Clown (Afroditi Frida song)
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|Eurovision Song Contest 1988 entry|
|◄ "Stop" (1987)|
|"To Diko Sou Asteri" (1989) ►|
The song was performed fourteenth on the night, following Denmark's Kirsten & Søren with "Ka' du se hva' jeg sa'?" and preceding Norway's Karoline Krüger with "For vår jord". At the close of voting, it had received 10 points, placing 17th in a field of 21.
The song is sung from the perspective of a clown, with Frida expressing her joy at amusing others. She sings, however, that "I have a heart" and makes mention of the fact that she is required to be positive in her job even when she does not feel that way.
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