2020 · Arts

10 of my Favourite Eurovision Songs

If you know me personally, then you’ll understand that Eurovision is such an important part of my life. I always look forward to every May and listening to all of the entries from each country. I have myself a mini Eurovision party and watch along happily, eager to see who wins. Because I adore Eurovision so much, I thought I would do a little playlist post and share 10 of my favourite songs.

This is going to be a shorter post but I hope you enjoy it nonetheless! Let’s get to it

1) Abba – Waterloo

2) Emmelie De Forest – Only Teardrops

3) Conchita Wurst – Rise Like a Phoenix

4) Alexander Rybak – Fairytale

5) Marija Serifovic – Molitva

6) Verka Serdunchka – Dancing Lasha Tumbai

7) Keiino – Spirit in the Sky

8) Lena – Satellite

9) Pollaponk – No Prejudice

10) On Fire – The ROOP

Do you see any of your favourites there? What are your favourites? Let’s chat in the comments and I shall see you next time!

Love Beth

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6 thoughts on “10 of my Favourite Eurovision Songs

  1. I’m trying my hardest to remember where it was from (without looking it up) but I remember watching it one year and there was a song called something like “Wolves of the Sea”. Think it was somewhere like Latvia or something – very catchy though!

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  2. Oh I just LOVE eurovision and it’s always so fun to discover other people who like it too! I actually went to the contest in 2017 which was such a fun experience. I love all of these songs too but if I had to pick a favourite it would probably be grande amore (Italy 2015) as it just holds special memories for me but I love so many songs its hard to choose

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