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|Eurovision Song Contest 1981 entry|
Areti Kassapi Haralabidou,
|"Mono I Agapi" (1982) ►|
The song was performed eighteenth on the night, following Greece's Yiannis Dimitras with "Fegari Kalokerino" and preceding Switzerland's Peter, Sue & Marc with "Io senza te". At the close of voting, it had received 69 points, placing it sixth in a field of 20.
The song is a love ballad directed toward the titular Monica (generally transliterated Monika). The chorus also features the repetition of the word "Moni", which is Greek for "alone" (female), as well as being part of the girl's name.
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