Nije ljubav stvar

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Serbia "Nije ljubav stvar"
Eurovision Song Contest 2012 entry
Marina Tucaković, Miloš Roganović
Appearance chronology
◄ "Čaroban" (2011)   
"Ljubav je svuda" (2013) ►

Nije ljubav stvar (Serbian Cyrillic: Није љубав ствар, lit: Love is not an Object) is a song by Serbian singer Željko Joksimović and yet another one of his well-known Balkan ballads. It was the Serbian entry at the Eurovision Song Contest 2012 in Baku, and finished in third place.[1]

The lyrics were written by Marina Tucaković and Miloš Roganović, while the song was composed by Joksimović.[2] The song was Joksimović's second time performing at the Eurovision Song Contest; the first time, in 2004, he placed second overall for Serbia and Montenegro with the song Lane Moje. It was also his third finish in the top three as a composer, having composed both Lane Moje and Hari Mata Hari's song Lejla, which placed third in 2006.


Chart (2012) Peak
Netherlands (Single Top 100)[3] 88[4]