Goodbye (Alma Čardžić song)
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|Eurovision Song Contest 1997 entry|
|◄ "Za našu ljubav" (1996)|
|"Putnici" (1999) ►|
The uptempo song's lyrics are a plea from the singer to her lover not to end their relationship. She suggests a series of things which he could do, just as long as he doesn't "say the two words, which mean it's over" (the two words being "Goodbye, darling" - "Zbogom ljubavi" in Bosnian).
Due to the expansion of the Contest, the 1998 Contest was only open to countries with high average placings - and Bosnia and Herzegovina's entry did not achieve such. Thus, the song was replaced as Bosnian and Herzegovinian representative in the 1999 Contest by Dino and Béatrice with "Putnici".
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