"Det gör ont" - Lena Philipsson
"It hurts for a while at night, but not at all during the day"
The Swedish Final was held at the Globe Theatre in Stockholm on March 20th, hosted by Charlotte Perrelli (winner of the 1999 ESC), Ola Lindholm and Peter Settman. Before the final there were 5 semi-finals - click here for details: SWEDISH SEMI-FINALS 2004 The winner was chosen by regional juries (50%) and televoting (50%) - Lena Philipsson was the favourite with both.
|1||Min kärlek||My love||Shirley Clamp||
|2||Här stannar jag kvar||I'm staying here||Sandra Dahlberg||
|4||C'est la vie||That's life||Hanson, Carson & Malmkvist||
|6||Det gör ont||It hurts||Lena Philipsson||
|7||Vindarna vänder oss||The winds turn us||Fame||
|8||La dolce vita||The good life||After Dark||
|9||Som stormen||Like the storm||Sara Löfgren||
|10||Tango! Tango!||Tango! Tango!||Petra Nielsen||
Shirley Clamp was a backing singer for Greece in the 2001 ESC.
(Siw) Malmkvist represented Sweden in 1960 and Germany in 1969.
Lena Philipsson previously came 2nd in the 1986 Swedish Final, 5th in 1987 and 2nd in 1988. At the Eurovision she performed her song in English as "It hurts" and came equal 5th.
Fame represented Sweden in the 2003 ESC.
2004 NATIONAL FINALS