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Vivre (Carole Vinci song)

Switzerland "Vivre"
Eurovision Song Contest 1978 entry
Country Switzerland
Artist(s) Carole Vinci
Language French
Composer(s) Alain Morisod
Lyricist(s) Pierre Alain
Conductor Daniel Janin
Finals performance
Final result 9th
Final points 65
Appearance chronology
◄ "Swiss Lady" (1977)   
"Trödler und Co" (1979) ►

"Vivre" ("To live") is a song by Carole Vinci that represented Switzerland at the Eurovision Song Contest 1978, composed by Alain Morisod and written by Pierre Alain.

On the night of the contest, held in Paris, France, the song was performed 9th in the running order, following the United Kingdom's Co-Co with "The Bad Old Days" and preceding Belgium's Jean Vallée with "L'amour ça fait chanter la vie". It received 65 points, placing 9th in a field of 20.

It was succeeded as Swiss representative at the 1979 contest by Peter, Sue, Marc, Pfuri, Gorps and Kniri with "Trödler und Co".

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