"Tom tom tom" - Marion Rung
"Tom tom tom tom tom tom, now I hear the music"
The Finnish Final was held on February 3rd at the Finlandia-Talo in Helsinki, hosted by Apeli Halinen. The winner was chosen by an "expert" jury.
|1||One, two, three||One, two, three||Paradise||65||
|2||Onnen maa||Land of luck||Jukka Kuoppamäki & Castanja||51||
|3||Ampukaa pianisti||Shoot the pianist||Maarit||51||
|4||Song for a dove||Song for a dove||Irina Milan||53||
|5||Noustaan perhosilla lentämään||Let's fly with butterflies||Cumulus||48||
|6||Galileo Galilei||Galileo Galilei||Danny||52||
|7||Odotan||I wait||Aarno Raninen||39||11th=|
|8||Tom tom tom||Tom tom tom||Marion Rung||69||
|9||Riviera||Riviera||Sammy Babitzin & Koivistolaiset||47||
|11||Life is a jigsaw||Life is a jigsaw||Maarit||58||
|12||Hän on mennyt vuorten taa||She has gone over the mountains||Lasse Mårtenson & Cay Karlsson||49||
Marion Rung previously represented Finland in ESC 1962. She also came 7th and 8th in the 1967 Finnish Final & 6th in 1969. At the ESC she was 6th. Koivistolaiset represented Finland in ESC 1971 along with Markku Aro, while Lasse Mårtenson represented Finland in ESC 1964.
BELGIAN NATIONAL FINAL 1973
1973 NATIONAL FINALS