Do Re Mi (Jahn Teigen song)
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|"Do Re Mi"|
|Eurovision Song Contest 1983 entry|
Jahn Teigen, Herodes Falsk
|◄ "Adieu" (1982)|
|"Lenge leve livet" (1984) ►|
The song is based around the simple joy of making music, with Teigen singing about the sound of the scale itself. He urges his listeners to combine their voices as one and sing the familiar octave together. One of the chorus girls supposed to be Wencke Myhre, who resigned in order to participate in the German preselection of 1983 instead. She was replaced by Anita Skorgan.
The song was performed second on the night, following France's Guy Bonnet with "Vivre" and preceding the United Kingdom's Sweet Dreams with "I'm Never Giving Up". At the close of voting, it had received 53 points, placing 9th in a field of 20.
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