I Agapi Akoma Zi

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Cyprus "I Agapi Akoma Zi"
Eurovision Song Contest 1983 entry
Country Cyprus
Artist(s) Stavros Sideras, Constantina Konstantinou
As Stavros and Dina
Language Greek
Composer(s) Stavros Sideras
Lyricist(s) Stavros Sideras
Conductor Michalis Rozakis
Finals performance
Final result 16th
Final points 26
Appearance chronology
◄ "Mono I Agapi" (1982)   
"Anna Maria Lena" (1984) ►

I Agapi Akoma Zi (Greek script: Η αγάπη ακόμα ζει, English translation: "Love Is Still Alive"), was the Cypriot entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1983, performed in Greek by Stavros & Dina.

It was the thirteenth song performed on the night (following Yugoslavia's Danijel with "Džuli" and preceding Germany's Hoffmann & Hoffmann with "Rücksicht"). At the close of voting, it received 26 points, placing 16th out of 20.

The song is a folk-inspired plea for unity and peace, with the duo singing that, "love is still alive, albeit without a sunny day" and expressing their wish to have everyone singing in harmony.

It was succeeded as Cypriot representative at the Eurovision Song Contest 1984 by Andy Paul with "Anna Maria Lena".