Germany in the Eurovision Song Contest 1984

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Eurovision Song Contest 1984
Country  Germany
National selection
Selection process Ein Lied für Luxemburg
Selection date(s) 29 March 1984
Selected entrant Mary Roos
Selected song "Aufrecht geh'n"
Finals performance
Final result 13th=, 34 points
Germany in the Eurovision Song Contest
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Germany was represented by Mary Roos, with the song "Aufrecht geh'n", at the 1984 Eurovision Song Contest, which took place on 5 May in Luxembourg City. "Aufrecht geh'n" was the winner of the German national final, held on 29 March. Roos had previously represented Germany in the 1972 contest in Edinburgh, where she had finished third.

Final[edit]

The final was held at at the Deutsches Theater in Munich, hosted by Sabine Sauer. 12 songs took part and the winner was chosen by a panel of approximately 500 people who had been selected as providing a representative cross-section of the German public.[1]

Draw Artist Song Translation Votes Place
1 Cosi & Relax "O, i woaß net" Oh, I don't know 2949 9
2 Jürgen Renfordt "Als die Erde war geboren" When Earth was born 3035 8
3 Harmony Four "Tingel Tangel Mann" Tingel-Tangel man 3852 3
4 Madeleine "Halt mich fest" Hold me tight 2674 11
5 Helmut Frey "Hier ist einer zuviel" There is one too many 3072 7
6 Giorgia Lauda "Jeder muß sein Leben leben" Everyone must live their life 3350 6
7 Frank Daniel "Wo warst Du, als ich starb" Where were you when I died 2699 10
8 Mary Roos "Aufrecht geh'n" Standing tall 4124 1
9 Pas de Bas "Primaballerina" Primaballerina 2599 12
10 Monitor "Mensch aus Glas" Person made of glass 3754 4
11 Anne Karin "Niemand" Nobody 3669 5
12 Bernhard Brink "Liebe ist" Love is 4003 2

At Eurovision[edit]

On the night of the final Roos performed 14th in the running order, following Austria and preceding Turkey. At the close of voting "Aufrecht geh'n" had received 34 points (the highest a 7 from Norway), placing Germany joint 13th (with the Netherlands) of the 19 entries. This ended a run of five consecutive top 5 placings for Germany between 1979 and 1983, and was seen as very disappointing since "Aufrecht geh'n" had been considered one of the stronger entries in what is generally regarded as one of Eurovision's more undistinguished contests. The German jury awarded its 12 points to contest winners Sweden.[2]

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