Pat McGeegan & Big 4 - Peace In Ireland download album
- Album: Peace In Ireland
- FLAC: 1306 mb | MP3: 1179 mb
- Released: 1981
- Rating: 4.7/5
- Votes: 106
- Format: AUD AIFF MP2 MMF VQF ASF MPC
Four of the performers had represented Ireland in the Eurovision Song Contest in the previous four years. Butch Moore was Ireland's first representative in 1965, where he sang "I'm Walking the Streets in the Rain" and finished 6th in Naples. Dickie Rock represented Ireland in 1966 where he sang "Come Back to Stay" and finished 4th in Luxembourg. Sean Dunphy flew the Irish flag in Vienna in 1967 singing "If I Could Choose", which was the runner-up to the UK's Sandie Shaw
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Four of the performers had represented Ireland in the Eurovision Song Contest in the previous four years. Sean Dunphy flew the Irish flag in Vienna in 1967 singing "If I Could Choose", which was the runner-up to the UK's Sandie Shaw
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Chance Of A Lifetime" by Pat McGeegan from Ireland at Eurovision Song Contest 1968. Ireland finished 4th at Eurovision 1968 with 18 points. Chance Of A Lifetime. Eurovision Song Contest 1968 London.
4 - Ireland 1968 - Pat McGeegan - Chance of a Lifetime текст песни. 4 - Ireland 1968 - Pat McGeegan. One day, while I was out walking I saw your face in the midst of a crowd Here, I thought, is the chance of a lifetime I thought you'd stepped from a cloud. All I want is the chance of a lifetime The chance of a lifetime with you Другие тексты песен "4 - Ireland 1968 - Pat McGeegan".
Ireland has participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 53 times since making its debut at the 1965 Contest in Naples, missing only two contests since then. Seán Dunphy finished second at the 1967 contest, behind Sandie Shaw, and Pat McGeegan finished fourth in 1968, before Dana gave Ireland its first victory in 1970, performing " All Kinds of Everything ". The country's next best result of the 1970s was in 1977, when The Swarbriggs plus two finished third. a b According to the then-Eurovision rules, the top ten non-Big Four countries from the previous year along with the Big Four automatically qualified for the Grand Final without having to compete in semi-finals. For example, if Germany and France placed inside the top ten, the 11th and 12th spots were advanced to next year's Grand Final along with all countries ranked in the top ten.
The song is a ballad, with McGeegan reminiscing about the first time he saw his lover. He tells her that he thought her appearance in his life was "the chance of a lifetime", and goes on to explain that he does not want to lose such a chance.
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