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She first became well known by winning the national choice for Eurovision Song Contest 1970, the Yugoslavian selection for the Eurovision Song Contest. That year, she performed the song "Pridi, dala ti bom cvet" → Come, I'll Give You a Flower at the Eurovision Song Contest 1970 in Amsterdam, taking 11th place. The single version sold well in Yugoslavia, as did her follow-up song, "Ljubi ljubi, ljubi" → (My dear loves, loves).
In 1974, she competed in the Yugoslavian selection again, this time singing the song "Lepa ljubezen," placing ninth out of twelve entries. Since the mid-1970s, Sršen mainly left the music industry although she still sings in Slovenia from time to time.
- Pesma Evrovizije 1970 - The Booklet of ex-Yugoslav National Song Finals at the Wayback Machine (archived October 26, 2009)
- "Yugoslavia in the Eurovision Song Contest 1970". EBU. Retrieved 2008-10-06.
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