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Zauvijek moja

"Zauvijek moja"
Eurovision Song Contest 2005 entry
Country
Artist(s)
Marko Prentić,
Danijel Alibabić,
Dragoljub Purlija,
Marko Perić,
Branko Nedović,
Bojan Jovović
As
Language
Composer(s)
Slaven Knezović
Lyricist(s)
Milan Perić
Finals performance
Final result
7th
Final points
137
Appearance chronology
◄ "Lane moje" (2004)   
"Moja ljubavi" (2006) ►

"Zauvijek moja" (Заувијек моја, English translation: Forever mine) is a pop song by Montenegrin band No Name which won the festivals Montevizija 2005 and Evropesma and so was selected to represent Serbia and Montenegro at the 2005 Eurovision Song Contest in Kiev. No Name went directly to the finals, due to Serbia and Montenegro's second place the previous year with "Lane moje". At the contest on 21 May, it received 137 points, placing 7th in a field of 24 countries, therefore making the next year's participants go directly to the finals. After Serbia and Montenegro withdrew from the 2006 contest, the spot in the final was given to Croatia.

External links

  • Live performance in Kiev
  • Official video for "Zauvijek Moja"
  • Live performance at Evropesma


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