Melodifestivalen 1972


Melodifestivalen 1972
Melodifestivalen 1972
Date: 12 February 1972
Presenter: Gunilla Marcus
Venue: Cirkus, Stockholm
Voting: Regional juries
Winner: Härliga sommardag performed by Family Four
Winner's result at Eurovision: Thirteenth place

Melodifestivalen 1972 was the selection for the 13th song to represent Sweden at the Eurovision Song Contest. It was the 12th time that this system of picking a song had been used. Approximately 1000 songs were submitted to Sveriges Radio for the competition. The final was broadcast on TV1 but was not broadcast on radio.

Results

Place Artist Song Songwriters Points
1st Family Four Härliga sommardag Håkan Almquist 24
2nd Östen Warnebring Sån e du - Sån e jag Peter Himmelstrand 17
3rd Lena Andersson Säg det med en sång Benny Andersson, Björn Ulvaeus, Stig Anderson 12
4th Kjerstin Dellert Kärlek behöver inga ord Curt Peterson, Marcus Österdahl, Patrice Hellberg 10
5th Kisa Magnusson Kär och sisådär Peter Himmelstrand 9
6th Cornelis Vreeswijk Önskar du mej, så önskar jag dej Cornelis Vreeswijk 8
6th Monica Zetterlund Krama mig och dansa Tommy Körberg, Lars Nordlander 8
8th Tomas Ledin Då ska jag spela Tomas Ledin 6
9th Björn Skifs Andra kan väl också se Anders Henriksson, Claes Dieden, Bo Carlgren 4
10th Sylvia Vrethammar Din egen melodi Peter Himmelstrand 1

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