Sevgiliye Son

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Turkey "Sevgiliye son"
Eurovision Song Contest 2001 entry
Country Turkey
Artist(s) Sedat Yüce
Languages Turkish, English
Composer(s) Semih Güneri
Lyricist(s) Nurdan Güneri,
Figen Çakmak
Finals performance
Final result 11th
Final points 41
Appearance chronology
◄ "Yorgunum anla" (2000)   
"Leylaklar Soldu Kalbinde" (2002) ►

"Sevgiliye Son" (English: The End of Love) was the Turkish entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2001. It was performed by Sedat Yüce. Sedat wore a white suit, and was accompanied by a violinist and a pianist, also dressed in white. The pianist was seated at a white piano.

The song performed 15th on the night, following France's Natasha St-Pier with "Je n'ai que mon âme" and preceding the United Kingdom's Lindsay Dracass with "No Dream Impossible". At the close of voting, it had received 41 points, placing 11th in a field of 23.

It was succeeded as Turkish representative at the 2002 contest by Buket Bengisu & Group Safir with "Leylaklar Soldu Kalbinde".


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Preceded by
Yorgunum Anla
Turkish entry for the Eurovision Song Contest
Succeeded by
Leylaklar Soldu Kalbinde