Yugoslavia in the Eurovision Song Contest 1965

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Eurovision Song Contest 1965
Country  Yugoslavia
National selection
Selection process Eurovizija 1965
Selection date(s) 6 February 1965
Selected entrant Vice Vukov
Selected song "Čežnja"
Finals performance
Final result 12th, 2 points
Yugoslavia in the Eurovision Song Contest
◄1964 1965 1966►

Yugoslavia was present at the Eurovision Song Contest 1965, held in Naples, Italy.

National final[edit]

The Yugoslavian national final to select their entry, was held on 6 February at the Radnički Dom in Zagreb and hosted by Željka Marković.

The winning song was chosen by the votes of 5 regional juries. The winning entry was "Čežnja" performed by Croatian singer Vice Vukov, composed by Julijo Marić and written by Žarko Roje. Vice Vukov had already won the National final two years earlier and had represented Yusoslavia on the 1963 Eurovision Song Contest.

Draw Artist Song Votes Place
1 Vice Vukov Čežnja 16 1
2 Marjana Deržaj Skrat pri klavirju
3 Đorđe Marjanović Proletno vetre
4 Mara Popović & Trio Ivanović Osjećam se sam
5 Vice Vukov Putuji dani i reke
6 Gabi Novak Prvi snijeg 9 2
7 Marjana Deržaj To je moj zlati sin
8 Đorđe Marjanović Stari kraj
9 Lado Leskovar Sonata
10 Lado Leskovar Vetar s planine
11 Vice Vukov Leni
12 Vice Vukov O, drugar moj
13 Marjana Deržaj Vzemi moj nasmeh
14 Krsta Petrović U moru bih spavao

At Eurovision[edit]

Vice Vukov performed 17th on the night of the Contest following Finland and preceding Switzerland. At the close of the voting the song had received 2 points, coming 12th in the field of 18 competing countries.

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