Kým nás máš

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"Kým nás máš"
Single by Marcel Palonder
Released 1996
Format digital download, Cd single
Recorded 1996
Length 4:18 (Album Version)
3:07 (Eurovision Version)
Marcel Palonder singles chronology
"Kým nás máš"
(1996)
"Laska"
(1998)

"Kým nás máš" (While you have us) was the Slovak entry to the Eurovision Song Contest 1996, sung by Marcel Palonder in the Slovak language.

The song was performed twenty-second on the night, following Bosnia & Herzegovina's Amila Glamočak with "Za našu ljubav" and preceding Sweden's One More Time with "Den vilda". At the close of voting, it had received 19 points, placing eighteenth in a field of twenty three.

It was succeeded as Slovak representative at the 1998 contest by Katarína Hasprová with "Modlitba".