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Say Wonderful Things (song)


Say Wonderful Things (song)

United Kingdom "Say Wonderful Things"
Eurovision Song Contest 1963 entry
Country United Kingdom
Artist(s) Ronnie Carroll
Language English
Composer(s) Philip Green
Lyricist(s) Norman Newell
Conductor Eric Robinson
Finals performance
Final result 4th
Final points 28 points
Appearance chronology
◄ "Ring-A-Ding Girl" (1962)   
"I Love the Little Things" (1964) ►

"Say Wonderful Things" is a popular song with music by Philip Green and lyrics by Norman Newell, published in 1963. It was the United Kingdom's entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1963, held in London. The singer was Ronnie Carroll, who also represented the UK the year before. The song finished fourth behind Denmark, Switzerland and Italy, eventually reaching #6 in the UK Singles Chart.

The most popular version of the song in the United States was recorded by Patti Page, as the title song of her first album for Columbia Records. Page's record peaked only at #81 on the Billboard Hot 100 but was more successful in Australia, continental Europe and in Asian territories such as Hong Kong and Japan.

Preceded by
Ring-A-Ding Girl
United Kingdom in the Eurovision Song Contest
Succeeded by
I Love the Little Things

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