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|Eurovision Song Contest 1976 entry|
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"Djambo, Djambo" is a song by Peter, Sue and Marc that represented Switzerland in the Eurovision Song Contest 1976, composed by Peter Reber. It is one of only seven Swiss entries in the contest to be sung in English. Peter, Sue & Marc represented Switzerland at the Contest on four separate occasions, each time singing in a different language; in 1971 with "Les illusions de nos vingt ans" in French, in 1976 with "Djambo, Djambo" in English, in 1979 with "Trödler und Co" in German and finally in 1981 with "Io senza te" in Italian, a record in Eurovision history.
"Djambo, Djambo" was performed second on the night of the contest, following the United Kingdom's Brotherhood of Man with "Save Your Kisses for Me" and preceding Germany's Les Humphries Singers with "Sing Sang Song". it received 91 points, placing 4th in a field of 18.
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