He also composed "Still Believe" performed by Jocke Bergström in the MF 2004 and "Looking for love" for the Norwegian Grand Prix 2001 sung by Rasmus Högset. Also "You" sung by Pandora for the Swedish festival 2003. Discography: Trumslagarens Pojke (2016) Fri (2016) Min Jul (2013) En Ny Bild Av Mig (2010) Minnen (2009) X My Heart (2003) Hela vägen fram (2002) Fram till nu (2001) Roll tide Roll (1997) (Johansen, Egil Johansen and Brazz Brothers) Johansen 2 (1996) Johansen (1995) Singles Dom kan säga (by Chris Meyer) (2017) Treasure (2017) (with Anne Johansen) Lottas Sång (2017) (with Stefan Nilsson) As Light As A Feather (2016) (recorded 1992) Sister to a Brother (2016) (recorded 1992) Trumslagarens Pojke (2015) Det Är Du (2015) You Can Change The World (2015) Ghost Inside (2014) Sista Söndagen i Advent (2011) Cyanid (2010) Till Dig (2010) Let your spirit fly (2003) Sista Andetaget (2002) Ingenmansland (2001) Se på mig (1995) Eurovision Song Contest 1995 - Dublin Entry for Sweden Performer: Jan Johansen Song title: Se På Mej Song writer(s): Ingela Pling Forsman Song composer(s): Håkan Almqvist/Bobby Ljunggren Sang in Position: 18 Final Position: 3 Total Points: 100 For the third consecutive time, Ireland was the host of the 40th Eurovision Song Contest. The contest was again held in the Point Theatre in Dublin - it was the first time ever that the Eurovision Song Contest took place in the same city for two years in a row. In 1994, the European Broadcasting Union decreased the number of participants to 23 to make sure that the song contest would not last longer than three hours.
All of the five relegated countries from the preceding year - Turkey, Slovenia, Israel, Denmark and Belgium - returned to the contest. In contrast, the bottom seven countries of the1994 Eurovision Song Contest were relegated: Lithuania, Estonia, the Netherlands, Finland, Romania, Slovakia and Switzerland. As it was the 40th edition of the Eurovision Song Contest this year, the programme started with a three-minute compilation of previous contests. Bookmakers thought that the Swedish entrant Jan Johansen's song Se På Mig was favourite to win the entire contest, but instead neighbouring country Norway took first place with the song Nocturne performed by the group Secret Garden. The lyrics of the winning song only consisted of 24 words and despite the fact that Ireland did not win for the fourth time in a row, the Norwegian group's violinist was in fact Irish.
Ireland itself and it's entry Dreamin' by Eddie Friel ended up at a disappointing 14th place. 1995 was the year of the Scandinavian countries at Eurovision: Norway won, Sweden came third and Denmark came fifth. Germany had its worst placing ever, only the Maltese jury awarded one single point to Stone & Stone's Verliebt In Dich. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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