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|"Tha 'Ne Erotas"|
|Eurovision Song Contest 1999 entry|
|◄ "Yenesis" (1998)|
|"Nomiza" (2000) ►|
The song was performed fourteenth on the night (following Iceland's Selma with "All Out Of Luck" and preceding Sweden's Charlotte Nilsson with "Take Me to Your Heaven"). Despite being a favourite to win it only received 2 points (all from UK), placing 22nd in a field of 23, beating only Spain.
The song is a ballad, with Marlain singing about how to ensure that one's lover returns the feelings. It was one of the four which were omitted from the Eurovision 1999 compilation album as permission to include it had not been obtained.
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