Brazil (Bebi Dol song)

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Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia "Brazil"
Baby doll-brazil s.jpg
Eurovision Song Contest 1991 entry
Country Yugoslavia
Artist(s) Dragana Šarić
As Bebi Dol
Language Serbo-Croatian-Bosnian
Composer(s) Zoran Vracević
Lyricist(s) Dragana Šarić
Conductor Slobodan Marković
Finals performance
Final result 21st
Final points 1
Appearance chronology
◄ "Hajde da ludujemo" (1990)   
"Ljubim te pesmama" (1992) ►

"Brazil" (Serbian Cyrillic: Бразил) was a song of the Eurovision Song Contest 1991, performed in Serbo-Croatian by Bebi Dol, representing Yugoslavia.

In 1991, Bebi Dol finally won the National Eurovision Contest, and went on to represent SFR Yugoslavia in Rome, with her song "Brazil". Bebi Dol only took one point for the evening, finishing second-last.

Despite the low ranking at Eurovision, the song became a huge hit in Yugoslavia, and the copyright was sold to Italy, Greece and the Benelux countries.

The song was succeeded as Yugoslav entry at the 1992 contest by Extra Nena with "Ljubim te pesmama".