Ciao, amore

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Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia "Ciao, amore"
Eurovision Song Contest 1984 entry
Country Yugoslavia
Artist(s) Vlado Kalember,
Izolda Barudžija
As Vlado & Isolda
Language Serbo-Croatian
Composer(s) Slobodan Bućevac
Lyricist(s) Milan Perić
Conductor Mato Došen
Finals performance
Final result 18th
Final points 26
Appearance chronology
◄ "Džuli" (1983)   
"Željo moja" (1986) ►

Ciao, amore (Italian for "Goodbye, my love" or "Hello, my love"), listed as simply Ciao amore in the official Eurovision website, was the Yugoslav entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1984, performed in Serbo-Croatian by Yugoslav duo Vlado & Isolda and written by Montenegrin songwriters Slobodan Bučevac and Milan Perić. At the close of voting, it received 26 points, placing 18th in a field of 19.

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