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I Love the Little Things

"I Love the Little Things"
Eurovision Song Contest 1964 entry
Country United Kingdom
Artist(s) Matt Monro
Language English
Composer(s) Tony Hatch
Lyricist(s) Tony Hatch
Conductor Harry Rabinowitz
Finals performance
Final result 2nd
Final points 17
Appearance chronology
◄ "Say Wonderful Things" (1963)   
"I Belong" (1965) ►

"I Love the Little Things" was the British entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1964, performed in English by Matt Monro. The song was written by Tony Hatch

The song was performed eighth on the night (following France's Rachel with "Le chant de Mallory" and preceding the Germany's Nora Nova with "Man gewöhnt sich so schnell an das Schöne"). At the close of voting, it had received 17 points, placing 2nd in a field of 16.

The song deals with Monro telling his lover that he loves the little things she does and says, that he is so much in love with her that he wants to stay together forever. "When you touch me and hold me And kiss me tenderly I know I'm so lucky That you came along for me"

It was succeeded as British representative at the 1965 Contest by Kathy Kirby with "I Belong".

Sources and external links

  • Official Eurovision Song Contest site, history by year, 1964
  • Detailed info & lyrics, The Diggiloo Thrush, "I Love the Little Things".
Preceded by
"Say Wonderful Things"
by Ronnie Carroll
United Kingdom in the Eurovision Song Contest
1964
Succeeded by
"I Belong"
by Kathy Kirby


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