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Tommy Körberg - Sweden - Place 9

Tommy Körberg - Sweden - Place 9

Frida Boccara - "Un jour, un enfant", one of the four winning songs of the Eurovision Song Contest 1969 for France

Frida Boccara - "Un jour, un enfant", one of the four winning songs of the Eurovision Song Contest 1969 for France

Lulu - United Kingdom, one of the four winners of the Eurovision Song Contest 1969 in Madrid

Lulu - United Kingdom, one of the four winners of the Eurovision Song Contest 1969 in Madrid

Salomé - Spain, one of the four winners of the Eurovision Song Contest 1969 in Madrid

Salomé - Spain, one of the four winners of the Eurovision Song Contest 1969 in Madrid

Eurovision Song Contest 1969: Lulu - United Kingdom

Eurovision Song Contest 1969: Lulu - United Kingdom

Emil Stern, composer of "Un jour, un enfant", one of the four winning songs of the Eurovision Song Contest 1969, sung by Frida Boccara for France

Emil Stern, composer of "Un jour, un enfant", one of the four winning songs of the Eurovision Song Contest sung by Frida Boccara for France

Eurovision Song Contest 1969: Frida Boccara - France

Eurovision Song Contest 1969: Frida Boccara - France

Lenny Kuhr - "De Troubadour", one of the four winning Songs of the Eurovision Song Contest 1969 for the Netherlands

Lenny Kuhr - "De Troubadour", one of the four winning Songs of the Eurovision Song Contest 1969 for the Netherlands

Lulu - "Boom-Bang-A-Bang", one of the winning songs of the Eurovision Song Contest 1969 for the United Kingdom

Lulu - "Boom-Bang-A-Bang", one of the winning songs of the Eurovision Song Contest 1969 for the United Kingdom

Lulu - "Boom-Bang-A-Bang", one of the winning songs of the Eurovision Song Contest 1969 for the United Kingdom

Lulu - "Boom-Bang-A-Bang", one of the winning songs of the Eurovision Song Contest 1969 for the United Kingdom

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