Það sem enginn sér

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Iceland "Það sem enginn sér"
Eurovision Song Contest 1989 entry
Daníel Ágúst
Valgeir Guðjónsson
Valgeir Guðjónsson
Finals performance
Final result
Final points
Appearance chronology
◄ "Þú og þeir (Sókrates)" (1988)   
"Eitt lag enn" (1990) ►

"Það sem enginn sér" (English translation: "What No One Sees") was the Icelandic entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1989, performed in Icelandic by Daníel Ágúst Haraldsson.

The song is a ballad, in which the singer asks the moon to light his path, musing that "Though the road seems clear there are things the eye can't see".

It was performed twentieth on the night (following Greece's Mariana with "To Dhiko Su Asteri" and preceding Germany's Nino de Angelo with "Flieger"). At the close of voting, it had received the dreaded nul points, placing 22nd (last) in a field of 22. This was probably because the song was sung in a very lacklustre style, perhaps so Daníel Ágúst could express his disdain at being awarded a cactus for winning the Icelandic national final.

It was succeeded as Icelandic representative at the 1990 Contest by Stjórnin with "Eitt lag enn".

It is known in Iceland as "Það sem enginn heyrði" (English translation: "What No One Heard") due to receiving no points in the contest.