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Anouschka

"Anouschka"
Eurovision Song Contest 1967 entry
Country
Artist(s)
Inge Brück
Language
Composer(s)
Hans Blum
Lyricist(s)
Hans Blum
Conductor
Hans Blum
Finals performance
Final result
8th
Final points
7
Appearance chronology
◄ "Die Zeiger der Uhr" (1966)   
"Ein Hoch der Liebe" (1968) ►

"Anouschka" was the German entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1967, composed by Hans Blum and performed in German by Inge Brück.

The song was performed ninth on the night, following

The song is a ballad, with Brück telling a friend ("little Anouschka") that "he" - presumably a former lover - will come back to her soon enough, and that she shouldn't cry.

It was succeeded as German representative at the 1968 Contest by Wencke Myhre with "Ein Hoch der Liebe".

References and external links

  • Official Eurovision Song Contest site, history by year
  • Detailed info & lyrics, Diggiloo Thrush
Preceded by
"Die Zeiger der Uhr"
by Ulla Wiesner
Germany in the Eurovision Song Contest
1967
Succeeded by
"Ein Hoch der Liebe"
by Wenche Myhre



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