Horis Skopo

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Greece "Horis Skopo"
Eurovision Song Contest 1990 entry
Country Greece
Artist(s) Christos Callow
With Wave
Language Greek
Composer(s) Yiorgos Palaiokastritis
Lyricist(s) Yiorgos Papayiannakis
Conductor Michalis Rozakis
Finals performance
Final result 19th
Final points 11
Appearance chronology
◄ "To Diko Sou Asteri" (1989)   
"I Anixi" (1991) ►

"Horis Skopo" (Greek script: Χωρίς σκοπό, English translation: "Without A Purpose") was the Greek entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1990, performed in Greek by Christos Callow & Wave.

The song was performed second on the night, following Spain's Azúcar Moreno with "Bandido" and preceding Belgium's Philippe Lafontaine with "Macédomienne". At the close of voting, it had received 11 points, placing 19th in a field of 22.

The song is a ballad, with Callow singing about his desire to be with his lover. He sings that she tells him that she loves him and then "you go away without a purpose", which causes him considerable heartache.

It was succeeded as Greek representative at the 1991 Contest by Sophia Vossou with I Anixi.