Eiríkur Hauksson
Eldur by Friðrik Ómar
Húsin hafa augu by Matthías Matthíasson, Pétur Örn Guðmundsson & Einar Þór Jóhannsson
Mig dreymdi by Hera Björk Þórhallsdóttir
Segðu mér by Jónsi
Latvia
Close Your Eyes by Aisha
Questa notte by Bonaparti.lv
The Legends of Rock'n'Roll by Johnny & Meldra feat. The Rockettes
Lithuania
Love or Leave by 4Fun
Malta
All About A Life by Pamela
Forever Mine by William Mangion
L-imhabba ghamja by Claudia Faniello
My Love by Isabelle
Nightwish by Annabelle
Vertigo by Olivia Lewis
Montenegro
Ajde Kroci by Stevan Faddy
Ne mogu bez tebe by Stefan Filipović
North Macedonia
1, 2, 3 by Maja Sazdanovska & Jovan Jovanov
Epizoda by Andrijana Janevska
Kazi koj si ti by Tamara Todevska
Mojot Svet by Karolina Gočeva
Pomogni mi by Vasil Gavranliev
Norway
Ven a bailar conmigo by Guri Schanke
Poland
Time to Party by The Jet Set
Portugal
Dança comigo (vem ser feliz) by Sabrina
Romania
Dulce-amaruie by Nico
Liubi, Liubi, I Love You by Locomondo
No podre vivir by Marcel Pavel
Serbia
Molitva by Marija Šerifović
Nudim ti srce svoje by Suzana Dinić
Ruski rulet by Blah Blah Bend
Slovenia
Cvet Z Juga by Alenka Gotar
Father/Oce by Diona Dimm Team
Spain
Rebeca & Paco Arrojo
Rebeca
Busco una chica by NASH
I Love You Mi Vida by NASH
La reina de la noche by NASH
Tu voz se apagará by NASH
Una lágrima by NASH
Sweden
Amanda by Jimmy Jansson
Cara Mia by Måns Zelmerlöw
För att du finns by Sonja Aldén
Första gången by Svante Thuresson & Anne-Lie Rydé
I Remember Love by Sarah Dawn Finer
Jag måste kyssa dig by Nanne
Jag tror på människan by Tommy Nilsson
Kom by Jessica Andersson
Live Forever by Magnus Carlsson
Move by Andreas Lundstedt
The Worrying Kind by The Ark
Vågar du, vågar jag by Sanna Nielsen
Ukraine
Dancing by Verka Serduchka
United Kingdom
Flying The Flag (For You) by Scooch
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