Album: Single Release Only (1957)
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  • British actress and singer Patricia Bredin became the very first United Kingdom representative in the Eurovision Song Contest when she took part in the 1957 competition. She finished in seventh place out of ten entries with this song.
  • This was the first ever song sung in English at the Eurovision contest, which was first held the previous year.
  • The shortest song to have been performed in Eurovision history, it lasted a whole one minute and 52 seconds. The contest's rules state that songs cannot be longer than three minutes but there's nothing stated about a minimum length.
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